Four chemistry students from the University of St Andrews have helped to discover a class of molecules that can help accelerate DNA repair which could help in the treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Our values as individual scientists and as a collective institution enshrine the benefits of equality, diversity, inclusivity and connectedness, and we strive to make sure that our School is for everyone
Last weekend (30th-31st May), Simon Vornholt, Daniel Rainer, and Aamod Desai (REM group) presented their work at the virtual CEMWOQ-6.5 conference based in Canada. More than 200 researchers participated.
A University of St Andrews-led project to create a safe, cheap, long-lasting battery which could revolutionise electric travel and renewable energy storage has been given £12m from a major funding body.