Developed by researchers at the University, Distance is arguably one of the world’s best tools for monitoring biodiversity.
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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 here and on the Research and Innovation Services Research impact: help and resources webpages. The latter also offers tips, advice, funding opportunities, and useful links from the Research Impact Team to help you engage with research impact.