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New Aquaculture PhDs under major new partnership

The University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) will benefit from a number of new PhD studentships after joining a major partnership funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

New Aquaculture PhDs under major new partnership

Charity champion James Jopling honoured in Inverness

ProjectScotland Director James Jopling was today (November 1) recognised for his services to the charity sector as he joined more than 100 students at their University of Stirling graduation.

Charity champion James Jopling honoured in Inverness

Eating mussels three times a week boosts omega-3 levels

Eating mussels three times per week may bring about significant health benefits – such as reduced risk of cardiac arrest – thanks to their omega-3 fatty acid properties.

Eating mussels three times a week boosts omega-3 levels

Farmed oysters able to protect themselves from acidification

Oysters bred for fast growth and disease resistance are able to adapt their shell growth to protect themselves from environmental acidification, according to new research.

Farmed oysters able to protect themselves from acidification

£300k project explores role of feed strategies in parasite control

A new £300,000 study involving University of Stirling experts and a leading animal feed manufacturer is aiming to explore how certain feed ingredients can reduce infections in farmed fish.

£300k project explores role of feed strategies in parasite control