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Climate change is causing the Arctic’s plants to grow taller

Global warming is enabling Arctic tundra plants to grow taller, according to new research involving a University of Stirling scientist.

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Climate change is causing the Arctic’s plants to grow taller

Pairing zebrafish by personality improves fitness of the species

Scientists have challenged the theory of “love at first sight” after discovering that they can boost the reproductive success of zebrafish by pairing them by personality, rather than appearance.

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Pairing zebrafish by personality improves fitness of the species

Fly mating choices may help explain variation across species

Scientists at the University of Stirling have shed new light on the impact of sexual selection on species diversity after studying the mating rituals of dance flies.

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Fly mating choices may help explain variation across species

£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
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