Skip header navigation

February 2018 news

Former student’s flower art sparks return to Stirling
Nutritional labelling on menus may reduce calorie intake
Stirling students pay flying visit to airline HQ in Hong Kong
Celebrities helped to lose 100 years between them in 21 days by Stirling academic
Movie star monkeys fuel illegal pet trade, academic says
Stirling nominated for top nursing awards
Salmon by-products could generate £23m extra for industry
University of Stirling academic to dispel ‘poverty of aspiration’ myth
New study sheds light on illegal global trade of pangolins
Big data meets art at event organised by Stirling academics
‘Question Time’ event on surveillance to be hosted by Stirling academic

University opens its doors to Big Noise musicians

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.

University opens its doors to Big Noise musicians

Stirling athletes go global

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.

Stirling athletes go global
Innovative new study to monitor Scotland’s water from space

Waddell becomes Stirling’s latest Olympian

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).

Waddell becomes Stirling’s latest Olympian
University support helps students to realise their potential

Protein and accelerated ageing link investigated

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.

Protein and accelerated ageing link investigated
Stirling team secures £1 million to study role of governing boards in Further Education
Experts gather at University of Stirling to share latest dementia research

Secretary of State visits Institute of Aquaculture

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.

Secretary of State visits Institute of Aquaculture
Vaping is less of a risk than smoking, study finds
Innovative monitoring technique can help protect the world’s elephants, study finds
National titles and international debuts for Stirling athletes
Stirling swimmers selected for Commonwealth Games 2018
Scroll back to the top