EU Settlement Scheme: EU, EEA and Swiss Students
EU Settlement Scheme: EU, EEA and Swiss Students.
A lesson from Brexit? We need to develop our negotiating skills
Professor Richard Saundry from the University of Plymouth suggests political division isn’t the only national issue to have been highlighted through the ongoing Brexit process
Europe-wide research project examines fate of microplastics in rivers and lakes
Researchers from the University of Plymouth have begun work on LimnoPlast, a €4.1million project examining the distribution of microplastics in European rivers and lakes
Eradicating harmful impacts of manufacturing
University of Plymouth News: Scientists at Plymouth University confirm that a novel technique for applying high quality finishes in engineering industries almost totally eradicates emissions of styrene VOC
University works with international partners on €47 million tidal energy project
The University of Plymouth is among the partners in TIGER (The Tidal Stream Industry Energiser Project), an ambitious €46.8 million project that will see turbines submerged offshore to harness the energy of tidal currents
Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre hailed as positive example of EU research funding
Plymouth University news: Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) has been cited as an example of how European Union funding is benefitting UK science and engineering research
Supporting Young People from Eastern Europe during Brexit
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Supporting Young People from Eastern Europe during Brexit. The key challenges for young people from Eastern European countries living in the UK. University of Plymouth, 10 November 2017.
The iSPER Brexit Series offers academic insight on impact of leaving the EU
Plymouth University news: The University of Plymouth has today launched an initiative which sees leading academics endeavouring to provide policy makers and the public with an informed insight into the Brexit debate