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Stirling expert leads research expedition to the Arctic

A research team led by a University of Stirling expert have set off on a scientific cruise to the Arctic Ocean to study the effects of warming on marine life.

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Stirling expert leads research expedition to the Arctic

Scientists make major breakthrough on omega-3 production

A major discovery that could 'revolutionise' the understanding of omega-3 production in the ocean has been made by an international team of scientists.

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Scientists make major breakthrough on omega-3 production

Camouflage protects animals – even if they are spotted

Pythons, moths and frogs exhibit a certain type of camouflage that hides their identity from other animals even after they have been spotted, new research has found.

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Camouflage protects animals – even if they are spotted

Study reveals greater ape population than predicted – but numbers are still on decline

A decade-long survey of western lowland gorillas and central chimpanzees has revealed that there are far more apes living in the Western Equatorial region of Africa than previously estimated.

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Study reveals greater ape population than predicted – but numbers are still on decline

Stirling hosts 100th meeting of freshwater forum

The University of Stirling is hosting the centenary meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group.

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Stirling hosts 100th meeting of freshwater forum
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