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New research reveals the resilience of Scots pine trees to drought

New research reveals the resilience of Scots pine trees to drought

The effect of extreme drought on Scots pine trees has been examined as part of a University of Stirling study, which could have implications for climate change efforts across the world.

Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

New research by experts at the University of Stirling has debunked existing assumptions about why hoverflies use different techniques for pollination than those used by bees.

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New research reveals the resilience of Scots pine trees to drought

The effect of extreme drought on Scots pine trees has been examined as part of a University of Stirling study, which could have implications for climate change efforts across the world.

New research reveals the resilience of Scots pine trees to drought

Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

New research by experts at the University of Stirling has debunked existing assumptions about why hoverflies use different techniques for pollination than those used by bees.

Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

Stirling leads project to support international aquaculture research

Experts from the University of Stirling will deliver a new project that will further enhance the European aquaculture sector’s access to innovative and world-class scientific research.

Stirling leads project to support international aquaculture research

University of Stirling appointed as host of Scotland’s Hydro Nation Chair

The University of Stirling will host and lead a £3.5m initiative to make Scotland a global leader in water research.

University of Stirling appointed as host of Scotland’s Hydro Nation Chair

Stirling research evaluates effectiveness of conservation efforts

New research from the University of Stirling into the effectiveness of international conservation projects could help to save endangered species from extinction.

Stirling research evaluates effectiveness of conservation efforts

New study reveals impact of face masks on person identification

Research by experts at the University of Stirling has revealed the impact that the increased wearing of face masks may be having on people’s ability to recognise each other.

New study reveals impact of face masks on person identification

£3.85m Stirling-led study to tackle impact of plastic pollution in Africa

A new £3.85 million study – led by the University of Stirling – is aiming to understand the public health risks and environmental impact of plastic pollution in developing countries.

£3.85m Stirling-led study to tackle impact of plastic pollution in Africa

Aquaculture sustainability can be improved through collaboration with agriculture, experts say

A collaborative approach with the agriculture sector – specifically around plant biotechnology – is key to the sustainability of aquaculture, according to experts.

Aquaculture sustainability can be improved through collaboration with agriculture, experts say

Stirling academic wins prestigious global award

A University of Stirling academic has received a prestigious international award in recognition of their research, which has benefits for animal welfare and sustainable food production.

Stirling academic wins prestigious global award

Bumblebee reproduction at heightened risk from radiation

New research by experts at the University of Stirling has revealed the reproduction rates of bumblebees living in radiation-contaminated areas, such as Chernobyl, are more severely impacted than previously thought.

Bumblebee reproduction at heightened risk from radiation