Plymouth University expertise in evidence at UNESCO conference
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University’s expertise in the earth sciences will be in evidence as students and academics play a leading role at the 7th International Conference on UNESCO Global Geoparks
Study attributes varying explosivity to gaseous state within volcanoes
Plymouth University news: The varying scale and force of certain volcanic eruptions are directly influenced by the levels of gaseous matter within magma inside a volcano’s conduit, according to a new study led by Plymouth University
Professor Iain Stewart invited to Rio for a triathlon of speaking events
University of Plymouth news: Professor Iain Stewart MBE has completed a trio of high-profile speaking events in Rio, Brazil, as part of a scientific and cultural programme organised with the British Olympic Foundation.
Evolution of life in the ocean changed 170 million years ago
Research led by academics from the University of Plymouth suggests the ocean as we understand it today was shaped by a global evolutionary regime shift around 170 million years ago.
Volcanoes Top Trumps gets virtual makeover
Plymouth University News: The explosive ability of volcanoes to both inspire and destroy can now be appreciated by millions thanks to a new digital version of Volcano Top Trumps created through a partnership including Plymouth University.
Making positive changes for the future of our planet at Sustainable Earth 2018
The global challenges posed by climate change, natural disasters and human impacts on the environment will be among the key topics discussed during Sustainable Earth 2018 at the University of Plymouth
Girls into Geoscience 2020 gives pupils a virtual insight into the Earth sciences
Girls into Geoscience, coordinated by the University of Plymouth, will be an online-only event in 2020 and more than 250 girls from across the UK and Ireland have signed up to take part.
Girls into Geoscience goes global at prestigious women in science event
Dr Sarah Boulton, Associate Professor in Active Neotectonics and Co-Founder of Girls in Geoscience at the University of Plymouth, will be speaking at the Dorothy Hill Women in Earth Sciences Symposium, being hosted by the University of Queensland
University technician in running for national award
Dr Jodie Fisher, Earth Science Technician in the University of Plymouth's School of Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences, is among the finalists in the WISE Awards 2018
National project raises profile of female geologists past and present
Plymouth University news: Two academics with links to the University of Plymouth have been invited to participate in a pioneering project which aims to bring two centuries of archaeology, geology and palaeontology to life
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