Venetian glass bead and Chinese porcelain among stars finds at Plymouth’s first navy supply yard
Experts from the University of Plymouth and Plymouth Archaeology Society have been carrying out excavations on part of the earliest victualling yard for the Royal Navy in Plymouth, sited at Commercial Wharf to the south of the Barbican
Conference explores the influence and impact of Russian military and maritime strategies
The global impact of Russia’s political and military strategies will be debated by senior officers and academics at a conference organised by the University of Plymouth's Dartmouth Centre for Seapower and Strategy and the Royal Navy’s Fleet Battle Staff
University and Royal Navy agree to join forces for marine autonomy research
The University of Plymouth and the Royal Navy have joined forces to conduct research and advance understanding around the future potential of marine autonomy.
Duke reveals details of his role in wartime naval battle
The Britannia Naval Histories of World War II series, published by the University of Plymouth Press, has been compiled from wartime and post-war battle summaries in the archives at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth
Cadet warships guide reprinted for First World War centenary
Plymouth University News: A handbook which contained silhouettes of all warships in action across the globe in 1914 has been reprinted as a tribute to the cadets and midshipmen who fought and died for their country.
Internet find gives fascinating insight into life of a sailor in 1930s
Dr Harry Bennett, Associate Professor (Reader) in History at the University of Plymouth, transformed a pile of records bought on eBay into an unlikely treasure trove of 1930s naval history
Britain and the Sea Conference 2015
DCSS Events, The conference, organised by the Maritime Foundation in cooperation with Plymouth University, will further consider maritime risks in an era of uncertainty, and their effect on world trade