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July 2017 news

Hospital patients with dementia and other causes of confusion have worse outcomes, study finds

Improving habitats for bats

The effects of 160 years of woodland creation on bats has been revealed by a natural experiment.

Improving habitats for bats
Stirling golfers team up for Glasgow 2018 at Ladies Scottish Open pro-am
E-cigarette use may encourage experimentation with tobacco, study finds

Backing to boost dementia-friendly communities

A three-year project – involving the University of Stirling and local partners – to boost communities for people living with dementia has received major backing from the Life Changes Trust.

Backing to boost dementia-friendly communities
Stirling scientist secures £3.4 million to tackle tobacco-related harm in Asia and Africa
Entrepreneurial student wins sport business backing
Beavers’ unique ability to restore landscapes revealed

Not all muscle building supplements are equal

Popular muscle building supplements, known as branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) are ineffective when taken in isolation, according to new research from the University of Stirling.

Not all muscle building supplements are equal
Queen's Baton Relay to visit University as part of world tour
Gold for Stirling internal communications campaign
Students’ video goes viral after being featured by the BBC
Stirling expertise contributes to future of Europe

Aviva Scholarship to assist students from Asia

The University of Stirling is one of eleven leading universities in the UK to partner with Aviva in a new scholarship programme which aims to promote British education in Asia.

Aviva Scholarship to assist students from Asia
Stirling campaign recognised at The Herald Higher Education Awards
British Council recognition for Stirling student
Beech trees native to Scotland after all, scientists discover
Aquaculture experts make a splash at Royal Highland Show
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