Rising sea temperatures could enhance and accelerate radiation induced DNA effects in marine mussels
Plymouth University news: Increased sea temperatures could have a dramatic effect on radiation-induced damage in marine invertebrates, a study in conjunction with the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) suggests
Conference explores impact of environmental agents on DNA
Plymouth University news: The 38th Annual Conference of UKEMS (the UK branch of the European Environmental Mutagen Society) is being staged at Plymouth University
You and Me: Unique or the Same?
What's on at Plymouth University: You and Me: Unique or the Same? Summer Mix course for 11-19 year olds (up to 25 years old if disabled) living in Plymouth. Plymouth University, 6 August 2015.
Fewer viral relics may be due to a less bloody evolutionary history
Plymouth University news: Prehistoric viral DNA exists in all animals, but it is decreasing in human beings - a new study describes how this is happening and that it may be because our lifestyles have become progressively less bloody
Groundbreaking laboratory services launch in Plymouth
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University launches its Systems Biology Centre, a laboratory which analyses the very molecules of life for research into marine biology, Ebola, cancer, neuro diseases, bovine TB and Down’s Syndrome