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Conference explores the influence and impact of Russian military and maritime strategies
The global impact of Russia’s political and military strategies will be debated by senior officers and academics at a conference organised by the University of Plymouth's Dartmouth Centre for Seapower and Strategy and the Royal Navy’s Fleet Battle Staff
University signs up to support United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
The University of Plymouth has signed a voluntary commitment to use its world-leading research and teaching to support the implementation of one of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals
Could sleep affect weight gain in pregnancy?
Plymouth University news: The Nutrition Society has supported a biomedical sciences student in her project which asks the question - could sleep affect weight gain in pregnancy?
Inspiring works go on display at annual arts degree show
Outstanding student talent spanning a range of arts disciplines will go on show to the public at HOT’17, the degree show from the University of Plymouth’s School of Art, Design and Architecture
Older adults under-referred for mental health therapies
Plymouth University news: A study published in the British Journal of General Practice has revealed that older people are referred less frequently for 'talking therapies' than young people – even though they would benefit most from those therapies
Historians work with the Earl of Devon to uncover the hidden history of ancestral home
Heritage experts from the University of Plymouth and the University of Pennsylvania are working with the 19th Earl of Devon, Charles Courtenay, to uncover more about the history of his ancestral home, Powderham Castle
Plymouth students score international success in RSA Student Design Awards
The University of Plymouth has continued its success in a prestigious international competition after two of its students won categories in the RSA Student Design Awards
Postgraduate health partnership announced
Plymouth University news: Delivered remotely from Rila's main hubs in London, India and the United Arab Emirates, the University of Plymouth will provide support for 11 post graduate medical programmes
Student presents at Royal College of Nursing Congress
Jessica Lillico-Prior went to the Royal College of Nursing Congress in Liverpool to discuss sustainability in the curriculum, and introduce the NurSus TOOLKIT
University recognised as leader in evidence-based healthcare
The University of Plymouth has been named a Centre of Excellence by international health research organisation, the Joanna Briggs Institute.
Conference aims to enhance understanding of environmental and human impacts of nanotechnology
The expanding field of nanotechnology and its impact on the environment and human health will be explored during an international symposium at the University of Plymouth
Could particles and pianos combine to provide greater understanding of the laws of physics?
Data generated by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland are to be transformed into music through a ground-breaking project involving researchers at the University of Plymouth, the MIT Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology