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Key to survival for world’s most bizarre fish

What may be the last habitat of one of the world’s most bizarre fish has been highlighted by a researcher at the University of St Andrews.

10 April 2015Research

Ghosts in the genomes

Ghosts in the genomes

29 October 2014Research

Scientists discover noise pollution effects on shellfish

New study suggests man-made noise in the oceans may have significant damaging effects on shellfish populations

3 October 2013Research

Large numbers of salmon are killed by parasites, finds new study

Full impact of sea lice revealed for first time.

7 November 2012Research

There are ghosts in the genome

Evidence of “disappearing” genes sheds new light on evolution.

27 September 2012Research

Top government post for St Andrews scientist

A leading scientist at the University of St Andrews has been appointed to a key UK Government post.

24 April 2012Government

One third for the birds

New research shows how much food is needed by seabirds.

22 December 2011Research

The seal diet

Launch of year-long study of seal diet throughout Scotland.

23 March 2010Research

The worm that turned evolutionary key

Keelworm provides genetic link with man's ancient ancestor

20 November 2009Research