FUTURES2020: Celebrating European Researchers
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This year the University of Plymouth joins FUTURES, a unique public engagement festival dedicated to showcasing research and innovation, as part of the European Researchers’ Night projects. With more than 300 cities across 30 European countries taking part, this exciting event showcases the region’s rich scientific and cultural heritage through fun, interactive learning.

The festival is an opportunity for all to meet the University of Plymouth researchers working to make a difference to our daily lives.

Contributors from the University of Plymouth include:

Our events are highlighted below, book your place to find out more about research across science, heritage and history, and the path these academics took to become some of the world’s leading researchers in their field.  

FUTURES2020 is funded by the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions; delivered collaboratively by the University of Bath, Bath Spa University, University of Bristol, University of Exeter and the University of Plymouth.

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In conversation with local young people, Jodie will share her research on the effects of climate change, alongside marine biologist Dr Ines Lange, mathematician Rayanne Vitali and geographer Dr Kate Baker from University of Exeter. 

Listen to Our Shared Planet:

Dr Jodie Fisher, Senior Technician in Earth Sciences

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