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University of Stirling swimmers Duncan Scott and Lucy Hope have returned from the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, with four medals between them.
Katharine Abernethy, a Professor in Tropical Ecology at the University of Stirling, has received one of the British Ecological Society’s highest honours.
University of Stirling research to probe potentially catastrophic impact of climate change and nitrogen pollution on soil
When Sue Northrop signed up for a Masters in Dementia Studies at the University of Stirling, she was caring for her mother with dementia and finding a new role in life as a community activist. Nine years on, she fronts one of the most progressive dementia groups in the country.
A new study by the University of Stirling has sought to understand why vegetarians consume non-meat animal products.
Greenhouse gas emissions from ponds in Scotland have been measured by a University of Stirling scientist as part of a major new international study.
University of Stirling health expert Professor Kate Hunt has been made a Fellow of the British Academy.
Research explores whether free Nicotine Replacement Therapy can cut children’s exposure to second-hand smoke in the home
A new research study aiming to tackle the number of children breathing in second-hand smoke at home is launching in Lanarkshire.
The University of Stirling has netted a hat-trick at the prestigious Heist Awards, which celebrate excellence and innovation in education marketing.
An experiment given the green light by University of Stirling experts could halve emissions from wastewater treatment facilities.
The first collection of its kind capturing the stories and experiences of a Scottish university community through the global pandemic has been launched.
Eight swimmers from the University of Stirling – representing four countries – are jetting off to Japan in the coming days ahead of the World Aquatics Championships.
Researchers at the University of Stirling exploring the long-term outcomes for trafficked children in Scotland have found that children face ‘system trauma’ connected to navigating the asylum, welfare and child protection systems.
Former University of Stirling tennis scholar Maia Lumsden and partner Naiktha Bains have made the quarter finals at Wimbledon with a third successive win in the Ladies' Doubles.
Former University of Stirling tennis scholar Maia Lumsden continues to make excellent progress at this year's Wimbledon - winning her second round match in the Ladies' Doubles.
Two University of Stirling staff have played a formative role in developing a major Scottish Government policy paper.
St Modan’s pupil is the University of Stirling’s first Career Ready intern
Speed dating study co-authored by University of Stirling academic finds opposites don’t attract
Former University of Stirling golf scholar Graeme Robertson will compete in The Open Championship later this month after securing his spot in Final Qualifying.
The first programme of its kind to support academy players at two professional football clubs in Scotland is seeking fresh funding after overwhelming success.
The UK Branded content industry, where advertising and media combine, is a fast-growing sector that needs better regulation, according to new research.