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Wild bumblebees capable of logical reasoning, study finds

Wild bumblebees are capable of logical reasoning, new research has found

A wild bumblebee

University of Stirling joins global Arctic network

The University of Stirling has joined a global network of organisations focused on the Arctic.

Greenland, Arctic

Water quality data buoy to be floated at Gartmorn Dam

Water quality data buoy to be floated at Gartmorn Dam

Data buoy

Stirling experts land funding to tackle aquaculture challenges

Aquaculture experts at the University of Stirling have secured a share of a £4.6 million fund to tackle key challenges.

salmon farming

Stirling’s AI experts to join multi-million pound project

Artificial intelligence experts at the University of Stirling will play a key role in a project supported by £12m in new funding

AI

Stirling High pupils win environmental awards

Stirling High pupils have won two environmental awards for a proposal to tackle litter and artwork created from waste materials.

Stirling High pupils Callum Graham, Leona Routledge, Emily Appleby, Robyn Stevenson

Study sheds new light on Scotland’s beavers

A study by the University of Stirling has shed new light on how beavers reintroduced to Scotland interact with deer.

A beaver swims in the River Tay

Study sheds new light on cross-species virus spillovers that can cause pandemics

A study led by the University of Stirling jointly with the University of Wisconsin-Madison has shed new light on cross-species virus spillovers that can cause pandemics.

Chimpanzee

New project will broaden our understanding of environmental restoration

Researchers at the University of Stirling are lending their expertise to a new project aimed at broadening our understanding of the benefits of environmental restoration.

Tree crown

Research identifies microorganisms that may be essential to the survival of coral reefs

A study led by a researcher at the University of Stirling has identified microscopic organisms which may be crucial to the survival of coral reefs.

Great Barrier Reef