February 2019 news
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A team of Stirling Management School students has reached the UK final of a prestigious global competition testing the skills of the brightest finance students.
Biologists linked to the University of Stirling have discovered a novel mechanism used by plants to self-reproduce in the absence of pollinators.
Tropical forests recovering from disturbance could be much more important to the conservation of forest bird species than first thought, according to a new study.
Legal frameworks to protect citizens’ rights to a decent standard of living will be explored by a University of Stirling academic.
The charitable work of University of Stirling student and sports scholar Cameron Main has been recognised by Prime Minister Theresa May at a celebratory Downing Street Burns Supper.
The University of Stirling and Stirling Students’ Union have announced the scrapping of graduation ceremony fees.
University of Stirling athletes enjoyed a fruitful British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) National finals weekend as they returned from Sheffield with an incredible 25 medals.
A major research collaboration – involving scientists at the University of Stirling – is aiming to boost stocks of aquaculture species that are vital to the UK.
A University of Stirling student has landed a top national journalism award.
Three University of Stirling curling scholars will represent Scotland at the World Championships next month after winning their respective Scottish titles this past weekend.
A Scottish Government minister today joined staff and students at the University of Stirling to launch its ‘Walk to the Moon’ mission – a collective effort to cover almost 240,000 miles in just 150 days.
A call-handling model introduced by the Scottish Ambulance Service to enhance its response to patients with life-threatening conditions has improved survival rates, new research has revealed.
A University of Stirling planetary scientist – working with European colleagues – has helped shed new light on the physical properties and evolution of comets.
A NASA mission to Mars – involving University of Stirling scientists – has ended 15 years after arriving on the Red Planet.
The University of Stirling will lead a new £800,000 interdisciplinary study designed to predict and monitor the response of European forests to drought and temperature change.
Actor Maisie Williams has urged University of Stirling students to “take risks” and grab opportunities – as she visited campus to launch her new social networking app.
A new report – commissioned by a leading international organisation – promotes the creation of a sustainable wild meat sector to protect disadvantaged people and endangered species from hunting.
Two University of Stirling-led reports looking at housing and ageing and the impact of housing support services on the quality of life of older people have been praised by the Scottish Parliament.
Students and staff take in 'Key Lessons for Investors from Financial History’ as part of lecture series
Four University of Stirling athletes have been named in the Scottish Student Rugby squad that will take on Ireland this weekend.
A Scottish Government minister has visited the University of Stirling to hear how its experts are leading a £1.85 million study investigating how marine plastics transport bacteria and viruses.
A project designed to improve the health of football fans has proven to be more effective in boosting physical activity in men than other similar programmes, according to new research.
Researchers at the University of Stirling are using a classic card game to develop an academic discipline called the Sociology of Bridge.