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‘Godfather of Devolution’ papers to be preserved by Stirling

The papers of the man often known as the ‘Godfather of Devolution’ are to be catalogued and preserved by the University of Stirling.

‘Godfather of Devolution’ papers to be preserved by Stirling

Staff, students and politicians reflect on University’s past in new oral history project

High-profile politicians including former First Minister, Lord Jack McConnell, and the late Labour MP, Tam Dalyell, feature in a new oral history project documenting the University of Stirling’s fascinating past.

Staff, students and politicians reflect on University’s past in new oral history project

Stirling academic plays it cool to provide clues about Scotland’s Ice Age

Research led by a Stirling academic has revealed how glaciers disappeared from Scotland at the end of the last Ice Age.

Stirling academic plays it cool to provide clues about Scotland’s Ice Age

Study aims to identify link between places and sounds

A new study led by the University of Stirling is aiming to identify and analyse sounds associated with particular places in a bid to gain an insight into the impact of an environment on mood and memory.

Study aims to identify link between places and sounds

Impact of Amazonian hydropower is “significantly underestimated”, study finds

The environmental impact of hydropower generation in the Amazon may be greater than predicted, according to new University of Stirling research.

Impact of Amazonian hydropower is “significantly underestimated”, study finds