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The app allowing people to explore Scotland’s heritage during lockdown

A free smartphone app – created by a University of Stirling academic – is helping people to experience and explore Scotland’s coalmining heritage and the remnants of the industry during the current COVID-19 lockdown.

The app allowing people to explore Scotland’s heritage during lockdown

Stirling receives £1.2 million to study global sustainability

A new £1.2 million project – led by the University of Stirling – is aiming to “deliver critical step change” to help resolve conflicts between the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Stirling receives £1.2 million to study global sustainability

Self-paced exercise may be key to improving children’s attention, memory and wellbeing

Outdoor classroom breaks involving 15 minutes of self-paced exercise may improve children’s attention, memory and wellbeing, according to new research.

Self-paced exercise may be key to improving children’s attention, memory and wellbeing

Stirling academic offers glimpse into the future of tropical forests

A University of Stirling academic has played a key role in an international research project into what the future may hold for the world’s tropical forests, and how that data can shape governments’ policies.

Stirling academic offers glimpse into the future of tropical forests

Stirling expert’s potentially life-saving advice to COVID-19 social workers

A leading expert from the University of Stirling is providing potentially life-saving advice to social workers around the world as they tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Stirling expert’s potentially life-saving advice to COVID-19 social workers