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Stirling expert part of team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material

A University of Stirling academic is part of a team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material – which could be used to make items such as bike locks, armour and security doors.

Stirling expert part of team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material

Impact of shale gas “ignored” in England, new study finds

The UK Government and its advisory groups “marginalised or ignored” the environmental and public health ramifications of permitting shale gas extraction in England, according to new research.

Impact of shale gas “ignored” in England, new study finds

Volunteers sought to help record Scotland’s political past

The Scottish Political Archive – housed at the University of Stirling – is appealing for volunteers to help create a comprehensive record of its 2014 Independence Referendum collection.

Volunteers sought to help record Scotland’s political past

Even better than the real thing? The value of replicas at heritage sites

Two University of Stirling academics have co-authored a book looking at the value of replicas at heritage sites and in museums.

Even better than the real thing? The value of replicas at heritage sites

Young writers celebrated by leading poets in national competition

The winners of a national poetry competition for young writers from across the UK – supported by the University of Stirling and Newcastle University – have been announced.

Young writers celebrated by leading poets in national competition