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Emotional charity song raises dementia funds
Plymouth University news: Alzheimer’s Society’s Singing for the Brain groups have teamed up with Plymouth University to launch a bid for chart success with an emotional song that aims to highlight the full impact of dementia
Ground-shaking research into the power of winter storms
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National recognition for the University of Plymouth medical research
University of Plymouth news: The Medical Schools Council's brochure "Health of the Nation", which showcases the impact of research from medical schools around the UK, includes research on MS from the University of Plymouth
Plymouth backs government report on university and business collaboration
Plymouth University news: A report from the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee, that calls for increased GDP investment in research and development, has been welcomed by Plymouth University.
Plymouth University tops the People and Planet Green League
Plymouth University news: Plymouth has been ranked number one by the People and Planet Green League, maintaining its six-year run of top-four placings and its position as the overall best performer since the league began,
Empowering young disabled people in Ethiopia
Plymouth University news: The story of how Adam Benjamin worked with disabled dancers in Ethiopia to create an acclaimed contemporary dance outfit, and tackle issues of discrimination in the process.
City hosts annual dementia conference
Plymouth University news: Government Health Minister Norman Lamb MP and Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, are among the scheduled keynote speakers at a major dementia conference organised by Plymouth University.
Follow-through can boost skills learning
Plymouth University news: Research by Plymouth University and the University of Cambridge finds that a new single skill can be learned faster if its follow-through motion is consistent
Marine litter education boosts understanding and actions
Plymouth University news: A study by Plymouth University finds children could play an important role in solutions to reduce marine litter with some already helping to educate parents and peers about the scale of the issue.
Plymouth scientists heading for uncharted waters for pioneering oceanographic study
Plymouth University news: Scientists from the Marine Institute will be among a team of 12 conducting research on the reasons behind the biodiversity surrounding the Chagos Archipelago, in the Indian Ocean.
Plymouth role in East Africa chronic lung disease study
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University researchers have played a role in a study published in The Lancet Global Health, investigating chronic lung disease in East Africa
Robots tune up for unique BBC performance
Plymouth University News: Plymouth University’s robots will be bidding to wow audiences with their musical skills after being invited to take part in a major event on the BBC