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Resources for Researchers at Stirling

At Stirling we have a great range of resources to support our staff including opportunities specifically targeted at researchers as well as training which is open to all.  We also have access to a range of external on-line materials, and… Continue Reading →

Iridis Launch – 21st September 2017

On Thursday 21 September (World Alzheimers Day), Lisa Idebolo, Research Policy Officer, and Jennifer Noble, Contracts Manager, from Research & Innovation Services attended the launch of the Iridis app in the University of Stirling’s innovative Iris Murdoch building. The Iridis… Continue Reading →

SUII – Scotland 2030

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. 

Major Funding Initiatives Workshop – Tuesday 27th June

On Tuesday, Research & Innovation Services hosted their first Major Funding Initiatives Workshop with the aim to support our research community and researchers prepare for key calls and to stimulate the discussion of new ideas. For the workshop, teams of researchers from… Continue Reading →

ODA Compliance

If you’re applying for funds from calls such as the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) you need to be Official Development Assistance (ODA) compliant (catchy!). But what does that mean?

3MThesis

On 30th May 2017, the Stirling Graduate School ran the popular three minute thesis competition.  With 8 participants representing 4 of the 5 faculties and around 60 audience members, the event was a great opportunity for our PhD community to come… Continue Reading →

Citizens and Smart Cities

Fiona recently accompanied William & Charles at their SmartGov Virtual Conference hosted at Stirling. In between tweeting the discussions of the conference, Fiona was really interested to know more about Smart Cities, so she asked Charles & William to explain… Continue Reading →

Royal Economic Society Prize Winner – Tanya Wilson

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 →

Scottish Parliament and Universities Knowledge Exchange Seminar April 2017

Monday 24th April A gorgeous sunny day in Glasgow set a positive mood for some exciting discussions around Knowledge Exchange (KE). The day’s event brought together a network of knowledge exchange professionals from across Scotland’s universities with a particular focus on… Continue Reading →

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