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Half of Scots “not confident” in giving CPR, study finds

Half of the Scottish adult population do not feel confident administering CPR – and more than a fifth do not know when it is required, according to a new study led by the University of Stirling.

Half of Scots “not confident” in giving CPR, study finds

Unique Argos catalogue collection shows changes in consumer habits

A complete collection of Argos catalogues – held by the University of Stirling’s Institute for Retail Studies – has offered a unique insight into changing consumer habits over the years.

Unique Argos catalogue collection shows changes in consumer habits

Stirling awards Japan its first gold for dementia design

The University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) has awarded its first international gold accreditation for excellence in dementia design.

Stirling awards Japan its first gold for dementia design

Stirling scientist secures £3.4 million to tackle tobacco-related harm in Asia and Africa

A team of researchers, led by the University of Stirling, has been awarded £3.4 million from the Global Challenges Research Fund to reduce tobacco-related harm in low and middle income countries in Asia and Africa.

Stirling scientist secures £3.4 million to tackle tobacco-related harm in Asia and Africa

Beavers’ unique ability to restore landscapes revealed

Beavers’ exceptional ability to re-create diverse wetland landscapes that are home to a wide variety of species, has been revealed by researchers at the University of Stirling.

Beavers’ unique ability to restore landscapes revealed