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EPSRC Early Career Researcher Forum

Jess Enright; Research Profile; @researcherjess; Email  In Summer 2016, Jess applied and successfully secured a place on the EPSRC Early Career Researcher’s Forum. After her first meeting on 2nd November, we invited her to share what she learnt about the EPSRC… Continue Reading →

Peer review in practice

After spotting the report by Claire Squires, Simon Rowberry and Dorothy Butchard, researchers on the Peer Review project at Stirling, during Peer Review Week 2016, we contacted them for a post on their report, the project itself and why they are… Continue Reading →

Why will studies of exercise and nutrition for healthy ageing achieve high altmetric scores? An interview with Dr Oliver Witard

Interview with Oliver Witard, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, by Lauren Wilson and Fiona Millar Reflecting back on some of the headlines by University of Stirling researchers in 2016, the work done by the Physiology, Exercise & Nutrition Research Group… Continue Reading →

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 →

Introduction to the Research Hub Project

By Lauren Wilson, Research Systems Manager I am delighted to be writing about the launch of the new Research Hub project, after lots of time spent working with colleagues to review and consider the details of the required upgrade of… 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 →

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