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Research at St Andrews often leads to changes or improvements in non-academic impact areas such as public debate and understanding, technology, culture, policy and laws, health and welfare, the economy, and the environment among others. Find out more about how some of our research has led to measurable impact.

In defence of the wolf

Wolves are returning to their former ranges across Europe and North America, resurrecting a centuries’ old war with humans. Yet wolves are losing this battle, because in our arsenal we possess not only guns, traps, and…

Virginia Woolf in Tehran

The novel, ‘Vanessa and Virginia’, by Susan Sellers, a Professor of English at the University of St Andrews, has been translated into Farsi by Zahra Amini, a graduate of the University of Tehran where she studied…

SUII Roadshow – 21 Feb 2019

The Scottish Universities Insight Institute (SUII) promotes collaboration and engagement between researchers and wider society, and facilitates knowledge exchange activity that wouldn’t otherwise take place. Hear about…

Arclight in Rwanda

The Global Health Team from the School of Medicine recently completed a national eye care training and distribution exercise in Rwanda utilizing the Arclight solar powered ophthalmoscope. The team, led by Dr Andrew…

NMR management

NOMAD (NMR Online Management and Datastore) Dr Tomas Lebl & Shyam Reyal School of Chemistry & School of Computer Science NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) spectroscopy is most frequently used by chemists and biochemists…