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Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds

The average brain size of humans has increased gradually over the past three million years, a new study involving a University of Stirling researcher has found.

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Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds

Stirling expert helps uncover new evidence of historical water activity on Mars

A new NASA-funded study – involving the University of Stirling – has fuelled suggestions of life on Mars after discovering a historical presence of water on the Red Planet.

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Stirling expert helps uncover new evidence of historical water activity on Mars

University of Stirling opens its doors to young scientists

Families enjoyed a fun-filled day out at the University of Stirling’s Science Fair where children had the chance to try their hands at a host of exciting and educational experiments.

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University of Stirling opens its doors to young scientists

Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds

Bird populations in central Africa will continue to decline – with major consequences for biodiversity – unless the threat of unsustainable hunting is reduced, University of Stirling experts have warned.

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Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds

Research could improve management of conflict between wildlife and farmers across the globe

A new study led by the University of Stirling highlights improvements in the way conflicts between wildlife conservation and farming are managed worldwide.

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Research could improve management of conflict between wildlife and farmers across the globe
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