St Andrews Sustainablity Institute Research
The St Andrews Sustainability Institute (SASI) is a group of people at the University of St Andrews who are working towards a sustainable future for everyone. A key objective of SASI is to provide a focus for existing interdisciplinary research at the University and a spark-point for new collaborations across the whole breadth of sustainability. Members of SASI are drawn from more than a dozen academic schools and administrative units within the University.
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(2016-04-12) - Journal articleLeadership is an influence process that centers on group members being motivated to reach collective goals. As such, it is ultimately proved by followership. Yet this is something that classical and contemporary approaches ...
(2016-03-15) - Journal articleLittle work has been undertaken on the consistency/repeatabilityof reports of natural historical anomalies. Such information is usefulin understanding the reporting process associated with such accountsand distinguishing ...
Relationship between e-cigarette point of sale recall and e-cigarette use in secondary school children : a cross-sectional study (2016-04-14) - Journal articleBackground There has been a rapid increase in the retail availability of e-cigarettes in the UK and elsewhere. It is known that exposure to cigarette point-of-sale (POS) displays influences smoking behaviour and intentions ...
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(2014-03-20) - Journal articleJohn Lubbock's longest-standing scientific research interest was entomology. Some of his earliest systematic investigations of insect and marine life began under the tutelage of Darwin. Darwin shaped the trajectory of, and ...