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Invasive plants adapt to new environments, study finds

Invasive plants have the ability to adapt to new environments – and even behave like a native species, according to University of Stirling research.

Invasive plants adapt to new environments, study finds

Stirling scientist in major international space mission

A University of Stirling scientist is set to begin analysing – and attempting to recreate – conditions on a primitive asteroid as part of a major international space mission led by the Japanese.

Stirling scientist in major international space mission

Urgent action on risks to aquaculture workers needed, study finds

Health and safety within the global aquaculture industry is widely overlooked – despite the sector posing a great risk to workers, according to University of Stirling-led research.

Urgent action on risks to aquaculture workers needed, study finds

Stirling’s new aquaculture link with Chinese university

A new agreement between the Universities of Stirling and Ningbo, in China, will see aquaculture staff and students share knowledge and collaborate on research and teaching projects.

Stirling’s new aquaculture link with Chinese university

University receives £22 million for international research hubs

Two new international research centres – focussing on aquaculture and the environment – will be developed at the University of Stirling thanks to £22 million in government funding.

University receives £22 million for international research hubs