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Replicas are also ‘the real thing’ say researchers

Heritage specialists at the University of Stirling are calling on those who create, use and care for replicas to rethink their approaches after launching a new website to promote recognition of their authenticity, value and significance

Replicas are also ‘the real thing’ say researchers

Scotland should review workplace health and safety measures in light of pandemic, says expert

An occupational health expert is calling for a major review of workplace health and safety in Scotland following “failings” revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Scotland should review workplace health and safety measures in light of pandemic, says expert

Five studies launched into drug-related harms and deaths

Experts from the University of Stirling have launched five interdisciplinary research projects to address drug-related harms and deaths in Scotland.

Five studies launched into drug-related harms and deaths

Bees’ buzz is more powerful for pollination, than for defence or flight

Buzzing by bees during flower pollination is significantly more powerful than that used for defence or flight, according to a new study from experts at the University of Stirling.

Bees’ buzz is more powerful for pollination, than for defence or flight

Stirling expert part of team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material

A University of Stirling academic is part of a team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material – which could be used to make items such as bike locks, armour and security doors.

Stirling expert part of team that has developed the world’s first “non-cuttable” material