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Sally Magnusson to talk about new book on dementia at Stirling event

Sally Magnusson with her late mother Mamie

Broadcaster Sally Magnusson is to talk about her late mother’s dementia at a special event at the University of Stirling. The BBC journalist will read from her new book “Where Memories Go” at the University’s Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) on Monday 10 February.
17 Jan 2014

Study shows chimps’ gestural communication is more complex than previously thought

Panzee. Photograph by Carolyn Richardson, courtesy of Georgia State University Language Research Center.

The gestural communication skills of chimpanzees are more sophisticated than was previously thought, according to new research. The research, carried out by academics at the University of Chester, University of Stirling and Georgia State University, revealed the most compelling evidence primates modify their gestures to ensure they are understood.
17 Jan 2014

Address by the Secretary of State for Scotland

The Rt Hon Alistair Carmichael MP delivered an address at the University of Stirling yesterday (Monday 13 January), to outline the benefits of Scotland remaining a part of the UK
14 Jan 2014

Stirling student golfer is the fairest of them all

Cormac Sharvin

From slow play to improper drops, golfers are often castigated for flouting the rules of the game, but a University of Stirling student has been recognised for his fantastic sportsmanship.
6 Feb 2014

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