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Emerging invasive disease linked to raw freshwater fish, say Stirling experts

Emerging invasive disease linked to raw freshwater fish, say Stirling experts

Experts from the University of Stirling have contributed to a new report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), warning of an emerging foodborne hazard in Southeast Asia.

Nature documentary changed attitudes towards marine mammal captivity

Nature documentary changed attitudes towards marine mammal captivity

New research from the University of Stirling shows the power of nature documentaries to change public attitudes, and suggests zoos and aquaria must engage with debates around conservation and animal welfare.

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Emerging invasive disease linked to raw freshwater fish, say Stirling experts

Experts from the University of Stirling have contributed to a new report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), warning of an emerging foodborne hazard in Southeast Asia.

Emerging invasive disease linked to raw freshwater fish, say Stirling experts

Nature documentary changed attitudes towards marine mammal captivity

New research from the University of Stirling shows the power of nature documentaries to change public attitudes, and suggests zoos and aquaria must engage with debates around conservation and animal welfare.

Nature documentary changed attitudes towards marine mammal captivity

Gamified research sheds new light on how to balance agriculture and conservation

Farmers are more likely to protect wildlife on their land if they trust their local communities and government, according to a new University of Stirling study.

Gamified research sheds new light on how to balance agriculture and conservation

Public health expert issues warning over potential community breakdown in COVID response

A public health expert from the University of Stirling says governments must change the post-pandemic narrative in order to avoid community breakdown.

Public health expert issues warning over potential community breakdown in COVID response

Stirling experts develop artificial intelligence to monitor water quality more effectively

Artificial intelligence that enhances remote monitoring of water bodies – highlighting quality shifts due to climate change or pollution – has been developed by researchers at the University of Stirling.

Stirling experts develop artificial intelligence to monitor water quality more effectively

Stirling professor appointed Scotland Hydro Nation Chair

A University of Stirling professor has been appointed as Scotland Hydro Nation Chair – which will see him lead a £3.5 million initiative to position the country as a global leader in water research.

Stirling professor appointed Scotland Hydro Nation Chair

RSE announces two new Stirling Fellows

Two University of Stirling Professors have been elected as Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).

RSE announces two new Stirling Fellows

Researchers explore aquaculture’s progress over the past two decades

A study involving the University of Stirling has explored the progress of the aquaculture industry over the last 20 years - highlighting an important move towards sustainable growth and pointing to even more opportunity for development.

Researchers explore aquaculture’s progress over the past two decades

University of Stirling cyclist selected for international esports squad

University of Stirling student and cyclist, Becky Storrie, has been selected for an elite global virtual racing squad, taking her to the highest tier of cycling esports competition in the world.

University of Stirling cyclist selected for international esports squad

Alaskan expedition helps unravel history of invasive plant

An Alaskan expedition and large-scale study led by a University of Stirling scientist has tracked the origin of an invasive plant population in the UK, tracing it back to the remote Aleutian Islands.

Alaskan expedition helps unravel history of invasive plant