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New study sheds light on illegal global trade of pangolins

Animal traffickers are taking advantage of remote ivory trade routes to smuggle pangolins – one of the world’s most endangered animals – out of Central Africa, a new study has found.

New study sheds light on illegal global trade of pangolins

Big data meets art at event organised by Stirling academics

Artists inspired by big data are to gather at an event organised by University of Stirling academics.

Big data meets art at event organised by Stirling academics

‘Question Time’ event on surveillance to be hosted by Stirling academic

The future of surveillance cameras in the UK will be debated in a Question Time-style event hosted by a University of Stirling academic.

‘Question Time’ event on surveillance to be hosted by Stirling academic

Innovative new study to monitor Scotland’s water from space

Experts will use satellites to monitor the quality of water in Scotland’s lochs as part of a pioneering new project led by the University of Stirling.

Innovative new study to monitor Scotland’s water from space

Secretary of State visits Institute of Aquaculture

Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Michael Gove MP, had the opportunity to see first-hand how University of Stirling research is positioning the UK at the forefront of the global aquaculture industry, during a visit to the University’s Institute of Aquaculture on Friday 2 February.

Secretary of State visits Institute of Aquaculture