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New partnership to support net zero in Scotland

Enhanced environmental monitoring will support Scotland’s journey to net zero and beyond, thanks to a new partnership between the University of Stirling and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).

New partnership to support net zero in Scotland

Study provides new insights into the effects of radiation from Chernobyl

Researchers at the University of Stirling have found that animals in lakes closest to the Chernobyl nuclear reactor have more genetic mutations than those from further away, giving new insight into the effect of radiation on wild species.

Study provides new insights into the effects of radiation from Chernobyl

The loo taboo: new study explores uptake of controversial technologies

Researchers have provided an important insight into the cultural taboo surrounding an innovative ‘green’ technology that enables users to transform their domestic toilet waste into biogas.

The loo taboo: new study explores uptake of controversial technologies

Stirling scientist chosen to pilot Mars rover

A University of Stirling scientist has been chosen to join the team piloting the European Space Agency’s Mars rover when it launches next year, on its mission to find life on the Red Planet.

Stirling scientist chosen to pilot Mars rover

Study sheds new light on Bangladeshi prawn and shrimp industry

A new, large-scale study into prawn and shrimp production in southwest Bangladesh has found that the industry is crucial to public health and prosperity, whilst being climate-resilient, contrary to its reputation.

Study sheds new light on Bangladeshi prawn and shrimp industry