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Salt rules linked to 9,900 cases of cardiovascular disease and 1,500 cancer cases

A relaxation of UK food industry regulation has been linked with 9,900 additional cases of cardiovascular disease, and 1,500 cases of stomach cancer.

Salt rules linked to 9,900 cases of cardiovascular disease and 1,500 cancer cases

Scotland’s energy future inquiry informed by University of Stirling expertise

A major inquiry into Scotland’s future energy requirements has benefited from input from a University of Stirling academic.

Scotland’s energy future inquiry informed by University of Stirling expertise

Refugees’ contribution to life in Scotland celebrated

An open day celebrating refugee communities’ contribution to life in Scotland will be hosted by the Art Collection at the University of Stirling.

Refugees’ contribution to life in Scotland celebrated

Student journalism success for Stirling

Stirling students were celebrating after scooping a host of accolades at a national journalism awards ceremony.

Student journalism success for Stirling

Global human rights and climate change inquiry lands at Stirling

Experts looking at the responsibility of major global corporate carbon emitters – so called ‘carbon majors’ – for the impacts of climate change have gathered at the University of Stirling.

Global human rights and climate change inquiry lands at Stirling