May 2019 news
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Stirling students were celebrating after scooping a host of accolades at a national journalism awards ceremony.
The University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture has triumphed at a national awards ceremony.
Sheep living in the remote outpost of St Kilda are more susceptible to infection if they have recently given birth to lambs, according to new research involving the University of Stirling.
Students’ achievements in volunteering, internships and placements have been celebrated at an annual University of Stirling awards ceremony.
The economic and environmental benefits of natural flood defences will be explored in a £467,000 University of Stirling-led project.
Experts at the University of Stirling have signed a major new deal to provide omega-3 testing to a world leader in the sector.
The risk of 11 to 16-year-olds taking up smoking has reduced following the introduction of a ban on the open display of tobacco products in the UK, according to a new University of Stirling study.
The death of a close friend can cause a major decline in physical health and psychological wellbeing – with the impact being felt for up to four years, research has revealed.
Six University of Stirling athletes have been recognised as part of the inaugural Watermans Unsung Sporting Hero campaign which celebrates personalities making their mark across the sporting landscape.
Experts at the University of Stirling are part of a new £5.9 million research consortium looking at how the marketing of alcohol, tobacco and unhealthy food and drink has a detrimental impact on health.
A University of Stirling faculty and division have been recognised for their continued commitment to equality.
A £21.7 million project which will transform the student experience at the heart of the University of Stirling is underway.
Levels of second-hand smoke in Scotland’s prisons fell by more than 80 percent in the week after smoking was banned, according to new University of Stirling research.
The University of Stirling’s golf team retained the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Team Championship this past week after a dominant performance against the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Many women do not seek early treatment for pelvic organ prolapse due to confusion and a lack of awareness around the condition’s symptoms – and feelings of shame and embarrassment – according to new research.