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Plans to tackle the impacts of climate change on food security must integrate local knowledge to help preserve the Earth’s critical zone, new research has warned.
Giant pandas living in zoos outside their native latitude range may not have optimal welfare if their body clocks are out of sync, new research by the University of Stirling has found.
A study by the University of Stirling has found first-time participants in parkruns are more likely to return if events are near to freshwater and woodland.
A delegation of Ukrainian academics have travelled to the University of Stirling for a joint research project aimed at improving water quality in the war-torn country.
University of Stirling researchers are taking the next steps towards using hemp seed as a sustainable protein source for Scottish salmon feeds.
Katharine Abernethy, a Professor in Tropical Ecology at the University of Stirling, has received one of the British Ecological Society’s highest honours.
University of Stirling research to probe potentially catastrophic impact of climate change and nitrogen pollution on soil
A new study by the University of Stirling has sought to understand why vegetarians consume non-meat animal products.
Greenhouse gas emissions from ponds in Scotland have been measured by a University of Stirling scientist as part of a major new international study.
An experiment given the green light by University of Stirling experts could halve emissions from wastewater treatment facilities.