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Scientists of tomorrow get hands-on in the lab
Plymouth University news: Year 9 pupils from across Plymouth have visited the labs at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry
Sports ambassadors recognised at inspiring day
Plymouth University news: Young ambassadors from Plymouth Schools Sports Partnership were rewarded for their work with a celebration event at Plymouth University.
Further investigation required into impact of brownfield sites on coastal regeneration
Plymouth University news: Researchers at Plymouth University say in a new study that a greater understanding of brownfield or derelict sites could enhance the social and economic regeneration of coastal towns and cities
£100,000 legacy to support research into brain tumours
Plymouth University news: A Penzance man who was a life-long supporter of the NHS and a health statistician, has left £100,000 in his will to support research into brain tumours at Plymouth University
Students deliver life-saving skills to schools
Plymouth University news: Paramedic students from the University are rolling out a programme to teach life-saving skills to secondary schools
Winter storms the most energetic to hit western Europe since 1948, study shows
Plymouth University news: Repeated storms which battered Europe’s Atlantic coastline during the winter of 2013/14 were the most energetic in almost seven decades, new research led by Plymouth University with colleagues from France and Ireland has shown
Breastfeeding peer supporters need to feel valued
Plymouth University news: Breastfeeding peer supporters need to feel valued to make their service sustainable, according to a study by Plymouth University.
UPSU reclaim the Varsity championship
Plymouth University news: University beats St Mark and St John in the annual sporting challenge
Hang on to your hat! Plymouth University celebrates Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University, home to a Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence, is celebrating Brain Tumour Awareness Month with a series of fundraising events
South West Growth Fund awards first £1.9 million to businesses
Plymouth University news: £1.9 million has been awarded to 17 businesses from Cornwall to Gloucestershire, through a fund launched last year by Plymouth University’s GAIN team, SWMAS Ltd, South West Water Business Services and the Western Morning News.
Only 20 per cent of men over 50 would opt for surgical treatment if faced with localised prostate cancer
Plymouth University news: A study by psychology academics shows that only 20 per cent of men would opt to have their prostate gland removed if faced with localised prostate cancer.
Student paramedics get hands-on
University of Plymouth news: Student paramedics get hands-on