Analysing the impact of Britain's longest rulers
Plymouth University news: Constitutional expert Dr Judith Rowbotham writes about the similarities between Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Victoria as the former become Britain's longest-reigning monarch
Making smart decisions on technology
Plymouth University news: Following recent concerns about the use of technology in schools, Steve Wheeler from the Plymouth Institute of Education explores a debate that has been raging for generations
It's results day but don't panic
Plymouth University news: Our Chief Marketing Officer David Alder shares his tips for those receiving their A-level results and going through the Clearing process
Tackling obesity needs a combination of magic bullets
Plymouth University news: Obesity conference organiser Professor Jonathan Pinkney explains how the broad spectrum of expertise on show at the conference could hold the key to a multi-faceted solution to obesity.
Survey of toddlers' teeth shows ticking time bomb
Plymouth University news: After the publication by Public Health England of the first ever survey of oral health in three-year olds, Dr. Gail Rees and Dr. Robert Witton examine the consequences
A testing time for NATO leaders
Plymouth University News: Academic analyses majors global security issues to be addressed at NATO summit
Sugar and diet – a taxing problem?
Plymouth University news: Sugar is the new villain of the Western diet - but is taxation the answer? Dr. Gail Rees discusses the issues.
Exploring the nature of power
Plymouth University news: Dr Mike Sheaff, Associate Professor in Sociology, in the School of Government, discusses the 'nature of power' in an opinion piece originally published by the Western Morning News on Sunday.
Why are the US and Iran in collaboration over Iraq?
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University's Dr Christian Emery, Lecturer in International Relations, gives his opinions on what he calls "the seismic political changes that have led to US-Iranian talks over the latest conflict in Iraq."