News at Stirling

Wind turbine warning for wildlife


Careful planning measures must be put into place to ensure small wind turbine developments do not cause bat and bird population decline, according to new University of Stirling research.
3 Dec 2014

Number of empty shops in Scotland falls


The number of empty shops on Scotland’s high streets has fallen over the last year, according to a report on Scotland’s top 100 cities and towns published today by the University of Stirling’s Institute for Retail Studies and The Local Data Company.
2 Dec 2014

Men need humour and camaraderie to lose weight


A new guide launched by the Men’s Health Forum charity – based on research carried out by the Universities of Aberdeen, Stirling and Bournemouth – is the first to show how to adapt and run weight-loss programmes that are tailored specifically for men.
13 Nov 2014

Omega-3 exhibit to be showcased at major bioscience event


Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture, in partnership with Rothamsted Research, will showcase a project on making omega-3 fish oils in plants for use in aquaculture, at a major bioscience event in London this week.
12 Nov 2014

Graeme Robertson: secrets of life behind the lens

Graeme Robertson

One of the UK’s most celebrated news and war photographers, Graeme Robertson, will discuss the secrets, challenges and incredible stories behind his photographs at the University of Stirling next week.
4 Nov 2014

University nursing graduate follows in the family footsteps

Saiju Palatty

A University of Stirling Nursing graduate performed a career switch to follow in the family footsteps. Saiju Palatty was one of 100 graduates at the University of Stirling’s Highlands and Islands Graduation ceremony on Friday.
1 Nov 2014

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