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University of Plymouth renews strategic partnership with Navitas
The University has renewed its partnership with Navitas, which will see the company continue to provide pathways for international students at Plymouth
New study looking to prevent hospital admissions of older people in Cornwall
Helen Lyndon's study will develop, implement and test a nurse-led intervention to improve healthy living in older people with frailty.
Report warns of isolation for coastal and rural schools
Policy makers, funding agencies, organisations and stakeholders should review their practices and funding mechanisms to support schools that are educationally isolated, according to a new report by the University of Plymouth and Plymouth Marjon University
University of Plymouth pledges new commitment to its local community
Plymouth signs the Civic University Agreement calling for greater support for work with the local community
Shakespeare, CERN and Game of Thrones combine for new Contemporary Music Festival opera
A new operatic prequel to The Tempest performed by the BBC Singers is to headline the Contemporary Music Festival 2019: Multiverse in Plymouth.
Exhibition sheds light on university research into native bees
Research by the University of Plymouth and the B4 Project, which aims to develop increased understanding of the UK’s native dark honey bee, features in a major exhibition being staged at the world famous Eden Project
Event shows how £6.4m project can have positive impact for businesses
Business leaders have been finding out how the University of Plymouth's expertise - through the Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab - can benefit them
University of Plymouth chosen to be a part of national knowledge exchange project
The University has been invited to join 20 other HEIs as part of the pilot group for the Knowledge Exchange Framework.
Interdisciplinary approach the only way to address devastating effects of soil erosion
A study led by the University of Plymouth has shown traditional pastoralist communities – such as the Maasai in East Africa – are abundantly aware climate change and intensive grazing are having a marked effect on the resources they rely on for survival
Advance HE awards 10,000th Senior Fellowship to Plymouth academic
Dr John Eales, Associate Head (Teaching and Learning), has been welcomed by Advance HE as its 10,000th Senior Fellow.
University becomes part of international hub helping communities at risk from natural disasters
Scientists from the University of Plymouth are working as part of the new £20million UKRI GCRF Multi-hazard Urban Disaster Risk Transitions Hub, which is aimed at reducing disaster risk for the poor in tomorrow’s cities
Duet for clarinet and seagulls seeks to rescue reputation of birds and their song
A piece of music is to use recordings of seagulls to try and persuade audiences to see the beauty in the much-maligned birds.