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New project seeks to sharpen up cleaner fish vaccinations

A team of UK researchers has received funding to optimise the formulation and delivery of a key vaccination given to protect ballan wrasse from disease, which could unlock the greater use of cleaner fish to control sea lice on salmon farms.

New project seeks to sharpen up cleaner fish vaccinations

Climate change risk tool to recognise impact on children for the first time

Researchers working with UNICEF have created the Climate Change Vulnerability Index to assess the impact of climate change on children for the first time.

Climate change risk tool to recognise impact on children for the first time

How trees can help the UK reach Net Zero

University of Stirling researchers are part of a new £10.5m UK programme focussing on how trees can enable the UK to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions.

How trees can help the UK reach Net Zero

New project to explore the creation of resilient habitats

Experts from the University of Stirling are part of a new consortium seeking to develop a new approach to defining success in ecological restoration

New project to explore the creation of resilient habitats

Could drug checking help prevent harms in Scotland?

A team of experts working in partnership with the University of Stirling is exploring how drug checking services could be developed for Scotland in order to reduce harms.

Could drug checking help prevent harms in Scotland?