Articles from University of Plymouth

University partners with 3 Michelin star The Fat Duck to boost hospitality education

Undergraduate students will get to work with one of the world’s most high-profile chefs and restaurants thanks to a new partnership struck by the University of Plymouth.

Robots can take just three hours to learn how to successfully support teachers in a classroom environment

Robots can learn how to support teachers in class sessions Robots can take just three hours to successfully learn techniques which can be used to support teachers in a classroom environment, according to new research.

University works with international partners on €47 million tidal energy project

Led by the UK’s Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, TIGER comprises 19 partners from across the UK, France and Sweden, spanning turbine developers, ocean energy demonstration sites, research organisations, as well local and regional authorities.

Girls into Geoscience goes global at prestigious women in science event

An award-winning initiative designed to encourage girls to consider a career in earth sciences will be showcased at an international conference next month. 

Chief Dental Officer helps celebrate increased training capacity at University of Plymouth

An extension to cutting-edge facilities for training the next generation of dentists and dental therapists has been officially opened by the most senior member of the profession in England.

Multi-million pound partnership creates South West Institute of Technology

Employers and employees across Plymouth and the South West are set to benefit from a new partnership which will herald a multi-million pound investment in the region.

Students from the University of Plymouth win national Design Challenge competition

Student device powers to national engineering success A team of students from the University of Plymouth have won a national competition coordinated by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

Parental involvement plays key role in children’s academic attainment, research shows

New research has shown how parental engagement has a positive effect on a child’s academic attainment – regardless of age or socio-economic status.

Emeritus Professor awarded prestigious honour by the Royal College of Anaesthetists

Rob Sneyd, Emeritus Professor of the University of Plymouth, has been recognised for his lifetime services to anaesthesiology with the prestigious Gold Medal from the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

University of Plymouth project offers new lease of life to disabled former musicians

Participants are being sought for a life changing project designed to help injured or ill former musicians reconnect with the joy of playing. Researchers at the University of Plymouth are bringing together a group of people who, because of mental health or physical injury, are no longer able to play their instruments. They are particularly interested in hearing from current or ex-military and other services (police, fire etc) personnel who would like to take up playing again.


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