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Potential guard against any strain of flu virus

Potential guard against any strain of flu virus

A novel treatment that could protect against any strain of the flu has been developed by researchers in the Biomedical Sciences Research Complex.

Computer science innovation

Computer science innovation

School of Computer Science research includes FatFonts, a novel way to represent data without losing sight of numeric values, and Transmogrification, enabling alternative information geometries.

500-year-old stories brought to digital life

500-year-old stories brought to digital life

School of English research has resulted in an app of animated tales of Heaney's translations of Henryson's Aesop's Fables, Seamus Heaney’s Five Fables, by Touch Press.

Success of violence reduction programme

Success of violence reduction programme

Research in the School of Medicine has had enduring impact on health and wellbeing through a gang member rehabilitation and violence reduction programme in Glasgow (photo: Scottish Violence Reduction Unit).

Centre for Archaeology Technology and Cultural Heritage

Centre for Archaeology Technology and Cultural Heritage

A reconstruction of the St Kilda world heritage site forms part of an exhibition in Taigh Chearsabagh Museum, North Uist.

Potential aid to improved understanding of brain-related illnesses

Potential aid to improved understanding of brain-related illnesses

Developed by researchers in the School of Physics and Astronomy, ‘Light sheet imaging’, with new curving light beams may provide improved visualisation of the cellular world (image: Tom Vettenburg).

Research

The University of St Andrews is one of the leading research-intensive universities in the world.

The Research@StAndrews portal showcases the excellent research at University of St Andrews

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