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Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

Legal experts at the University of Stirling have launched a new study to ensure that consumer laws are as ‘smart’ as the emerging technologies that they regulate.

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

The life and career of Scottish football legend Billy Bremner will be the focus of a new sports heritage project, led by the University of Stirling.

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Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

Legal experts at the University of Stirling have launched a new study to ensure that consumer laws are as ‘smart’ as the emerging technologies that they regulate.

Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

The life and career of Scottish football legend Billy Bremner will be the focus of a new sports heritage project, led by the University of Stirling.

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

Journalism students tell the untold stories of climate change

Stirling journalism students are helping to tell the untold stories of the devastating impact of climate change thanks to a new international initiative.

Journalism students tell the untold stories of climate change

Research project to promote tolerance by reshaping history education

A new research project led by a University of Stirling academic is to shake-up the way British history is taught to school children and presented to the public in order to promote tolerance.

Research project to promote tolerance by reshaping history education

Stirling PR graduate wins top European award

A University of Stirling Public Relations graduate is celebrating after winning a top international award.

Stirling PR graduate wins top European award

University first in Scotland to join EU traineeship project

The University of Stirling has joined the Pan-European Seal Programme, a prestigious EU training scheme, becoming the first in Scotland to partner with Europe’s leading Intellectual Property (IP) organisations: the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the European Patent Office (EPO).

University first in Scotland to join EU traineeship project

Museum partnership secures £1 million for Cold War research

The University of Stirling has secured a major funding grant in partnership with National Museums Scotland for a unique research project exploring how the Cold War features in museums.

Museum partnership secures £1 million for Cold War research

New heritage toolkit to improve community input in conservation

A new toolkit for heritage professionals is helping them understand and assess how people and communities value and relate to Scotland’s historic environment.

New heritage toolkit to improve community input in conservation

Stirling PR students shortlisted for prestigious award

Four University of Stirling Public Relations students have been recognised as among the best in Europe after being nominated for a top international award.

Stirling PR students shortlisted for prestigious award

Political archive appeals for election campaign material

The Scottish Political Archive, housed at the University of Stirling, is appealing to the public to help collect campaign materials connected to next month’s Scottish Parliament elections.

Political archive appeals for election campaign material