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Prestigious award for St Andrews scientist

Professor Wilson Sibbett in the limelight for work on lasers.

20 May 2011Awards

Laureation address – Johann Rupert

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws

13 July 2010Awards

Scientist awarded Royal Medal

Distinguished St Andrews' physicist honoured by Royal Society of Edinburgh

12 August 2009Awards

Next generation of lasers

Scientists at the University of St Andrews are one step closer to creating a new generation of remotely-controllable lasers.

9 May 2007Research

Top European award for laser expert

PICTURE CAPTION: Professor Sibbett with an ultrafast-laser which is excited by simple red diode lasers.

3 July 2002Awards

Scotland’s first Chief Advisor on Science

Professor Wilson Sibbett, Wardlaw Professor of Physics at the University of St Andrews, has been appointed Scotland's first ever Chief Advisor on Science.

17 December 2001University news

National recognition for laser expert

A University of St Andrews physicist who is making groundbreaking developments in the world of laser technology has been awarded a prestigious medal by The Royal Society.

24 October 2000Awards

Laser device takes the limelight

A tiny measuring device developed by Scots researchers has taken the limelight on the world stage after winning an international award for commercial excellence. Timewarp, which was invented by Dr Derryck Reid and Professor Wilson Sibbett of the University of St Andrews, has won the Laser Focus Commercial Technology Award.

11 January 2000Research