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.
Adopting a new methodology approach could address concerns about student satisfaction surveys, according to new research.
Giant pandas living in zoos outside their native latitude range may not have optimal welfare if their body clocks are out of sync, new research by the University of Stirling has found.
Experts at the University of Stirling have taken a deep dive into COVID-19 conspiracy theories in new research that aims to combat digital disinformation or ‘fake news’.
A study by the University of Stirling has found first-time participants in parkruns are more likely to return if events are near to freshwater and woodland.
The University of Stirling has formed a new partnership with the National Trust for Scotland to enhance research, teaching and learning.
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.
A new research study aiming to tackle the number of children breathing in second-hand smoke at home is launching in Lanarkshire.
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
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.
An experiment given the green light by University of Stirling experts could halve emissions from wastewater treatment facilities.
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.
Speed dating study co-authored by University of Stirling academic finds opposites don’t attract
The UK Branded content industry, where advertising and media combine, is a fast-growing sector that needs better regulation, according to new research.
Drug taking at football matches has superseded alcohol as a major safety concern, according to new research led by health and behaviour experts at the University of Stirling.
Trees are growing at record-breaking heights atop Scotland’s Munros, new research by the University of Stirling has found.
Miles Briggs MSP has opened up for the first time about his father’s alcohol use, as, together with Monica Lennon MSP, he backs a campaign aimed at reducing the stigma that surrounds deaths due to alcohol and drugs.
The University of Stirling has successfully bid for funding in the first phase of a multi-million pound levelling up programme designed to benefit all four nations of the UK.
World leading health experts say aviation industry must act on cabin fumes as they launch new medical guidance
A group of world leading health and scientific experts are calling on the aviation industry to take action to protect passengers and aircrew from dangerous cabin fumes which they say have led to a new emerging disease.
Stirling scientist to lead investigation into climate change unknowns in the Arctic.
On 21 April, the University of Stirling held an event where over 75 healthcare professionals attended to hear about the latest research and innovation into musculoskeletal conditions.
New high-tech lab for the study of brain function across the lifespan is first of its kind in Scotland.
New study finds adolescent girls in Bangladesh are at risk of nutritional deficiency even if they live in a seafood rich area.
Researchers looking at fuel use for cooking in Kenya and Malawi have found residents in the countries informal settlements are being exposed to worrying levels of pollution.
Sports heritage experts at the University of Stirling have been appointed to evaluate a major celebration of football in Scotland.
A University of Stirling heritage expert has been awarded a prestigious grant to explore the contemporary meanings and values of the Stone of Destiny.
An inaugural celebration of forestry research will showcase the work of postgraduate students.
University of Stirling academic Professor Leigh Sparks, an international expert in retail, has been named a top influencer in his field.
A new comic is telling the stories of forgotten HIV and AIDs campaigners who played a major role in tackling stigma and prejudice faced by sufferers in the 1980s.
We can learn valuable lessons from campaigns that highlight the injustices of Scotland’s witch hunts, says a criminology expert from the University of Stirling.
New research from the University of Stirling has found that dangerous bacteria are able to survive the journey from sewage treatment plants to beaches on microplastic pollution.
Primary school children spend less time playing and learning outdoors, University study finds.
The University of Stirling is working with a Ukrainian university to monitor water quality in the war-torn country.
An international project led by the University of Stirling is to investigate how people living with dementia can be better included in decisions taken in their communities.
Professor Andrew Tyler has spoken of the University’s work to mitigate the effects of climate change to mark the 30th anniversary of World Water Day.
Professor Dave Little of the University’s world-renowned Institute of Aquaculture used the resource to discover that adolescent girls in Bangladesh are particularly vulnerable.
The first resource of its kind to support those living with Long Covid and the healthcare professionals involved in their care, has been launched by experts from the University of Stirling.
Growing mushrooms alongside trees could feed millions and mitigate effects of climate change, research finds
Growing edible mushrooms alongside trees can produce a valuable food source for millions of people while capturing carbon, mitigating the impact of climate change, a new study by University of Stirling scientists has found.
University of Stirling expert in substance use and inclusion health recognised by Academy of Social Sciences
One of the country’s leading experts in substance use and inclusion health, Professor Tessa Parkes, has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
A new way to manage insect pests' resistance to greener pesticides is needed, according to analysis by University of Stirling scientists.
Social science researchers at the University of Stirling will “hit the ground running” after major £1.25m funding boost
The University of Stirling has received a major funding boost that will have a major impact on social sciences research.
The public’s concerns about climate change could reduce support for natural gas as an alternative fuel source, research suggests.
Researchers at the University of Stirling are looking for frequent visitors to the The National Wallace Monument to take part in a tourism study.
Two Scottish researchers are attempting to piece together part of Scotland’s religious past by combining hi-tech science with historical knowledge.
Experts in ageing, dementia and housing at the University of Stirling shared their pioneering research and ambitious plans with UK Government Minister for Scotland Malcolm Offord during a visit to campus today.
Reduced subject choice under Curriculum for Excellence is affecting opportunities and outcomes for Scotland’s young people, research finds
Curriculum narrowing and a reduced choice of school subjects under the Curriculum for Excellence are affecting outcomes for Scotland’s young people, according to a new study from the University of Stirling.