Artificial intelligence and 3D printing allow embryo assessment technologies to be transferred from laboratory to field
Scientists from the University of Plymouth are advancing the development of new technology which could improve our ability to assess the impacts of climate change
Plymouth Science Park steps up to support students
Second year biomedical science students at the University of Plymouth were granted access to lab space, enabling them to achieve essential clinical microbiology proficiencies
Spinout secures government funding to advance power technology
Pulsiv Solar Limited, a University of Plymouth spinout company, has raised £500,000 to step up development of its novel power conversion technology
Scientists appeal for public help with climate change technology project
As part of the EmbryoPhenomics project, researchers at the University of Plymouth are asking the public to play a role in developing cutting edge imaging technologies that will help us understand the effects of major threats to biodiversity
Plymouth Science Park appoints new CEO and Chair of the Board
Plymouth University news: Ian McFadzen and Michael LeGoff have been appointed as the new CEO and Chair of the Board, respectively, at Plymouth Science Park, which is co-owned by the University.
Innovative solar power company granted two US patents
University spin out company PulsiV Solar is awarded two US patents to protect its new intellectual property in the fields of solar panel energy generation, and energy storage in electrical devices.
Free course: Improving Your Team's Performance (Plymouth)
University of Plymouth: Free taster course in Plymouth which helps you create a more engaged workforce and develop effective performance management techniques.
Graduates are rising stars of e-commerce growth story
Five former University of Plymouth students are proving themselves a force to be reckoned with in the highly competitive world of online sales, working with city based firm Vertical Plus
Iconic new technology building brings 200 jobs to Plymouth
The most technologically advanced building in the West Country was opened at Plymouth Science Park with support from the Heart of the South West LEP Growth Fund, the University of Plymouth and Plymouth City Council