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Perspectives on this blog include invited interviews and contributions from the University of Stirling Research & Enterprise network, including academics, policy makers, research management staff.
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Research Profile: Adam Hayward

Adam Hayward; Research Profile; @adhayward18; Email Eleven years ago, I took a class on Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution during my degree at the University of Nottingham. Last week, I found myself back at Nottingham and in the same class, but… Continue Reading →

Do you never forget a face?

By Dr Anna K Bobak, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Psychology Do you never forget a face? Some people don’t, some people do after enough time has passed, while others struggle to learn faces in the first place.  For many years scientists have… 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 →

Breaking the Boundaries: A conversation with DogFish

On 7th November, Rachel & Fiona met Ross Tuffee from DOGFI.SH Mobile who are based on campus in the Stirling University Innovation Park (SUIP). Back in 2014, Rachel had discussions with DOGFI.SH about creating a research app and since then DOGFI.SH have kept… Continue Reading →

Research Profile: Kirsty Loudon

Kirsty Loudon: Research Profile; Twitter; Email I am an enthusiastic postdoctoral fellow, passionate about my work and being in the wild outdoors. There is nothing like running in the hills, especially on a calm sunny autumnal day. I have two… 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 →

Legal Consciousness and Subjectivity: Women’s Rights and Violence in Bolivia

A profile of her doctoral research topic by Ashley Rogers, PhD candidate in Faculty of Social Sciences Research Profile; T: @rogers_ashley1 E: Ashley Rogers      Since Evo Morales became the first indigenous president in 2006, Bolivia has witnessed many changes… Continue Reading →

Dr Line Caes – A Research Profile

Line joined the University of Stirling as a Lecturer in Psychology in July 2016 and we were impressed by how quickly she settled in – getting her RMS page up and running on Day 2! – and wanted to know… Continue Reading →

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