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Scotland’s energy future inquiry informed by University of Stirling expertise

A major inquiry into Scotland’s future energy requirements has benefited from input from a University of Stirling academic.

Scotland’s energy future inquiry informed by University of Stirling expertise

MSc student on track to boost cervical cancer screening attendance rates

A Stirling student is expecting to boost cervical cancer screening attendance rates in Iceland by at least 5% after launching an innovative project as part of her MSc course.

MSc student on track to boost cervical cancer screening attendance rates

Looked after children in Scotland have faced ‘significant neglect and maltreatment’ before entering care

Almost 90% of children aged five and under - studied as part of a major new research project led by the University of Stirling - experienced abuse or neglect before entering care.

Looked after children in Scotland have faced ‘significant neglect and maltreatment’ before entering care

Innovative approach to tackling pesticide resistance evolution

A new £620,000 study led by the University of Stirling is taking a “revolutionary approach” in attempting to tackle resistance to pesticides in insects.

Innovative approach to tackling pesticide resistance evolution

£680k study to tackle aquaculture disease

A new £680,000 project will use cutting-edge techniques to tackle antimicrobial resistance in Vietnamese catfish – a key challenge for the global aquaculture industry.

£680k study to tackle aquaculture disease