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Chernobyl children visit Plymouth University
Plymouth University news: A dozen children from the Ukrainian city of Chernobyl have made their annual visit to Plymouth University.
Secchi disk project reaches the Arctic Circle
Plymouth University news: A citizen science project pioneered by a marine researcher is set to be taken to one of the most remote stretches of water in the world.
Exploring the nature of power
Plymouth University news: Dr Mike Sheaff, Associate Professor in Sociology, in the School of Government, discusses the 'nature of power' in an opinion piece originally published by the Western Morning News on Sunday.
Food for thought as University earns its sustainable 'Michelin stars'
Plymouth University news: Hospitality experts have awarded Plymouth University the highest rating for ethical food sourcing and community engagement in its campus restaurants.
Multilingual student offers IT classes in six languages
University of Plymouth news: Racial equality leaders have hailed the work of a multilingual student who has been helping minority groups in the city with their computer literacy.
Sights and sounds of Japan return to Plymouth
Plymouth University news: Spectacular events set to take place as Plymouth celebrates 400 years of Anglo-Japanese ties
Bigger fish to fry for the winner of University of Plymouth's Tectona Business Challenge
University of Plymouth news: Social Entrepreneur Andrew Jinman has reeled in a big catch after winning the top prize in the 2014 Tectona Business Challenge.
Research brings us nearer to understanding how neuro cells turn cancerous
University of Plymouth news: A new understanding of the mechanism that makes neuro cells turn cancerous brings us nearer to a treatment for brain/neuro tumours
It's All About the River
University of Plymouth news: Premieres from BAFTA nominated artists and a series of open air screenings in iconic riverside locations will be among the highlights of It's All About the River, an ambitious new film festival in September and October 2014.
GAIN Digital Exchange launch
University of Plymouth news: The business community has celebrated the success of a new online community which is helping them to share expertise and access opportunities to grow.
Modern techniques mean children shouldn't be afraid of the dentist
University of Plymouth news: Shocking figures show that more children than ever before are admitted to hospital for dental emergencies, but now modern dental treatments have been developed to support the anxious child and encourage visits to the dentist.
Why have more people complained to the General Medical Council about their doctor?
Plymouth University news: Enquiries made by the general public to the General Medical Council about doctors’ fitness to practise rose from 5,168 in 2007 to 10,347 in 2012. Plymouth produces a GMC report to explain why