School of Physics & Astronomy

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About the School

The School of Physics & Astronomy is recognised as a world-leading research establisment. With a growing academic research base, covering a diverse range of subject areas, the School offers a unique academic environment.

Reflecting the continued sucess of our research groups, physics teaching at St Andrews has been officially graded as "Excellent" with inspectors commenting on our "Outstanding" teaching environment.

Physics & Astronomy News

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Photosynergy success in North Sea Market
Spinout company Photosynergy has its Lightpath technology recognised
Welcome to Poppy Nicholson
Poppy joins the School as our new Finance Assistant
Prof Dholakia wins OSA Wood Prize
This prize recognises his "pioneering research into optical micromanipulation using shaped light for interdisciplinary photonics-based applications"
Aurora displays
Members of the School capture the aurora on camera
Second year students build their own wave machine
Jelly babies and gaffer tape formed parts of a wave machine demonstrated in a second year waves lecture
Dr Hooley an "IOP Explainer"
Chris Hooley features in a new 100 second video from the Institute of Physics, explaining topological insulators
Max Planck Research School in Quantum Materials
The School is a founding member of the UK's first International Max Planck Research School in the natural sciences
Biodegradable light guides to aid healing
Prof Gather and team have published research that may enable a new paradigm of treatments using light
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Other sites of interest:

  The University's News Pages

  Physics News from Physics Today

09 July 2003