November 2021 news
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Fish farming by-products have the potential to increase the sustainability of aquaculture, and contribute to other sectors – such as food, diet supplements, animal feed and cosmetics, according to a new study.
The health visiting team at the University of Stirling has received a prestigious award from UNICEF in recognition of the high levels of breastfeeding training it provides to its students.
Experts from the University of Stirling are to play a leading role in a new ESRC research centre, which will tackle critical social and economic issues – from evolving policing, to social care and intergenerational inequality.
An Honorary Professor from the University of Stirling has made a breakthrough in resolving a key conflict in the world’s quest for net zero – how to reconcile tree planting and food production.
A former professional footballer who played at the top level in Scotland with Hibs has set his sights on a career in football management after graduating from the University of Stirling.
Toni Shaw and Ollie Carter were the University of Stirling’s top performers at the BUCS Short Course Swimming Championships this past weekend as the team won 24 medals in Sheffield.
Deprivation-based inequalities in physical activity between Scotland’s children were already growing before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.
The first ever student to achieve a postgraduate degree at the University of Stirling has returned to campus to congratulate its 100,000th graduate.
A long-serving University of Stirling professor has been appointed Head of its world-leading Institute of Aquaculture.
Legal experts at the University of Stirling have launched a new study to ensure that consumer laws are as ‘smart’ as the emerging technologies that they regulate.
The life and career of Scottish football legend Billy Bremner will be the focus of a new sports heritage project, led by the University of Stirling.
The University of Stirling welcomed two international delegations to campus last week, coinciding with the launch of Scotland’s International Environment Centre (SIEC).
City Region Deal project puts Stirling and Clackmannanshire at the heart of global mission. An ambitious package of work to support sustainable jobs, growth and inward investment is officially underway, following a high-profile launch event in Clackmannanshire yesterday (Thursday 11th November).
University of Stirling student, Ross Whyte, has been selected to represent Team GB at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
A University of Stirling lecturer has been appointed Regional Clean Air Champion for Scotland, to help develop solutions to air quality challenges as part of the UK’s Clean Air Programme.
Stirling journalism students are helping to tell the untold stories of the devastating impact of climate change thanks to a new international initiative.
A pioneering environmental recovery project that will turn the Forth Valley into a living laboratory is being launched to an international audience today [November 9] at global climate summit COP26.
Staff and students from the University of Stirling are celebrating after receiving major recognition at the Student Nursing Times Awards.
Partners in an international conservation research project have signed a crucial scientific collaboration agreement at world climate summit COP26.
A new research project led by a University of Stirling academic is to shake-up the way British history is taught to school children and presented to the public in order to promote tolerance.
Decision-makers must deploy targeted public health messaging to tackle COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among groups where uptake is particularly low, according to new University of Stirling research.
As world climate summit COP26 begins today, researchers at the University of Stirling have created a video game that puts players in the position of the world leaders gathering there.