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Study shows new potential of fish by-products

Study shows new potential of fish by-products

Fish farming by-products have the potential to increase the sustainability of aquaculture, and contribute to other sectors – such as food, diet supplements, animal feed and cosmetics, according to a new study.

Study finds edible fungi could support transition to net zero

Study finds edible fungi could support transition to net zero

An Honorary Professor from the University of Stirling has made a breakthrough in resolving a key conflict in the world’s quest for net zero – how to reconcile tree planting and food production.

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Study shows new potential of fish by-products

Fish farming by-products have the potential to increase the sustainability of aquaculture, and contribute to other sectors – such as food, diet supplements, animal feed and cosmetics, according to a new study.

Study shows new potential of fish by-products

Study finds edible fungi could support transition to net zero

An Honorary Professor from the University of Stirling has made a breakthrough in resolving a key conflict in the world’s quest for net zero – how to reconcile tree planting and food production.

Study finds edible fungi could support transition to net zero

New Head for the Institute of Aquaculture

A long-serving University of Stirling professor has been appointed Head of its world-leading Institute of Aquaculture.

New Head for the Institute of Aquaculture

Stirling welcomes international delegations

The University of Stirling welcomed two international delegations to campus last week, coinciding with the launch of Scotland’s International Environment Centre (SIEC).

Stirling welcomes international delegations

Clean Air Champion for Scotland

A University of Stirling lecturer has been appointed Regional Clean Air Champion for Scotland, to help develop solutions to air quality challenges as part of the UK’s Clean Air Programme.

Clean Air Champion for Scotland

Environmental recovery platform launches at COP

A pioneering environmental recovery project that will turn the Forth Valley into a living laboratory is being launched to an international audience today [November 9] at global climate summit COP26.

Environmental recovery platform launches at COP

International research agreement signed at COP26

Partners in an international conservation research project have signed a crucial scientific collaboration agreement at world climate summit COP26.

International research agreement signed at COP26

New video game puts players in the shoes of COP26 decision-makers

As world climate summit COP26 begins today, researchers at the University of Stirling have created a video game that puts players in the position of the world leaders gathering there.

New video game puts players in the shoes of COP26 decision-makers

COP26: University of Stirling experts to develop new research hub in Africa

A new multi-million-pound project involving University of Stirling scientists will create a research hub to explore climate-smart, conservation-led solutions for sustainable development in central Africa.

COP26: University of Stirling experts to develop new research hub in Africa

Global call for a ‘blue food revolution’ to tackle climate change and malnutrition

New landmark assessment finds fish, shellfish and algae offer untapped potential for global development if the right policies and investments are put in place

Global call for a ‘blue food revolution’ to tackle climate change and malnutrition