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Study reveals impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds

Experts at the University of Stirling have shed new light on the impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds.

Study reveals impact of habitat fragmentation on migrant birds

Innovative approach to repeat offending shows promise

The Aberdeen Problem-Solving Approach, which aims to reduce the use of custodial sentences and cut reoffending for persistent offenders, has the potential to be extended to other areas, after a new report published today said it “shows promise”.

Innovative approach to repeat offending shows promise

97% reduction in second-hand smoke exposure revealed by Stirling-led study

The amount of second-hand smoke inhaled by non-smoking Scots has fallen by over 97% over the past 20 years, University of Stirling-led research has found.

97% reduction in second-hand smoke exposure revealed by Stirling-led study

‘Generation rent’ suffer mental health issues

Being forced to live long-term in private rented housing is impacting negatively on young people’s mental health a new study, led by University of Stirling academic Dr Kim McKee, has found.

‘Generation rent’ suffer mental health issues

Women’s football roots revealed – as Stirling researcher announces inaugural seminar

The first recorded evidence of women’s football in Europe has been commemorated – as a University of Stirling research student announced an inaugural seminar celebrating the beautiful game.

Women’s football roots revealed – as Stirling researcher announces inaugural seminar