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It has been another year of phenomenal success for athletes at Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence, with hauls of medals on the world stage, record-breaking runs in national cup tournaments and an impressive overall ranking in UK student sport competitions.
A Stirling history expert is to join the Board of Trustees of National Museums Scotland.
Support for care experienced Stirling students welcomed by shadow education minister Roz McCall MSP
University of Stirling footballers have drawn Championship side Airdrieonians in the third round of the SPFL Trust Trophy after securing a convincing win over Clyde earlier this week.
The University of Stirling has formed a new partnership with the National Trust for Scotland to enhance research, teaching and learning.
University of Stirling swimmers have returned from the inaugural Under-23 European Championships with two gold and four silver medals for Great Britain.
A delegation of Ukrainian academics have travelled to the University of Stirling for a joint research project aimed at improving water quality in the war-torn country.
Award-winning visual artist Audrey Grant has been appointed as the University of Stirling’s latest Artist-in-Residence.
The media can play its part in reducing stigma surrounding substance use, according to two University of Stirling academics.
Four swimmers from the University of Stirling have been selected to compete in this weekend’s inaugural LEN European Under-23 Championships in Ireland.
University of Stirling researchers are taking the next steps towards using hemp seed as a sustainable protein source for Scottish salmon feeds.
A new research study aiming to tackle the number of children breathing in second-hand smoke at home is launching in Lanarkshire.
Recent changes to Scotland’s tax raising powers can’t be ignored, says University of Stirling economist
Changes today to Scotland’s tax raising powers come at a crucial time for the country’s economy, according to University of Stirling economist Professor David Bell.