Dr Silvia Paracchini recently discussed her research at the Café Scientifique group in Pitlochry.
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.
Pupils from Fife High Schools recently visited St Andrews as part of the First Chances Project.
Henry Rae won the University’s Public Engagement Individual Achievement Award on Friday the 26th of October. There was stiff competition from throughout the university including the School of Medicine. Ruth Bowness was also awarded a silver badge for her contributions to public engagement. The nominations for awards in this category were for a single individual from the University of St …
HRH The Princess Royal recently visited Edinburgh Zoo to help launch the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s vision for the future of conservation education.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci and Prof David Perrett were at the British Academy summer showcase demonstrating to the schoolchildren and general public about the impact of changing health behaviours on our faces.
A team from St Andrews combined Art and Science in a new and interactive way to engage with medical research.
Henry Rae, Dr Ourania Varsou along with Dr Filip Zmuda from the University of Dundee recently took part in the Fife Science Festival 2018.
Dr Silvia Paracchini has been successful in securing funding from the Royal Society for a project titled ‘Why are some people left handed?’.
Our British Heart Foundation funded students Gavin Robertson, Amy Dorward and Amelie Sobczak took part in the 2017 Dundee Science festival hosted by the BHF.
- Page 1 of 2