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Social work and conflict zones – how the profession can help
Marking World Social Work Day on 15 March, Dr Bartosz Zaniewski, Lecturer in Social Work, discusses how the profession operates in a crisis situation – and why the career is so important in helping those affected by the invasion of Ukraine.
University partners with world-leading simulator provider to revolutionise floating offshore wind installations
A state-of-the-art Kongsberg K-Sim Dynamic Positioning (DP) simulator will soon complement the Marine Navigation Centre on the University of Plymouth’s campus
University works with Bank of England to assess impacts of maritime cyber threats
Researchers from the University of Plymouth are working with the Bank of England to test how some of the world’s leading insurance firms would respond in the event of a maritime cyber attack
Life in the freezer – study provides first evidence of growth limitations in Antarctic fish
New research by scientists at the University of Plymouth and the British Antarctic Survey shows have lost their ability to grow at rates seen in their warmer water cousins
Breaking the Bias: Plymouth's part in giving working class women a voice
For International Women's Day, Dr Judith Rowbotham explains the region's role in the success of the Co-operative Women’s Guild
Shining a light on Cornish women in the arts for International Women’s Day
The University is coorganising the week-long Change + Makers festival in Cornwall to shine a light on women who are making an impact with their work and championing inclusion within the creative industry.
Culture and tourism becomes destination for entrepreneurs in Techstars Startup Weekend
The fifth edition of the Techstars Startup Weekend returns to the University with a focus on culture and tourism
International collaboration to advance policy into rare diseases
Dr Konstantin Glebov is working with a European partner to take the next step in improving lives for people with rare diseases.
University-business collaboration project returns with new funding
The University invites submissions for a third round of Research and Development Fund
Taking action now can secure our future
Professor Camille Parmesan, from the University of Plymouth’s School of Biological and Marine Sciences, is a Coordinating Lead Author on a new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Human choices in a simulated pandemic: New study tests interventions to foster safer behaviour
Research published in 'Science Advances' has shown that it is possible to test the effectiveness of interventions designed to foster safer behaviour in order to slow the spread of a virus.
Global company working with University to test new app for MS patients
The University of Plymouth is working with global pharmaceutical company, Roche, to test a new app to help people with multiple sclerosis (MS) better manage their symptoms.