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International award for graduate's film
University of Plymouth news: A University of Plymouth graduate has won a prestigious award for a project which tells the story of his efforts to cope with the effects of meningitis
92-year-old author to give talk at university
Plymouth University news: An author and activist who witnessed many of the great events of the 20th century is coming to Plymouth University to talk about his life and experiences
Shortlisting recognises increased support for applicants
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University’s efforts to enhance its support for prospective students have been recognised after it was shortlisted for a national accolade
Healthy living event at the Cumberland Centre
Plymouth University news: A healthy living event for the community at the Cumberland Centre will see students from the full healthcare spectrum at Plymouth University coming together for the first time.
Bone-eating worms ate marine reptile carcasses
Plymouth University news: A new report has revealed that a species of bone-eating marine worm called Osedax, believed to have co-evolved alongside whales, may actually have existed during the time of the dinosaurs - this impacting upon the fossil record
Soil Culture: Dig It comes to Plymouth University
Plymouth University news: Soil Culture: Dig It comes to Plymouth University.
Charity support for medical student electives
Plymouth University news: Leading health charity The Hospital Saturday Fund has pledged £10,000 to the Peninsula Medical Foundation to support medical student electives at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.
Social media and gaming to enhance energy efficiency
Plymouth University is part of a three-year partnership initiative which aims to reduce energy consumption and increase understanding and engagement about domestic energy efficiency amongst affordable housing residents.
Celebrating the impact of 18th century culture
Plymouth University news: The lasting influence of Georgian culture on our modern society is to be celebrated through a series of events hosted by Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University
Honouring the 50th anniversary of Churchill's death
University of Plymouth news: The anniversary of the death of wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill is to be marked with a special event involving University of Plymouth
Study to investigate a potential therapy at cellular level for Huntington's disease
Plymouth University news: Researchers at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry have received a grant of almost £520,000 to investigate a potential therapy for Huntington's disease, for which there is currently no cure
Pupils get the chance to be 'SoCool for Science'
Plymouth University news: Year 9 pupils from schools in and around Plymouth have had hands on experience of being a scientist, at laboratories at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry