Dr Enis Cezayirli and Dr Iris Cezayirli visited the Young Archaeological Club to help identify human remains which were excavated by the children of the Young Archaeological Club at Dunfermline Abbey.
Dr Silvia Paracchini recently discussed her research at the Café Scientifique group in Pitlochry.
Gavin Robertson recently attended the British Heart Foundation Scotland’s Annual Reception held in the Scottish Parliament Building.
New medical advances could revolutionise the ability to treat undetected tuberculosis (TB) thanks to an international team of scientists led by the University of St Andrews.
Filippo Abbondanza, 1st year PhD student has been selected for the ‘Leader of Tomorrow’ programme at the GapSummit 2019.
On Wednesday the 30th of January, Dr Panna Muqit, Henry Rae and ScotGEM student Philip McKee delivered CPR and AED training to a Year 3 junior class at St Leonards School as part of their class project on creating safe environments.
The Metal Ions in Medicine team recently attended the 2019 Zinc-net meeting in Cambridge, UK.
Scotland’s obesity epidemic could be damaging the eyesight of young adults, according to new research by NHS Fife and the University of St Andrews.
Pupils from Fife High Schools recently visited St Andrews as part of the First Chances Project.
Scotland is to have its own £15.8m artificial intelligence health research centre, which promises to enable better patient diagnosis, treatment and outcomes.