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University of Stirling research reveals new insights into marine plastic pollution
A study by University of Stirling researchers has shed new light on the behaviour of the closest living relatives of humans – chimpanzees.
University of Stirling to promote better outcomes from water resources for Scottish businesses and communities
A team at the University of Stirling is embarking on an extensive study into how water resources in Scotland promote better outcomes for our economy, society and the environment, in a £5 million partnership project to last three years.
Innovative new research by the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture could lead to increased mussel production.
Largest ever study of autistic people’s research priorities finds need for focus on mental health
The University of Stirling's ambitious plan to plant millions of trees across the Forth Valley has been praised by Scottish Government minister Mairi Gougeon MSP
New study led by the University of Stirling reveals the transformative power of aquaculture in Zambia
Almost half of people who suffer a sports-related traumatic brain injury are still experiencing physical symptoms after six months, a new study by the University of Stirling has found.
The innovative study led by researcher Dr Sabine Matallana-Surget and Dr Wade Jeffrey of the University of West Florida assessed the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on microscopic seawater bacteria that perform a significant role in ecosystem functioning.
A multidisciplinary team of scientists has been awarded £1.5m to develop an oral vaccine to combat sea lice in farmed Atlantic salmon.