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Future rainfall could far outweigh current climate predictions
The UK’s uplands could in future see significantly more annual rainfall than is currently being predicted in national climate models, according to new research by the University of Plymouth.
- UK ‘will be wetter than climate predictions, increasing flooding in coming decades’ – The Independent
- Summers will be wetter than predicted in coming years – Mail Online
- Future rainfall could far outweigh current climate predictions in UK – Science Daily
- UK rainfall could far exceed current future climate projections, says study – Meteorological Technology International
- Future rainfall in UK uplands heavier than present climate predictions, study suggests – The Watchers
Testbed for cutting-edge health technology welcomes world’s most advanced social robot
A robot named Stevie, cover star of Time magazine this month, is making his first visit to the UK to be tested by experts in health technology in the South West.
- World's most advanced 'social robot' hosts Bingo lessons in British care home – Daily Telegraph
- Stevie the 'social' robot holds bingo lessons for OAPs in a care home – Mail Online
- World famous robot dances and calls bingo at Cornwall day centre – Cornwall Live
- Stevie the robot care worker finds new job in Camborne – BBC News
Research suggests ponies could play critical role in Dartmoor's future health
A research project suggests the ponies not only make a positive contribution to conservation management on Dartmoor, but are also a suitable option for conservation grazing throughout the country.
- How ponies can benefit the land for all of us – Horse and Hound
- Dartmoor Pony research revealed – The Moorlander
- Dartmoor ponies reveal their value as conservation grazers – Tavistock Times Gazette
- Research suggests ponies could play critical role in Dartmoor's future health – Phys.org
£3 million Cyber-SHIP Lab offers unique opportunity to address global maritime cyber security challenges
Supported by funding from Research England, part of UK Research and Innovation, and industry, the new facility will bring together a host of connected maritime systems currently found on an actual ship’s bridge.
- New facility in Plymouth to address maritime cyber security – Safety4Sea
- University of Plymouth to open Cyber-SHIP Lab for shipping industry – Ship Technology
- Cyber-SHIP Lab – Professional Security Magazine
- Cyber security lab launched for UK shipping industry – IT Pro
- UK hosts £3 Million ‘Cyber Ship Lab’ to Prevent Cyber Attacks on Maritime – Cybersecurity Insiders
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