Articles from University of Plymouth

‘Breasts as you’ve never seen them before’ – Students exhibition to challenge our assumptions #IWD2019

An exhibition starting next week at the University of Plymouth is to showcase alternative prosthesis designs for women who have undergone surgery for breast cancer.

The University of Plymouth joins alliance of top UK-Chinese universities

The University of Plymouth is joining some of the top higher education institutions (HEIs) in the UK to forge new and stronger links with China.

University of Plymouth renews strategic partnership with global education provider Navitas

The University of Plymouth has signed a new agreement with global education provider Navitas for it to continue as its strategic partner for international student recruitment pathways.

Educational Isolation: Report warns of isolation for coastal and rural schools

Policy makers, funding agencies, organisations and stakeholders should review their practices and funding mechanisms to support schools that are educationally isolated, a new report suggests.

University of Plymouth one of first to pledge support to its local community #TrulyCivic

The University of Plymouth has become one of the first in the country to pledge to support a new agreement that seeks to strengthen and celebrate the links between higher education institutions and their communities.

University of Plymouth chosen to be a part of national knowledge exchange project

The University of Plymouth has been chosen as one of 21 higher education institutions to help establish the government’s new Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF).

Advance HE awards 10,000th Senior Fellowship to Plymouth academic

An academic who has been teaching students about the various applications of mathematics for more than three decades has been welcomed by Advance HE as its 10,000th Senior Fellow. 

University of Plymouth spinout company receives £1.2 million funding from the Department for Health and Social Care

Amprologix Limited, a University of Plymouth spinout company, has won a £1.2 million contract from the Department for Health and Social Care to accelerate development and scale up its lead antibiotic candidate to tackle antimicrobial resistant MRSA and related superbugs.

Marine biology students get opportunity to work with Blue Planet cameraman

Over the past two decades, award-winning nature cameraman Doug Anderson has worked alongside many of the world’s leading marine scientists.

Student and graduate collaborate to make prizewinning design reality

An on-trend and technically proficient design for a pair of glasses has landed a University student first place in an international competition, and an internship with a top German manufacturer.

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