October 2023 news
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A unique theatre experience is coming to Alloa where the audience is invited to steer the play.
UK Government plans to safeguard the public when it comes to surveillance technologies will do the opposite, a new report warns.
The aquaculture sector needs more effective governance to be sustainable, according to new research co-authored by an expert at the University of Stirling.
A polar scientist from the University of Stirling is joining an expedition to Antarctica with 94 other women leaders.
University of Stirling health experts are to study the success of a new Cancer Research UK-funded scheme which aims to reduce cancer diagnosis waiting times in Scotland.
The University of Stirling is putting on a host of exciting events – all of them free – to spread the word about social science to the local community in Clackmannanshire.
A unique art event took place this week in Glasgow chronicling the findings of a research study into the effects of managed alcohol programmes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Better air quality monitoring techniques are needed to assess the acute impacts of pollution on people with asthma, according to new research by the University of Stirling.
New research suggests the fast-growing UK employee ownership sector is markedly outperforming the UK’s national productivity trend whilst simultaneously contributing to employee wellbeing, fair pay, community resilience and commitment to net zero.
A large-scale review of two key UK policy areas reveals that health outcomes are largely missing when it comes to shaping our urban centres.
A University of Stirling research team investigating the impact of dementia on couples with a learning disability has been recognised with a top award.
Exercise bingo, a virtual reality (VR) walking game and an online music and movement programme are hoping to boost the physical activity, health, and wellbeing of older people after receiving funding from the University of Stirling.
Visiting inland freshwater spaces improves mental health, a new University of Stirling study has found.
Pupils from schools in Stirling and Clackmannanshire are the latest to benefit from a pioneering initiative helping them to prepare for a climate-changed future.
Students from the University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (UCASS) in Beijing are on campus as part of a unique doctorate programme being run jointly with Stirling Management School.
Scandal alone can't explain the crisis facing the Scottish National Party, according to a new report.
A pioneering project led by University of Stirling scientists aims to develop a new carbon negative food source.
A new research centre focusing on school curriculum making – the first of its kind in the UK - has opened at the University of Stirling.