Extremes in Science & Society is one of 12 University of Stirling research programmes that brings together researchers from across the University to conduct interdisciplinary research in particular areas of strength.
As a programme, our research focuses on how societies and ecosystems might better respond to extremes, which can range from those affecting individuals to those affecting populations. Find out more in the ‘Research Themes‘ page and about specific research projects under the ‘Projects‘ page.
Led by Professor Alistair Jump and Dr Fiona Millar, the Programme brings together a diverse group of researchers from all five University Faculties – find out more about our programme members under ‘People‘ page.
For more information on Extremes in Science & Society please follow us on Twitter @StirExtreme and for more on the other research programmes please visit https://www.stir.ac.uk/research/research-programmes/
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