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University appoints award-winning architects to work on new Engineering and Design facility
The University of Plymouth has appointed internationally award-winning architectural practice Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to create an iconic new Engineering and Design facility on the western edge of its main campus.
- University of Plymouth plans cutting-edge engineering block for 2022 – Business Live
- FCBS wins second major university project in two days – Architects Journal
- FCBS wins second university contest in two days – Building Design
Most Christmas jumpers contain plastic
National media coverage references a 2016 University of Plymouth study which showed that washing clothes can release up to 750,000 microscopic fibres into the marine environment.
- Most Christmas jumpers contain plastic, environmental charity warns – BBC News
- Christmas jumpers add to plastic pollution crisis, says charity – The Guardian
- Christmas jumpers are contributing to the plastic crisis, charity says as it urges people not to buy them – Daily Telegraph
- Jumpers are not just for Christmas – Daily Mail
- Christmas jumpers fuelling pollution crisis – The Week
The Mayflower – 400 years on
Dr Kathryn Gray, Associate Professor (Reader) in Early American Literature, talks on Radio 4's Sunday programme about the legacy of the Mayflower and the impact it had on local communities in New England.
Listen to the original broadcast – https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000cnbb.
Could dark carbon be concealing the true scale of ocean ‘dead zones’?
A study led by Dr Sabine Lengger measured the stable isotopes of organic carbon in sediment cores taken from the ocean floor.
- Ocean dead zones could be caused by dark carbon – SciTech Europa
- Our Seas Have Dead Zones Without Oxygen – Nature World News
- We May Have Gravely Underestimated The Threat of 'Dead Zones' in The World's Oceans – Science Alert
- Our Oceans Are Full of Vast Dead Zones Without Oxygen – Popular Mechanics
- Could the True Extent of Ocean "Dead Zones" Be Masked by Dark Carbon? – Technology Networks
New research led by the University of Plymouth suggests that failure to ensure the environmental sustainability of growing patient access to medicines in developing economies could increase the risk of adverse environmental impacts.
- High levels of pharmaceutical pollution found in industrialising counties – European Pharmaceutical Review
- Failure to ensure environmental management of pharmaceuticals can lead to adverse outcomes – News Medical
- A new study explores the environmental management of pharmaceuticals – Industry Global News 24
- Urgent Improvements To Reduce Pharmaceutical Pollution Needed – Technology Networks
- Password meters may actually help make your data less secure by offering ‘misleading’ advice – ZME Science
- Creating strong passwords helps protect consumers against hackers – Consumer Affairs
- 'Inconsistent and misleading' password meters could increase risk of cyber attacks – Tech Xplore
- Inconsistent password advice could increase risk of cyber attacks – E&T Magazine
- ‘Inconsistent And Misleading’ Password Meters Could Increase Risk Of Cyber Attacks – Eurasia Review
- Top websites keep letting people use weak passwords like 111111, and it’s a major security risk – Fast Company
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