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£190,000 project to tackle sea lice and other agents of salmon disease

The University of Stirling is working with an aquaculture firm on a new £190,000 project designed to tackle sea lice and other diseases of farmed salmon.

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£190,000 project to tackle sea lice and other agents of salmon disease

Study reveals impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds

Experts at the University of Stirling have shed new light on the impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds.

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Study reveals impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds

Stirling expert elected to leading aquaculture organisation

A University of Stirling academic has been elected to a senior role with an international aquaculture organisation.

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Stirling expert elected to leading aquaculture organisation

New study using technology to monitor water quality

Experts - including University of Stirling academics - are testing techniques to enhance water quality monitoring worldwide as part of the €5 million MONOCLE project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.

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New study using technology to monitor water quality

Coastal acidification is causing oysters to shrink, study finds

An oyster species found in the waters of Australia and New Zealand is getting smaller due to coastal acidification, according to a new University of Stirling study.

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Coastal acidification is causing oysters to shrink, study finds
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