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Study to investigate energy challenges in Scottish town

A new study led by the University of Stirling is seeking to understand the everyday energy challenges facing one of Scotland’s most disadvantaged areas.

Study to investigate energy challenges in Scottish town

Research suggests benefits of conservation efforts may not yet be fully visible

The time it takes for species to respond to conservation measures – known as an ‘ecological time lag’ – could be partly masking any real progress that is being made, experts have warned.

Research suggests benefits of conservation efforts may not yet be fully visible

Alloa scientist working for NASA to deliver talk at University

A Scots-born planetary scientist and aerospace engineer – working on NASA’s next mission to Saturn’s moon Titan – will deliver a special lecture at the University of Stirling.

Alloa scientist working for NASA to deliver talk at University

New study on the impact of innovative feeds on salmon health

Scientists are testing whether oils from microalgae and genetically modified (GM) oilseed crops could provide beneficial omega-3 for salmon – and, in turn, boost levels in the human diet.

New study on the impact of innovative feeds on salmon health

New research finds that Shetland had its own ice sheet

A massive ice sheet covered Scotland’s Shetland Islands and the surrounding seafloor around 21,000 years ago – and rapidly collapsed about 19,000 years ago, a new study has found.

New research finds that Shetland had its own ice sheet