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An organised mess

How controlled disorder can improve the efficiency of solar cells

24 October 2013Research

Mirror, mirror

How deforming mirrors can revolutionise light storage.

7 May 2013Research

Green light from silicon

Researchers have made a surprise development in the material at the heart of the microelectronics industry.

15 April 2009Research

Tiny Technology

A switch just one-tenth the size of a human hair has been developed by Scottish scientists to boost communication technologies.

20 December 2007Research

Credit-card medical detection kits one step closer

Groundbreaking technology developed by St Andrews physicists.

16 October 2007Research

University’s leading-edge research rewarded

CAPTION: Top - Professor Thomas Krauss receiving his award from Prof Neil Hood, Deputy Chairman of Scottish Enterprise.

30 July 2003Awards

Awards for university’s ‘ground-breaking’ research

Two University of St Andrews scientists have been awarded funding by Scottish Enterprise for 'ground-breaking' research in the areas of renewable energy and optoelectronics.

28 February 2003Awards

Scientist appointed to Dundee science centre

A University of St Andrews scientist has been appointed a Director of one of Scotland's top science centres.

22 February 2002University news

University to shape telecommunications of tomorrow

The University of St Andrews' reputation as a global centre of excellence in laser systems has been cemented with the announcement of a £10.5 million grant, the largest award in the University's history.

4 April 2000Research