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Dancers' brainwaves under the spotlight in art and science link-up

Looking at dancers' brain activity as they perform is at the centre of a new body of science and arts activity between the University of Stirling and Macrobert Arts Centre.

Dancers' brainwaves under the spotlight in art and science link-up

Leading Stirling academic joins UK research panel

A leading University of Stirling academic has been announced as a member of a UK-wide research panel.

Leading Stirling academic joins UK research panel

Pollination mystery unlocked by Stirling bee researchers

Bees latch on to similarly-sized nectarless flowers to unpick pollen – like keys fitting into locks, University of Stirling scientists have discovered.

Pollination mystery unlocked by Stirling bee researchers

Egyptian mortality mystery in tilapia fish closer to being solved

A new virus that has decimated fish populations in Ecuador and Israel has spread to Egypt, according to a new report from the University of Stirling and WorldFish.

Egyptian mortality mystery in tilapia fish closer to being solved

World-first surveillance strategy shaped by Stirling expertise

The operation of surveillance cameras is the subject of a new UK strategy, shaped by a University of Stirling privacy expert.

World-first surveillance strategy shaped by Stirling expertise