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At Plymouth you'll uncover new passions and dive deep into what you love

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Take advantage of a great opportunity to chat with us and learn more about what it's like to study here

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Take your learning and your career further by making the most of our rewarding postgraduate opportunities

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Designed to enhance your learning experience and offer practical hands-on opportunities for skills development

 
 
 
 
 
Saving soils, securing food production, and building climate resilience – we're working in the field with farmers and landowners to co-create solutions.
We believe that developing practical approaches to using advanced agricultural and soil sensor technology can lead to productive, sustainable, and healthy landscapes.
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Addressing the challenge of sustainably feeding an expanding global population

We're innovating in-field research and technology for sustainable food, climate resilience and healthy soil

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Opinion: South West ‘living lab’ to answer key sustainability questions

Centre of Research excellence in Intelligent and Sustainable Productive Systems

Centre of Research Excellence in Intelligent and Sustainable Productive Systems

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Sustainable Food Production Research Group

We use our expertise and state-of-the-art facilities for action, working in partnership, and investing in people and skills to address the sustainable exploitation of our oceans.

Professor Judith Petts CBE
Vice-Chancellor and CEO, University of Plymouth
 
 
 
 
 

Events coming up

FinVision Research Project
Public talk: Getting to know our local fishes

FinVision research project

14 June 2024 18:00 - 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
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