Earthquake faults may have played key role in shaping the culture of ancient Greece, study suggests
The Ancient Greeks may have built sacred sites deliberately on land affected by previous earthquake activity, according to a new study by BBC presenter Iain Stewart MBE, Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth
The science of big boulders
What's on at Plymouth University: The science of big boulders. Inaugural professorial lecture. Plymouth University, 30 June 2017.
'Something ate my fossil' - from anecdote to testing hypotheses
What's on at Plymouth University: 'Something ate my fossil' - from anecdote to testing hypotheses. Earth Science Research Seminar. Plymouth University, 5 October 2016.
175 Years of Dinosauria
What's on at Plymouth University: 175 Years of Dinosauria. Celebrating the first naming of the Dinosauria in Plymouth. Plymouth University, 6 October 2016.
Jackie Chu – MSc Marine Geosciences graduate
Plymouth University - MSc Marine Geoscience Jackie Chu's alumni case study
Professor Iain Stewart
Professor Iain Stewart, Chair in geoscience communication at Plymouth Unviersity
Volcanoes Top Trumps gets virtual makeover
Plymouth University News: The explosive ability of volcanoes to both inspire and destroy can now be appreciated by millions thanks to a new digital version of Volcano Top Trumps created through a partnership including Plymouth University.
Geological Society of London Conference: Sharing Educational Practice in the Geosciences
What's on at Plymouth University: Geological Society of London conference: Sharing Educational Practice in the Geosciences. Plymouth University: 21-22 January 2015.