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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?

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 →

Thinking about Drinking: A Year in the Life of an Alcohol Researcher at Stirling

Niamh was active in helping the media understand the implications of the 2016 new alcohol guidelines. Here she discusses what happened as a result of the publication of the new guidelines and how the media portray the facts in their… Continue Reading →

Enhancing ethics

By Helen Young, Research Policy Officer, Research & Enterprise Office Research ethics isn’t new but the way we do things at Stirling is….. Are you aware there is a new ethics process at the university? Looking to enhance the ethics… Continue Reading →

Research & Scholarly Communications team

By Lisa Haddow, Research & Scholarly Communications Team Manager The Research and Scholarly Communications team will provide a tailored support service to the research community, in order to support the University’s ambitions to grow research income and activity. We came… Continue Reading →

#Vitae16 – Perspective from Stirling Graduate School

By Lynne Barrett, Stirling Graduate School Following on from the excellent post by Katharine Reibig, some further reflections on the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference; this time from a Stirling Graduate School perspective. Of particular interest to myself and Steph… Continue Reading →

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