University of St Andrews

University of St Andrews

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St Andrews is Scotland's first University and the third oldest in the UK. For almost six centuries, we have proudly upheld the tradition of academic excellence, attracting scholars of international repute and students from all over the world.
 
Today, we continue to offer the latest in teaching and research, all within a superbly picturesque mediaeval setting. Although St Andrews is not a campus University, it has grown and developed with the town and is now comfortably integrated.
 
Owing to the size of St Andrews, students feel they belong here and enjoy the benefits of studying at a highly residential University where academic and social lives intermingle.
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2020
30 Dec 2020

First Scottish Hydrogen-Powered Train by November

A consortium is set to deliver Scotland's first hydrogen powered train. A key objective of the project is to create opportunities for the Scottish rail supply chain through skills development and industrialisation of the technology.
2018
12 Oct 2018

3D Printing in the Medical and Dental Industry 2019 - 2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Nadia Tsao
24 Jul 2018

Dementia could be detected via routinely collected data

A new machine-learning model that scans routinely collected NHS data has shown promising signs of being able to predict undiagnosed dementia in primary care.
19 Jul 2018

Synthetic Biology 2018

IDTechEx Report: Dr Nadia Tsao
2017
29 Dec 2017

New collaboration developing a flexible, smart energy network

Researchers from Imperial College London are part of a new project, FUSION, to help customers save money and reduce the UK's carbon emissions.
6 Dec 2017

Breakthrough in clean diesel research

A breakthrough in catalysis research by academics at the Universities of St Andrews and Newcastle could lead to the development of clean diesel engine technology and help combat air pollution.
3 Nov 2017

3D Printing Software 2018-2028: Technology and Market Analysis

IDTechEx Report:
29 Jun 2017

Soap bubbles may help us understand immune cells and cancer

Scientists have developed an advanced new microscopy technique that could revolutionise our understanding of how immune and cancer cells find their way through the body.
19 Jan 2017

Solar-powered ophthalmoscope could save sight of millions of people

A revolutionary pocket-sized device which could help save the sight of millions of people around the world has been launched by a team led from the University of St Andrews.
2013
26 Dec 2013

New research could lead to less expensive solar panels

A new discovery, by researchers at the University of St Andrews on why plastic solar cells work so well, could lead to better solar panels that are less expensive and more efficient.
2009
3 Dec 2009

Cloaking and Perfect Imaging

University of St Andrews, UK, United Kingdom
18 Nov 2009

Printed electronics needs new design rules

The first cars looked like horse drawn carriages - suboptimal and using the design rules of the past. So it is with most printed electronics today. It is frequently burdened with old fashioned components like silicon chips, cylindrical capacitors, chip resistors and button batteries.
1 Jun 2009

Air-fuelled battery

Scientists have created a new battery fuelled by air - with the potential for 10 times the storage capacity of conventional cells. This step-change in capacity could pave the way for a new generation of electric cars, mobile phones and laptops.
2008
19 Dec 2008

Skin cancer treated by OLED

At the recent IDTechEx printed Electronics USA event there was an update on use of OLEDs in skin cancer treatment.
10 Dec 2008

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards - winners announced

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2008 event hosted the Printed Electronics Awards to recognize outstanding achievement.
3 Dec 2008

A New Light Source for Medicine

University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
2007
10 Oct 2007

Light-emitting Sticking Plaster in UK to Treat Common Skin Cancers

Researchers have developed and tested a wearable new light-emitting 'sticking plaster' that will revolutionise the treatment of skin cancer.