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Doctorate working to build a sustainable future
Plymouth University news: Dr Zainab Dangana is Plymouth University's first Post-Doctoral graduate to benefit from a Knowledge Transfer Partnership
Paramedic students create popular website
Plymouth University news: A group of paramedic students from Plymouth University have made a website to help newcomers to the profession revise their life-saving techniques.
Festival events take social science research into community
Plymouth University news: The influence of individuals on climate change, the history of crime in Plymouth and the use of food as a lifestyle motivator for the homeless are some of the key topics being explored during the ESRC Festival of Social Science
Taking tough decisions hurts fundraisers' morality, study suggests
Plymouth University news: Fundraisers’ sense of themselves as moral individuals is damaged by having to make the difficult ethical decisions they encounter every day in their jobs, according to new research from the Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy
Walk this Way for spectacular science and art showcase
Plymouth University news: Huge success at evening with best-selling crime novelist, Peter James, and inspirational graduate from the School of Podiatry, Haydn Kelly
Boost your career prospects at an open evening
Plymouth University news: Experts at Plymouth University will be giving advice on employment preparation and career advancement at an Open Evening on 18 November.
Classical concerts aim to make waves with audiences of all ages
Plymouth University news: A series of maritime-themed music concerts is being launched by Peninsula Arts, the public arts programme of Plymouth University, this November
Could self-disseminating vaccines cut off emerging infectious diseases at source?
Plymouth University news: An expert reviews identifies state of the art of self-disseminating vaccines as a potentially powerful strategy to circumvent emerging infectious diseases at the animal source before their establishment as the next human pandemic
Prince Albert II of Monaco formally opens Plymouth University’s Marine Station
Plymouth University news: Prince Albert II of Monaco formally opens Plymouth University’s new £5 million Marine Station
History and impact of malaria parasite inspire immersive audiovisual installation
Plymouth University news: An art installation created by Plymouth University academics and inspired by one of the world’s deadliest diseases has gone on display at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Conference Centre’s Cultural Zone
University is named regional centre for teachers and technology
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University has become the South West regional centre for the national initiative Computing at School, which helps teachers teach core computing skills in the national curriculum.
Explorer-in-residence puts science students to the test
Plymouth University news: A new module for environmental science students puts their communication and leadership skills to the test on Dartmoor