PhD opportunity: Coastal Dynamics from Space
PhD opportunity beginning 1 October 2019 in University of Plymouth's School of Biological and Marine Sciences. Project title: Coastal Dynamics from Space
Research highlights possible targets to help tackle Crohn’s Disease
The work has focused on different types of cells called macrophages, and how they function when bacteria are present
Exhibition sheds light on university research into native bees
Research by the University of Plymouth and the B4 Project, which aims to develop increased understanding of the UK’s native dark honey bee, features in a major exhibition being staged at the world famous Eden Project
Scientific basis for climate change ‘Endangerment Finding’ is stronger than ever
A group of researchers, including Professor Camille Parmesan from the University of Plymouth, say their findings could strengthen challenges to proposed efforts to rollback emissions standards and carbon emissions regulations in the United States.
Does seedling defence vary over large geographical scales?
Researchers from the University of Plymouth’s School of Biological and Marine Sciences will study the feeding behaviour of snails in a new project funded by the Leverhulme Trust
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Climate change scientist to receive funding from President of France
University of Plymouth academic Professor Camille Parmesan has been selected by the President of France Emmanuel Macron to receive funding as part of his "Make Our Planet Great Again" programme.
€1.9million project aims to open the ‘black box’ of marine fungi
Dr Michael Cunliffe, a researcher at the Marine Biological Association and the University of Plymouth, has been awarded €1.9million by the European Research Council to explore the role played by mycoplankton in the marine environment