December 2018 news
Archive news stories
University of Stirling Professorial Fellow Sir George Reid has won Scotland’s top award for public service.
Professor Kevin Grant has been appointed as Dean of the University of Stirling Management School.
The University of Stirling and Santander have raised more than £1,600 for a local charity that provides sporting opportunities to people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities.
The introduction of plain tobacco packaging led to an increase in the price of leading products, according to new research from the University of Stirling.
University of Stirling academic Dr Margaret Malloch has been appointed to a new Scottish Government taskforce which will improve support, advice and information for victims of crime.
An international study of news photographers – authored by University of Stirling academics – has revealed a sharp decline in the number working full-time.
Experts at the University of Stirling will lead a new £1.85 million project investigating how marine plastics transport bacteria and viruses – and the impact that may have on human health.
The lowering of the legal blood alcohol limit for drivers in Scotland has had no impact on the number of road traffic accidents, a new study involving the University of Stirling has found.
The University of Stirling’s swimming team lived up to its reputation this past weekend as it claimed 50 medals at the Scottish Short Course Championships in Edinburgh.
A review involving experts from the University of Stirling has suggested new ways in which big data could enhance the diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions.
The First Minister of Scotland’s advisory group on human rights leadership – which includes a University of Stirling academic – has recommended a new framework to improve people’s daily lives.
A domestic abuse seminar series – marking the end of an international campaign challenging violence against women and girls – is being launched by the University of Stirling’s Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection.
A major BBC history series focusing on Scotland’s clans features expertise from a senior University of Stirling academic.
A steering group set up by the Scottish Government to help improve air quality in Scotland has appointed a University of Stirling academic.
Scientists from the University of Stirling are working to tackle the potential introduction and spread of a devastating plant pathogen into the UK as part of a new £4.85 million study.
A short movie exploring skiing and the philosophy of risk is to feature expertise from a University of Stirling academic.