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Care homes in England had greatest increase in excess deaths at height of the COVID-19 pandemic

Care homes in England experienced the highest increase in excess deaths at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic compared to those in the rest of the UK, according to new research.

Care homes in England had greatest increase in excess deaths at height of the COVID-19 pandemic

Stirling professor to chair expert group seeking to revitalise town centres in the aftermath of COVID-19

A University of Stirling retail expert will chair a new group set up by the Scottish Government to revitalise and renew Scotland’s town centres in the aftermath of COVID-19.

Stirling professor to chair expert group seeking to revitalise town centres in the aftermath of COVID-19

University appoints its first entrepreneur-in-residence

The University of Stirling has appointed its first entrepreneur-in-residence, to further support students, alumni, and staff to achieve their start-up business ambitions.

University appoints its first entrepreneur-in-residence

COVID-19: Study considers the impact of ‘new’ home working arrangements on wellbeing

The impact of the unprecedented shift towards full-time home-based work (HBW), brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, is the focus of a major new University of Stirling study.

COVID-19: Study considers the impact of ‘new’ home working arrangements on wellbeing

Eurovision voting points to more than just musical tastes

How people vote in the Eurovision Song Contest may tell us more than just the musical tastes of a nation - according to new research.

Eurovision voting points to more than just musical tastes