Free event celebrates benefits of the marine environment for human health and wellbeing
A free event at the University of Plymouth will explore the many and varied ways that the marine environment can benefit human health and wellbeing, including fields such as antibiotics, dementia, psychology and social work
University of Plymouth appoints Executive Dean to build on its ‘First Choice for Health’ position
Professor Sube Banerjee MBE has been appointed as inaugural Executive Dean of the new Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences
Health Service Journal ‘Rising Star’ shortlist for health app designer
Plymouth University news: Health app developer and clinical psychologist Dr Craig Newman has been shortlisted for the HSJ's 'Rising Star' Award
£9million boost to South West health research
A partnership involving the University of Plymouth that carries out health research in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, with direct benefits to patients’ health and NHS care delivery, has secured a further £9m in funding for the next five years.
Five Plymouth projects shortlisted for national awards
Five projects from the University of Plymouth have been named finalists in a national awards scheme that recognises best practice in patient experience - the Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNAs)
University research partner wins award for pioneering arts initiatives
Plymouth Music Zone, which has worked with the University of Plymouth for many years, has won the 2020 Hearts for the Arts Award for Best Arts Initiative
Electricity can flow through graphene at high frequencies without energy loss - study
University of Plymouth news: Electrical signals transmitted at high frequencies lose none of their energy when passed through the ‘wonder material’ graphene, a study led by the University of Plymouth has shown.
Plymouth University's role in new healthcare studio school
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University is one of the partners which have contributed to the formation of a new healthcare studio school at Stoke Damerel in Plymouth
Music is more than entertainment, it can transform lives
Professor Eduardo Reck Miranda, Professor in Computer Music, University of Plymouth discusses the role of music in healthcare to address some of the most complicated diseases and conditions. Part of The Old Normal: Our Future Health series.
Plymouth University celebrates its Women in Science
Plymouth University news: From medicine to marine science, the environment to neuroscience, nursing to civil engineering, Plymouth University is showcasing the best of its Women on Science
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