Greyfriars P1 (21st May, 2015) and P2 (4th June, 2015) came down to East Sands to explore the rock-pools and then take a closer look at a variety of marine beasties in the Gatty labs.
Seaside Beasties exhibit in the University of St Andrews Science Week festival. Saturday 7th March, 2015.
Undergraduate Zoology lectures open to the public, on October 20th and 22nd, 2014.
The Lawhead P2/3 children spent two mornings visiting East Sands and the SOI to learn about the animals at the seaside.
Children from Balmerino primary school spent a morning looking for animals in the East Sands rock pools followed by a visit to the SOI lab.
The Amazing Amphioxus
An evolutionary leap made at the bottom of the ocean over 500 million years ago gives new insights into the causes of human diseases such as diabetes, cancer and neurological disorders, according to newly published research from scientists at the Universities of St Andrews and Dundee.
More information: http://biology.st-andrews.ac.uk/newsItem.aspx?ni=1243
Download the paper: http://rsob.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/2/7/120103.abstract
The children from Greyfriars P2 came to explore the rock pools on East Sands and then have a closer look at what they had found back in the SOI.