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Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

New research by experts at the University of Stirling has debunked existing assumptions about why hoverflies use different techniques for pollination than those used by bees.

Bees versus flies – which flex their muscles most?

Stirling leads project to support international aquaculture research

Experts from the University of Stirling will deliver a new project that will further enhance the European aquaculture sector’s access to innovative and world-class scientific research.

Stirling leads project to support international aquaculture research

University of Stirling appointed as host of Scotland’s Hydro Nation Chair

The University of Stirling will host and lead a £3.5m initiative to make Scotland a global leader in water research.

University of Stirling appointed as host of Scotland’s Hydro Nation Chair

New report highlights barriers to accessing housing for ex-Service personnel

New research published today [8th December] highlights the challenges Service leavers face accessing and sustaining housing after leaving the Armed Forces, despite improvements made in recent years.

New report highlights barriers to accessing housing for ex-Service personnel

Stirling ageing expert to speak at international ‘futures’ event

A leading expert in ageing from the University of Stirling is to give a talk to an international symposium exploring the needs, hopes and responsibilities of different age groups and our futures.

Stirling ageing expert to speak at international ‘futures’ event