University works to explore environmental impacts of wave energy
The University of Plymouth is among the partners in SEA Wave, a European Maritime and Fisheries Fund project addressing long-term environmental concerns around the development of emerging wave energy technologies
Study identifies way to enhance the sustainability of manufactured soils
Scientists from the University of Plymouth demonstrated that adding biochar to soil constructed from waste materials, reduces the loss of essential nutrients such as nitrogen and carbon
Could fabricated soils be the key to global food security?
Experts from the University of Plymouth are working with the world-famous Eden Project to explore how recycled and waste material could be transformed and then reused in agriculture and other sectors
Student and scientist participate in international scientific expedition to Antarctica
Plymouth University news: A Plymouth University PhD student will be travelling to Antarctica later this year after successfully applying to join an international scientific expedition which will assess the impact of climate change on the Southern Ocean