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Choral support for Brain Tumour Research at Plymouth University
Plymouth University news: A performance involving works from Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart and Bach has resulted in generous donations to research into brain tumours at Plymouth University
Devon scientists to host free dementia information day
Plymouth University news: Dementia researchers from across the South West, including Plymouth University, are working with Alzheimer's Research UK on a free day of research information for the general public
First dental NIHR portfolio study in the South West achieves full recruitment
Plymouth University news: An over-the-counter saliva test for gum disease could be one step nearer, now that a dental clinical trial in the South West has recruited all the patients it needs
Funding boost to offer employability opportunities to students and graduates
Plymouth University news: Funding boost to offer employability opportunities to students and graduates
Project launched to identify key landscapes in Cornwall
Plymouth University news: A new research project has been launched to establish what are some of the most important landscapes in Cornwall, and find out how people use them, and whether any barriers exist in gaining access to them.
In fine voice for local research
Plymouth University news: Researchers into Huntington's disease are to benefit from a donation of £600 towards their work from local supporters, who raised the money at a karaoke event
Prestigious fellowship for Plymouth dental professor
Plymouth University news: Professor Steve Creanor from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry has been made a Fellow of the Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
University opens students’ options to career choices
Plymouth University news: University opens students’ options to career choices during summer placement
New study reveals Tetris can block cravings
Plymouth University news: A new study by psychologists has found that playing Tetris for as little as three minutes at a time can block cravings.
To brood or not to brood: Are marine organisms evolving to protect their offspring in response to ocean acidification?
Plymouth University news: Are marine organisms evolving to protect their offspring in response to ocean acidification?
Youngsters get their teeth into dentistry
Plymouth University news: As part of this year's Summer Mix activities in Plymouth, young people in the city have had the chance to get hands-on experience of being a dentist and maintaining good oral health
Leading literary lights lined up for festival
Plymouth University news: Bestselling authors Judy Finnigan, Simon Scarrow and Peter James will be among the leading literary lights appearing at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival, being staged at Plymouth University in October