Snails select sources of food based on dislike for smells rather than acceptable taste - study
Plymouth University news: Harnessing naturally occurring chemicals could be used as a means to protect crop seedlings from being eaten by common pests, a study involving Plymouth University and the University of Southampton suggests.
The Science of Sustainable Farming
What's on at Plymouth University: The Science of Sustainable Farming. The science behind sustainable food production and the technology being developed and utilised to ensure food security. South Devon College, Paignton, 15 March 2016.
Evaluating enterprise in rural Kenya
Plymouth University news: Students and graduates from Plymouth University and Duchy College's Rural Business School have spent five weeks in rural Kenya as part of a Comic Relief project designed to bring up to 100,000 families out of poverty
Plymouth Animal Welfare Lecture 2015
What's on at Plymouth University: Plymouth Animal Welfare Lecture 2015. Slaughterhouse Welfare - How is animal welfare maintained at slaughter? Plymouth University, 22 April 2015.
Bumblebees shy away from field-facing hedgerows
Plymouth University news: The pollination service provided by bumblebees on the field-side boundaries of hedgerows may be limited because farming methods are having a negative impact on their sources of food, a study by Plymouth University has found
Making a difference to communities in Kenya
Plymouth University news: With Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day taking place on Friday 13th March, academics at Plymouth University have reflected on the first six months of a project funded by the charity which aims to transform lives in rural Kenya
Aquaculture expert invited to global conferences in China
Plymouth University News: World-leading aquaculture expert represents Plymouth University at conferences examining the future of the global food industry.