University scientists welcome Nobel Prize award in laser physics
Researchers in laser physics at the University of Plymouth have welcomed the announcement that colleagues in their field have been awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics
Scientists awarded funding to investigate quantum physics using intense lasers
Scientists at the University of Plymouth are embarking on a £450,000 project, funded largely through a grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, to investigate fundamental quantum physics using intense lasers
Royal Statistical Society President speaks about ‘Trust in Numbers’
The President of the Royal Statistical Society, Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter FRS OBE, has addressed students and academics at the University of Plymouth
Mathematical Sciences: we welcome proposals for postgraduate research in all of these areas.
Academics hope to prevent foot ulcers by devising new pressure-predicting model
Plymouth University news: A new mathematical model to predict the pressure on feet, which could then lead to the prevention of foot ulcers, could be developed thanks to academics at Plymouth University.
Mathematical sciences research
Find out more about research undertaken in mathematical sciences at Plymouth University.