February 2018 news
Archive news stories
One of Stirling’s first-ever students has been reacquainted with the University after creating stunning paintings of one of its recent discoveries – the Shetland monkeyflower.
Adding nutritional labels to menus and next to food in restaurants, coffee shops and cafeterias may reduce calorie consumption, according to new research involving the University of Stirling.
University of Stirling students in Hong Kong were invited to visit Cathay Pacific’s cargo terminal as part of their Management and Marketing undergraduate programmes.
Eight celebrities have been taking part in a unique experiment designed by a University of Stirling academic to see if they can lose 100 years between them in 21 days.
The use of monkeys in movies and television shows is fuelling the illegal trade in the animals for pets, according to a University of Stirling academic.
University staff and students have been shortlisted at two prestigious awards ceremonies that recognise excellence within the nursing sector.
The Scottish salmon industry could receive a boost of more than £23 million if it better utilises fish by-products, according to a new University of Stirling study.
The theory that parents’ low aspirations are to blame for their children’s lack of progress at school will be challenged by a University of Stirling academic.
Animal traffickers are taking advantage of remote ivory trade routes to smuggle pangolins – one of the world’s most endangered animals – out of Central Africa, a new study has found.
Artists inspired by big data are to gather at an event organised by University of Stirling academics.
The future of surveillance cameras in the UK will be debated in a Question Time-style event hosted by a University of Stirling academic.
Young musicians from the inspirational Big Noise Raploch programme visited the University of Stirling this week to learn about higher education and the opportunities it can unlock.
As well as further national titles and international selections in tennis, football and rugby, this week sees Stirling athletes competing across the world from PyeongChang to California.
Experts will use satellites to monitor the quality of water in Scotland’s lochs as part of a pioneering new project led by the University of Stirling.
Team GB curler, Kyle Waddell, has become the latest University of Stirling Olympian after joining his British teammates for the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games (9 – 25 Feb).
Support provided by the University of Stirling to those traditionally under-represented in higher education was highlighted to policymakers during an event at the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday 6th February.
A new University of Stirling study is aiming to discover whether protein deficiency in older black South Africans contributes to accelerated ageing, increased frailty and disease.
A team of researchers – led by the University of Stirling – has been awarded nearly £1 million from the Economic and Social Research Council to study governance in the Further Education (FE) sector.
Experts from across the UK are gathering at the University of Stirling to share the latest developments in dementia and ageing research.
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Michael Gove MP, had the opportunity to see first-hand how University of Stirling research is positioning the UK at the forefront of the global aquaculture industry, during a visit to the University’s Institute of Aquaculture on Friday 2 February.
Vaping poses only a small fraction of the risks of smoking, according to a major new study involving a University of Stirling academic.
A quick and cost-effective approach to monitoring the health of elephant populations could help measure the impact of poaching on the animals, according to a new study involving the University of Stirling.
National golf titles and rugby international call-ups were some of the highlights for University of Stirling athletes this past weekend along with professional tennis final appearances and new football coaching appointments.
Three more University of Stirling swimmers are celebrating following their selection for this year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia – taking the total number to nine.