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Technology and culture combine to celebrate Universities Week 2014
University of Plymouth news: World Cup fever will be coming to Drake Circus in Plymouth this week as a team of top robot footballers kick off the city’s Universities Week 2014 celebrations.
University of Plymouth opens gates on Lord Mayor's Day
University of Plymouth news: Members of the public were invited to parade through our newly-restored gardens as the city celebrated Community Open House on Lord Mayor’s Day
Grant for understanding of cancer-causing cell defect
University of Plymouth news: A Plymouth research team has received funding from BBSRC for research to better understand a cell defect that contributes to diseases such as cancer.
New Clinical Skills Coordinator for Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery years 3 to 5
University of Plymouth news: Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry appoints Mr Mark Coleman, a general surgeon specialising in colorectal and laparoscopic surgery at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Research urges companies to be proactive in tackling workplace conflict
Plymouth University news: Developing proactive ways of managing conflict between staff should become a central part of organisational strategy, according to research led by Plymouth University.
Plymouth University named runner-up in national IT innovation awards
Plymouth University news: A project to enhance the internet connections across Plymouth University’s campus has earned recognition from judges at a national awards ceremony.
Young people pre-load at home because of “scary" bars and nightclubs, study shows
University of Plymouth news: Pub and club owners, and national policy makers, not doing enough to ensure young people feel safe when on a night out, according to new research.
Plymouth to write a new chapter in its history thanks to Heritage Lottery Fund grant
University of Plymouth news: Plymouth celebrates historic achievement scooping funding of £12.5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create major heritage and cultural attraction.
National study aims to identify developmental issues among bilingual children
The specific developmental challenges facing bilingual children as they bid to become proficient in two languages is to be explored in a pioneering nationwide study led by the University of Plymouth
University strikes a chord with Royal Marines School of Music
The University of Plymouth’s School of Humanities and Performing Arts has signed an agreement with the Royal Marines School of Music (RMSoM)
Cracked MI9 codes reveal PoWs’ wartime requests
Mathematicians, historians and geographers at the University of Plymouth joined forces to reveal information going in and out of prisoner of war camps during the Second World War
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh opens state-of-the-art Marine Building
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh opened the University of Plymouth’s cutting-edge Marine Building at a special ceremony