University wins international competition to test cutting edge robots
An innovative project from the University of Plymouth has been selected as one of six across Europe to win state-of-the-art robots from global electronics company, Epson.
Dementia could be detected via routinely collected data, new research shows
A new machine-learning model that scans routinely collected NHS data has shown promising signs of being able to predict undiagnosed dementia in primary care, according to new research.
University and three schools achieve Athena SWAN awards
The University and three of its schools have attained Athena SWAN bronze awards in recognition of a commitment to improve gender equality.
University of Plymouth: The Plymouth OWL, a new open-source robot for stereo depth using vergence and disparity.
Master of the marathon?
Plymouth University News: A team of robots from Plymouth University are hoping to be crowned masters of the marathon at the global RoboWorld Cup competition in China
Graduate's prosthetic scoops national prize
University of Plymouth news: An inventor who began developing prosthetic hands while studying at the University of Plymouth has been named the 2015 winner of the National UK James Dyson Award.
University helps partner secure doctorate awarding status
A long-standing partnership between the University of Plymouth and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences has enabled a German institution to gain independent PhD awarding powers
Images and codes provide alternative to multiple device password systems
Plymouth University news: A system using images and a one-time numerical code could provide a secure and easy to use alternative to multi-factor methods dependent on hardware or software and one-time passwords
University is named regional centre for teachers and technology
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University has become the South West regional centre for the national initiative Computing at School, which helps teachers teach core computing skills in the national curriculum.
Study examines websites' password practices
Plymouth University News: Global IT giants including Amazon and LinkedIn could be doing far more to raise awareness of the need for better password practices among their users, a study by Plymouth University has found