Upcoming events

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  1. Fellowship Day

    Fellowship Day

    Planning and preparing your fellowship application

    Registration for the Fellowship Day hosted by the BSRC and IBANS is now open. The event brings together external funders, current fellowship holders and...

  2. Locust: The Opera

    Locust: The Opera

    The Ghostly Tale of a Vanished Species - Free

    Anne Guzzo's one-hour chamber opera is presented by a group of American singers and Scottish musicians, including Music Centre Associate Teachers, to mark...

  3. The Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis

    The Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis

    Keynote Lecture: Prof Bob Steele CBE, FRSE, FRCS, FFPH, University of Dundee

    Talk title: Cancer Screening as a Public Health Policy Challenge.

  4. Café Mackenzie with NHS Fife Clinician Dr Mike McMahon

    Café Mackenzie with NHS Fife Clinician Dr Mike McMahon

    Internal University audience

  5. The Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis

    The Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis

    Keynote Lecture: Prof Carol Brayne CBE, Professor of Public Health Medicine in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care in the University of Cambridge

    Carol is a leading figure in figure in academic public health from whom we have much to learn as she leads a cross University, multi school institute not...

  6. Evidence-Based Policy Symposium

    Evidence-Based Policy Symposium

    Global Challenges 'Sustainable Futures' Symposia Series

    The 'Evidence-Based Policy' symposium is coordinated by the St andrews Global Challenges Forum. The St andrews Global Challenges Forum was formed in...

  7. Social Responsibility in Science: Dr Furaha Asani

    Social Responsibility in Science: Dr Furaha Asani

    Dr Furaha Asani will be joining the School of Biology to give this talk titled 'Social responsibility in Science', followed by a Q&A session and...

  8. Miss Tampon Liberty: Jay Critchley and Environmenstrual Art since 1970

    Miss Tampon Liberty: Jay Critchley and Environmenstrual Art since 1970

    STACEES Research Seminar

    In the 1970s and 80s, when menstruation was generally considered taboo, artist Jay Critchley made art out of discarded plastic tampon applicators washed up and...

  9. Fearless Improvisation in 17th and 18th century styles

    Fearless Improvisation in 17th and 18th century styles

    An online course for instrumentalists of all ages and abilities - £25

    Tutors: Richard Michael (piano/organ): Honorary Professor of Jazz Piano, University of St andrews Hilary Michael (violin): Dunedin Consort, OAE, Academy of...

  10. Showcasing Climate and Sustainability Research at St andrews

    Showcasing Climate and Sustainability Research at St andrews

    STACEES Image Exhibition

    STACEES has curated an image gallery to be exhibited in St Salvator's Quad from 17 September until 31 October. The exhibition will enhance visibility of...

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