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AstraZeneca suspension did not impact vaccine intentions

New research from the University of Stirling has shown that the suspension of the AstraZeneca vaccination had no effect on the UK general public’s intention of getting the vaccination.

AstraZeneca suspension did not impact vaccine intentions

A walk in the park: has the Covid-19 travel response opened the door to a new direction on climate policy?

New research has found that during the pandemic people in England and Scotland ditched the car, preferring to walk or cycle.

A walk in the park: has the Covid-19 travel response opened the door to a new direction on climate policy?

University of Stirling to develop new adult social care Centre

The University of Stirling is partnering with the University of Birmingham, as part of a broader consortium of key stakeholders from across the four nations of the UK, to develop a new Centre for adult social care.

University of Stirling to develop new adult social care Centre

Stirling study to analyse attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccines

One year on from the original UK coronavirus lockdown, a study led by the University of Stirling is under way to understand attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccines.

Stirling study to analyse attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccines

Alaskan expedition helps unravel history of invasive plant

An Alaskan expedition and large-scale study led by a University of Stirling scientist has tracked the origin of an invasive plant population in the UK, tracing it back to the remote Aleutian Islands.

Alaskan expedition helps unravel history of invasive plant