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Stirling experts working on NASA’s latest mission to Mars

Two University of Stirling scientists are working on NASA’s latest mission in an attempt to understand more about the formation and early evolution of Mars, Earth and other rocky planets.

Stirling experts working on NASA’s latest mission to Mars

Climate change predicted to end truffle production

The lucrative truffle industry is set to disappear within a generation due to climate change, according to new research by a University of Stirling academic.

Climate change predicted to end truffle production

Celebrations as 106 graduate with Stirling degrees in Oman

More than 100 graduates are today celebrating their achievements after receiving their degrees from the University of Stirling during a special ceremony at Muscat College in Oman.

Celebrations as 106 graduate with Stirling degrees in Oman

Wildlife filmmaker Doug Allan celebrated with Stirling award

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Doug Allan – whose work has featured on The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet – has returned to the University of Stirling to pick up a special accolade celebrating his illustrious career.

Wildlife filmmaker Doug Allan celebrated with Stirling award

One in 10 people may opt-out of proposed organ donor system

A new study has revealed that around one in 10 people are considering opting out of a proposed new system that aims to increase organ donation by presuming consent.

One in 10 people may opt-out of proposed organ donor system