Research Centres and Institutes
The majority of the research at St Andrews takes place within the academic schools. However, large projects can form as research centres or institutes. When a grouping is concerned only with research collaboration, it is described as a Centre. When the grouping also provides undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, it is described as an Institute.
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(2017-10-16) - Journal articleThe scope and limitations of a photoinitiated N- to C-sulfonyl migration process within a range of dihydropyridinones is assessed. This sulfonyl transfer proceeds without erosion of either diastereo- or enantiocontrol, and ...
(2017-09-27) - Journal articleA range of non-human animals frequently manipulate and explore objects in their environment, which may enable them to learn about physical properties and potentially form more abstract concepts of properties such as weight ...
(University of St Andrews, 2017-06-21) - ThesisHuman population growth is predicted to continue well into the 21st century, and beyond. The provision of selectively bred organisms will be an essential part of global food security. While the selective breeding of ...
Limited adoption of biomass energy crops : the role of farmers' socio-cultural identity in influencing practice (2016-06) - Journal articleUK energy policy promotes biomass energy crops as potentially significant contributors to renewable energy targets, but few farmers have planted these crops. Amongst the many possible explanations for this disconnect between ...
(2017-09-21) - Journal articleWe consider certain properties of the semigroup S defined by the Presentation S = 〈a,b : a2ⁿ⁻¹ = 1,b2 = a2ⁿ⁻², ba = ab2ⁿ⁻¹-1〉, (n ≥ 3).