The fundraising efforts for the University of St Andrews’ COVID-19 appeal has generated more than £500,000, as alumni, supporters, staff and students have responded to the appeal.
Pneumagen Ltd, a spin-off company of University of St Andrews has been awarded £4 million investment from Thairm Bio and the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB).
This new legislation ensures that students who have already left their accommodation as a result of the coronavirus crisis only need to give 7-days’ notice to be released from their contracts.
“As one of those involved in SPI-B, the Government advisory group on behavioural science, I can say that in a few short minutes tonight,...
The organisation recommended the book via their Facebook page, heralding it as “an inspiring (and useful!) guide for any activist- and a thoroughly entertaining read for any armchair politico.”
St Andrews Professor Sir Hew Strachan has co-written a study with Ruth Harris concluding that Britain should be “open to a debate on national...
Collectively, over £300 has already been raised by the crowdfunders, with the NET appeal reaching 64 per cent of its £200 target and the Tayside Health Fund exceeding its £200 goal.