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Breakthrough in battle to rid salmon of sea lice

A project involving the University of Stirling and two leading fish farms has reached a major milestone in its drive to tackle sea lice in salmon.

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Breakthrough in battle to rid salmon of sea lice

New study could revolutionise salmon farming

Scientists believe a new feed solution for Atlantic farmed salmon – created from a genetically modified plant – could help relieve pressure on stressed marine resources.

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New study could revolutionise salmon farming

New study into impact of climate change on Arctic marine life

New research involving the University of Stirling is seeking to understand how climate change is affecting the biological clock of ecologically important species in the Arctic Ocean.

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New study into impact of climate change on Arctic marine life

Study to track trends in the public’s opinion on fracking

A new study involving the University of Stirling will investigate and help understand the public response to fracking across the UK.

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Study to track trends in the public’s opinion on fracking

Invasive plants adapt to new environments, study finds

Invasive plants have the ability to adapt to new environments – and even behave like a native species, according to University of Stirling research.

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Invasive plants adapt to new environments, study finds
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