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New emergency finance tool for crisis scenarios

Fintech experts from the University of Stirling are building a new digital financial tool that will use blockchain to deliver emergency finance to groups of people during crises, such as COVID-19.

New emergency finance tool for crisis scenarios

Stirling water monitoring experts support Black Sea regeneration

Experts from the University of Stirling will use satellite and sensor technology to support the regeneration of the Black Sea, as part of a new £7.7 million (€9m) research project.

Stirling water monitoring experts support Black Sea regeneration

Graduation: Charlie and the Vegan Chocolate Factory

A student who launched an ethical, vegan milk chocolate range whilst studying for his Environmental Science degree is celebrating after graduating from the University of Stirling this week.

Graduation: Charlie and the Vegan Chocolate Factory

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