BREATHE – Internet of Things (IoT) in the Wild
The University of Plymouth, led by Professor Katharine Willis, is piloting using smart technologies and LoRaWAN networks 'in the wild' in Cornwall, UK to support those with breathing conditions from asthma to COPD.
Big cities have failed us. It’s time to think about smarter, healthier neighbourhoods
Professor Katharine Willis, Professor of Smart Cities and Communities and academic in the Centre for Health Technology at the University of Plymouth. Here she shares her views on the role of the neighbourhood in a post-COVID world.
University works with city partners to enhance parks and green spaces
The Green Minds project, led by Plymouth City Council in partnership with the University of Plymouth and other organisations, has received almost €4million in funding from the European Commission
Plymouth becomes the UK’s first Fab City
The University of Plymouth, Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth City Council and the Real Ideas Organisations have agreed to commit efforts and resources towards producing all the energy, food and products they consume
Academics and graduates hack the city at Victoria and Albert Museum
Visitors had the chance to talk to a plant, chat with a bench and deceive a light at an exhibition staged by the University of Plymouth at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London