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Flavoured cigarette use by children overlooked, study finds

The widespread use of menthol cigarettes in underage smokers has been overlooked according to new research from the University of Stirling and Cardiff University.

Flavoured cigarette use by children overlooked, study finds

Better understanding of seafood sales messaging could improve global trade

Ahead of the first global seafood trade show of the year, research sheds new light on differences in seafood marketing messages between different regions of the world.

Better understanding of seafood sales messaging could improve global trade

Calls to extend programme which supports people with alcohol problems in Glasgow’s Deep End Practices

A new study shows the effectiveness of specialist addictions nurses in general practices in the most disadvantaged areas of Glasgow in treating alcohol problems.

Calls to extend programme which supports people with alcohol problems in Glasgow’s Deep End Practices

Green light for major aquaculture research facility at University of Stirling

A £17m world-class research and innovation facility at the University of Stirling has moved a step closer, after the ambitious plans were approved by Stirling Council.

Green light for major aquaculture research facility at University of Stirling

Stirling social scientists honoured by Academy

Two University of Stirling staff members have been announced as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Stirling social scientists honoured by Academy