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December 2017 news

New Year CBE celebrations for leading Stirling academic
Study provides clues to attracting English Language Teaching students
Drive to improve health and safety for global aquaculture workers
Double delight for Stirling swimmer Duncan Scott
Exercising at own pace boosts a child’s ability to learn
Stirling experts encourage local children to focus on fish
Equality award for Stirling academic

Pride does not come before a fall

Contrary to the old saying ‘pride comes before a fall’ the opposite appears to be true, according to a study published in the Christmas issue of The BMJ.

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Pride does not come before a fall
Youngsters “less likely” to try cigarettes carrying health warning
Hate crimes against LGBT+ people in deprived areas ignored

Major study into older Scots set to inform and shape policy

A new landmark study conducted by the University of Stirling will empower policymakers to improve the lives of Scotland’s older population by providing them with a comprehensive insight into the economic, health and social circumstances of people over 50.

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Major study into older Scots set to inform and shape policy
Summer black truffles cultivated in Scotland for first time

Tennis stars a smash hit in Lille

Three University of Stirling tennis scholars have won the 'the world event of university tennis' with Team GB after defeating the USA in the final of the BNP Paribas Master'U in Lille.

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Tennis stars a smash hit in Lille
EU award for Stirling-led aquaculture project
Stirling to develop insect processing solutions for aquafeed
Deputy Principal joins India mission to promote Scottish higher education
Santas on the run for festive dash
Honorary graduates’ delight at Stirling recognition
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