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Beech trees native to Scotland after all, scientists discover

Beech trees should be considered native to Scotland – despite a long-running debate over their national identity, researchers at the University of Stirling and Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA) report.

Beech trees native to Scotland after all, scientists discover

Aquaculture experts make a splash at Royal Highland Show

Scientists from the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture made a splash at this year’s Royal Highland Show, promoting the Scottish aquaculture industry to hundreds of school children.

Aquaculture experts make a splash at Royal Highland Show

Social status of listener alters our voice

People tend to change the pitch of their voice depending on who they are talking to, and how dominant they feel, a study by the University of Stirling has found.

Social status of listener alters our voice

Stirling students earn passport to brighter future

Almost 50 students will begin degree courses this year after graduating from a University of Stirling access to higher education programme.

Stirling students earn passport to brighter future

Importance of GPs in reducing alcohol-related harms

Two new reports launched involving the University of Stirling highlight the important role that GPs have in raising the issue of alcohol use in GP consultations.

 Importance of GPs in reducing alcohol-related harms