Amprologix: developing the next generation of antibiotics
Amprologix is a University of Plymouth spinout company working with Ingenza Ltd to develop new antibiotics that will aid with battling antimicrobial resistance.
Microbiologist nominated for ‘most innovative’ teacher of the year
Microbiologist Dr Tina Joshi, who has championed opportunities for students to gain valuable experience in areas such as research, external and media engagement, and learned societies, has been shortlisted for a THE Award.
Antibiotic resistance and the quest for discovery – Professor Mathew Upton (POSTPONED)
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Professor Mathew Upton, medical microbiologist investigating antibiotic resistance. Thursday 26 March 2020.
Project will examine impact of climate change in the Arctic
Micro-ARC, co-led by Dr Michael Cunliffe from the University of Plymouth and Professor Anja Engel of GEOMAR in Germany, aims to improve understanding of how short and long term environmental changes are affecting microbial ecosystems in the polar region
University of Plymouth features in national report showcasing business and university collaboration
The University of Plymouth is highlighted in a national report showcasing the best collaborations between universities and businesses.
Research reveals a new survival strategy in key bacteria
New research from the School of Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences shows that cyanobacteria will not immediately shut down when deprived of nitrogen – instead ‘waiting’ until absolutely necessary to stop functioning.