Ahead of roadshows for their next themed call on ‘Scotland 2030’, we invited programme manager of SUII (Scottish Universities Insight Institute), Nicola Duncan to give us the lowdown on the Scottish Universities Insight Institute.
Where do you hold your research data? Laptops, portable hard-drives, USBs, Dropbox? These devices are not necessarily safe or secure and could be in breach of your funders’ policies.
Tanya Wilson from the Economics Division of Stirling Management School has been awarded the 2016 Royal Economic Society prize for her paper Unemployment and Domestic Violence: Theory and Evidence. The Royal Economic Society prize was introduced in 1990 and is… Continue Reading →
By Rachel Beaton and Lauren Wilson, Research & Enterprise Office Professor Judith Phillips took up her appointment as the University’s Deputy Principal (Research) in March 2016. Since then Judith has taken time to get to know the research ‘DNA’ of Stirling, to look… Continue Reading →
For all; Scottish, penultimate year, undergraduate students the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland’s Vacation Scholarships offers the opportunity to spend a summer undertaking a research. This post explores two different perspectives on the scheme: Kathleen Stosch, a University… Continue Reading →
By Morag Macpherson, Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Computing Science and Maths As an academic, communicating (often jargon-heavy) research to a lay audience is a difficult task. It can push us outside our comfort zone, and force us to look at the… Continue Reading →
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