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University plays host to sculpture that is Heaven Sent
A striking sculpture designed to be a symbol of hope in troubled times will be on show at the University of Plymouth from March 4-9.
Minute’s silence marks the start of Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Plymouth University news: Scientists and staff from Europe's leading research centre into low grade brain tumours at the University of Plymouth mark a minute's silence for the start of Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Epilepsy app team shortlisted for top medical award
Plymouth University news: An app developed to help those with epilepsy self-monitor their condition has been shortlisted for a prestigious national medical award
Iconic new technology building brings 200 jobs to Plymouth
The most technologically advanced building in the West Country was opened at Plymouth Science Park with support from the Heart of the South West LEP Growth Fund, the University of Plymouth and Plymouth City Council
Plymouth Festival of Words promises a celebration of literary talent
The power of the written, spoken and sung word will be celebrated during the first Plymouth Festival of Words, taking place at the University of Plymouth in May 2017
New research to help combat diabetic foot condition
University of Plymouth news: Vasileios Lepesis, Lecturer in Podiatry, is conducting a study into whether manual therapy in the foot and ankle could lower the chances of people with diabetes developing foot ulcers.
Funds raised for world-leading Huntington’s disease research
Plymouth University news: World-leading research into a cure for Huntington's disease at the University of Plymouth has received a significant boost thanks to local fundraising supported by matched funding
"Taking part in MS study has changed my life"
University of Plymouth news: Sally Morgan, whose MS had rendered her sedentary for the past seven years, has praised a standing frame intervention in a University of Plymouth study for helping to change her life.
Funding for study which could lead to new drug treatment for dementia diseases
Plymouth University news: New research at the University of Plymouth could lead to hope for those with dementia diseases such as Parkinson's and Huntington's, thanks to support from charity BRACE
Dental therapy and hygiene students support children and parents
Plymouth University news: Parents and children who use Action for Children services have benefited from oral health advice and awareness from dental therapy and hygiene students at the University of Plymouth
University launches financial support and mentoring programme for engineering students
University of Plymouth news: A new funding and mentoring programme has been launched for students in STEM subjects - the Tamar Engineering Project.
Fathers face negative bias over quest for work-life balance, study suggests
Fathers face ‘forfeits’ when applying for part-time employment and in the workplace, with questions over their commitment and suspicion regarding their quest for a work-life balance, according to a study by the University of Plymouth