BBC dementia season

Prof Frank Gunn-Moore of the School of Biology is appearing on 'Brainwaves' on BBC Radio Scotland this week, as part of the BBC's current season about living with dementia.

June 15, 2016 | media


The nature of hummingbirds

Dr Sue Healy of the School of Biology, and fellow researcher Andy Hurly from the University of Lethbridge have been filming a documentary about animal cognition in the wild for the prestigious nature series The Nature of Things.

June 13, 2016 | ecology


I’m ready for my close up…

Skills training for budding filmmakers from the ranks of staff and postgraduate students.

March 8, 2016 | media


Making media and resources for public engagement

A new resource with information about people and departments who can help you to make all kinds of public engagement materials.

February 15, 2016 | media


‘Hopeless’ pairings – why do they do it?

Following Dr David Shuker’s talk to the Dutch Entomological Society in December, Dutch Biology paper ‘bionieuws’ published a piece about his analysis of ‘hopeless pairings’. That is to say, why do some animals form pairings between individuals of different types …

February 2, 2016 | ecology


Science for everyone – because it matters!

A new university-affiliated blog www.researchillustration.uk presents the work of early career researchers at the University of St Andrews through graphics, illustrations and art.

January 11, 2016 | media


Submarine Culture on the BBC

Dr Luke Rendell talks about studying animal culture in whales and dolphins on BBC's Start the Week.

April 20, 2015 | Festivals