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Brain Tumour Research Christmas tree campaign offers hope
Plymouth University news: Research into brain tumours at Plymouth University receives a boost from charity Brain Tumour Research's Christmas Hope Tree
Funding to support investigation in to new treatments for malnourished children
Plymouth University news: An international research fund led by the Medical Research Council has awarded funding to a group including researchers from Plymouth University, to find new treatments for severely malnourished children
Raising Aspirations through Higher Education
University of Plymouth news: Raising Aspirations through Higher Education (RAHE), a programme which uses digital materials to increase students’ digital literacy skills and inform them about higher education options, is reflecting on its success.
Third year for Berlin bovine TB research visit for Plymouth biomedical sciences students
Plymouth University news: Kati O'Brien, a final-year Biomedical Sciences student from Plymouth University, has just returned from a six-week research visit to the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin.
Could co-infection with other viruses detrimentally affect the survival of those with Ebola virus?
Plymouth University news: Why did some people display the symptoms of Ebola yet not have the virus, and does infection by other viruses affect survival from the disease?
Plymouth University role in international stem cell conference
Plymouth University news: Stem cell research experts from Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry have played a role in an international stem cell conference in Paris
Science Council commendation for Plymouth University medical research statistician
Plymouth University news: Associate Professor Siobhan Creanor from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry and who is also Director of the Peninsula Clinical Trial Unit, has received a commendation from the Science Council
Caribbean lobster fisheries sustained by 'dark carbon'
Plymouth University news: Research conducted by a scientist in the Marine Institute has shown that Caribbean lobster fisheries are being supported
Award recognises air ambulance paramedic course
University of Plymouth news: A masters degree for paramedic air crew, run in the School of Health Professions, has been recognised at the Association of Air Ambulances’ Awards of Excellence.
Plymouth University educators and Higher Education Academy awards
Plymouth University news: Two Plymouth University academic educators are to receive National Teaching Excellence awards, while another leads a team which has been shortlisted for a new award
Plymouth dementia expert plays role in new CAA guidelines on hidden disabilities
Plymouth University news: New guidelines for airports have been introduced by the CAA to improve services for passengers with hidden disabilities such as dementia
Consortium awarded £5.5million to increase HE participation from disadvantaged backgrounds
Plymouth University news: A consortium of universities and colleges across the South West – led by the University of Plymouth– has been awarded £5.5million in government funding to inspire young people from disadvantaged backgrounds into higher education