Chez Paulette brings splash of stardom to the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival
Plymouth University news: A replica of the Chez Paulette, frequented by Hollywood’s finest in the 1950s and 60s, will be greeting audiences at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival being staged at Plymouth University.
Leading literary lights lined up for festival
Plymouth University news: Bestselling authors Judy Finnigan, Simon Scarrow and Peter James will be among the leading literary lights appearing at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival, being staged at Plymouth University in October
Celebrating the role of water in city's health
Plymouth University news: The role of water in the health of the city of Plymouth will be celebrated at a community event at Plymouth University on Friday 10 July
Plymouth University and Plymouth City Council launch green research manifesto
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University and Plymouth City Council launch a research manifesto to bring together researchers in sustainability with the policy makers working on the low carbon plan for the city.
Ocean giant moves into city school
Plymouth University news: A giant mural which aims to provide pupils with a unique insight into the marine environment has been created by students at Plymouth University and installed at Marine Academy Plymouth
Iconic projects win at the quadruple
Plymouth University News: Two iconic projects which have transformed the eastern edge of Plymouth University’s city centre campus have each won two accolades at the 2014 Abercrombie Awards
Plymouth Higher Group calls for stand against discrimination
Plymouth University news: Plymouth Higher Group issues Statement of Intent to stand against discrimination in the city.
Families blitz Radford Woods with nature survey extravaganza
Plymouth University news: Families blitz Radford Woods with nature survey extravaganza
£2.8 million of grants given to 26 South West businesses
Plymouth University news: Grants totalling £2.8 million from the GAIN Growth Fund have been made to 26 growing South West businesses – with the awards expected to create 479 new jobs and unlock a further £13.5 million in private investment.