Inaugural Lecture: Biominerals the Hard Part of Multidisciplinary Research
3 May 2018
Maggie Cusack is Professor of Biomineralisation, Dean of Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling and Vice President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Her biomineral research includes environmental aspects such as ocean acidification and climate proxies. From a PhD in protein biochemistry where she studied the sweetest substance known, she moved to geosciences to explore the role of proteins in mineral formation.
By attending our new Postgraduate Open Day, you'll be able to explore our stunning campus, learn more about our diverse range of Masters courses and spend invaluable time with our staff and students to get a taste of what life at Stirling is really like.
The University of Stirling invites you to their fabulous Science Fair. We will host a series of hands on activities run jointly by the Faculties of Natural Sciences, Health Sciences and Sport and colleagues from Forth Valley College in conjunction with Science
Film director Harry Hook tells the dynamic and fascinating story of Africa's human migration from countryside to the city - an epic journey of cultural change as seen and told from a lifetime photographing Africa.