News and events

How pollution may be changing the ratio of girls to boys

More girls than boys are being born in some parts of central Scotland and in some years – and industrial pollution could be the cause. Researchers from the University of Stirling have been looking at the issue of “skewed birth” ratios in the central belt.
18 Jun 2014

Nursing Lecturer Vacancies at the University of Stirling

We are seeking two motivated, enthusiastic and talented individuals to join the Adult team at one of the UK's premier research Nursing Schools. You should be able to fully contribute to our high quality, practice-driven health research and education.
4 Mar 2014

Are we ignoring men with breast cancer?

Male breast cancer is a rare but deadly condition, however it receives little money for research or clinical trials and its awareness is hampered by sexual bias. Are we ignoring the 400 men diagnosed in the UK with the disease every year? Scarlet Pigot writes in the Nursing Times.
24 Feb 2014

Crohn's Disease App wins national award

Crohn’s Disease app wins Scottish Enterprise Scottish Life Sciences Award 2014 for best commercial collaboration for Prof Angus Watson's work with OpenBrolly
7 Feb 2014