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All in the family

Researchers have shown that wild chimpanzees tend to look like their family members and some relationships are easier to detect. 

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Research Excellence

More than 88% of research carried out at St Andrews is world-leading or internationally excellent, according to the results of REF 2021.

New Year honours

Three leading researchers at St Andrews have been named in the New Year’s Honours list.

Not always back in black

Scientists at St Andrews have finally proved that a person’s complexion determines the colour of clothing that suits them.

Common eyesight myth demystified

New research from St Andrews finds that a common eye condition has little or no impact on an aspect of a person’s 3-Dimensional perception.

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Coronavirus and relationships

Avoid breaking point: coronavirus lockdown means developing a ‘new normal’ for relationships, according to Dr Kate Cross.

The truth about panic

Professor Stephen Reicher from the School of Psychology & Neuroscience writes about panic and human behaviour in a crisis.