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University of Stirling shortlisted at top aquaculture awards

The University of Stirling’s world-leading Institute of Aquaculture is in the running for a top award in recognition of the nutritional analysis it provides to industry.

University of Stirling shortlisted at top aquaculture awards

Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds

The average brain size of humans has increased gradually over the past three million years, a new study involving a University of Stirling researcher has found.

Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds

Stirling expert helps uncover new evidence of historical water activity on Mars

A new NASA-funded study – involving the University of Stirling – has fuelled suggestions of life on Mars after discovering a historical presence of water on the Red Planet.

Stirling expert helps uncover new evidence of historical water activity on Mars

University of Stirling opens its doors to young scientists

Families enjoyed a fun-filled day out at the University of Stirling’s Science Fair where children had the chance to try their hands at a host of exciting and educational experiments.

University of Stirling opens its doors to young scientists

Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds

Bird populations in central Africa will continue to decline – with major consequences for biodiversity – unless the threat of unsustainable hunting is reduced, University of Stirling experts have warned.

Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds