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
Documentary aims to reveal the human side of earthquake science
The 60-minute documentary Pseudotachylyte, by Associate Professor in Photography Heidi Morstang, focuses on a University of Plymouth research project examining the mechanisms which cause earthquake cycles to begin up to 40km below the earth’s surface.
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.
University of Plymouth faces The 3rd Degree
The University of Plymouth appears on the long-running Radio 4 show The 3rd Degree for the first time.
Jackie Chu – MSc Marine Geosciences graduate
University of Plymouth - MSc Marine Geoscience Jackie Chu's alumni case study
Ladybird book reveals the human stories behind one of the 20th-century's key science breakthroughs
The science and characters behind one of the greatest breakthroughs of the 20th-century feature in Plate Tectonics, part of the Ladybird Expert series and written by University of Plymouth academic and TV presenter, Professor Iain Stewart