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£300k project explores role of feed strategies in parasite control

A new £300,000 study involving University of Stirling experts and a leading animal feed manufacturer is aiming to explore how certain feed ingredients can reduce infections in farmed fish.

£300k project explores role of feed strategies in parasite control

Routine sparring in boxing can affect brain performance

Routine sparring in boxing can cause short-term impairments in brain-to-muscle communication and decreased memory performance, according to new research.

Routine sparring in boxing can affect brain performance

Informal approach key to tackling drinking in pregnancy

Health professionals should adopt a conversational approach and focus on building trust when discussing alcohol consumption with pregnant women, midwives have told researchers.

Informal approach key to tackling drinking in pregnancy

Stirling graduates make national television debut

University of Stirling graduates' documentary about a mixed martial artist is to air on the BBC Scotland channel tonight.

Stirling graduates make national television debut

Banning trophy hunting can have a detrimental impact, experts say

Experts have outlined “compelling evidence” that suggests banning trophy hunting can negatively affect conservation – arguing that unregulated killings are far more prevalent in non-hunting zones.

Banning trophy hunting can have a detrimental impact, experts say