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Forgotten voices at heart of new UK food research project
University granted consent for iconic new engineering and design facility
Could physical activity help minimise drug and alcohol use?
New short courses launched in Humanities and Performing Arts
University awarded £1m to create national test facility for renewable technology
Researchers to investigate Quantum Computing for music industry
New 3D, 360-degree lab tour explores vital brain tumour research
Sustainability under spotlight in collaborative research project for creative industries
Research reveals full extent of seagrass beds in Looe Bay
Beethoven’s private legacy: his musical sketches
Research highlights near-miss which could have changed outcome of D-Day
Time for total rethink on management of alien species
Scientists call for decade of concerted effort to enhance understanding of deep seas
Scientists join call for major shift in understanding to protect ocean
Scientists awarded £2.6million to examine environmental impacts of biodegradable plastics
Cutting edge agricultural robots offers a low-cost lifeline to UK farmers
Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise finalist in NHS Parliamentary Awards
Microplastics in Death Zone
University helps UK Overseas Territory become sanctuary for wildlife
‘A threat greater than Covid’ – why we should be paying more attention to antimicrobial resistance
University works on multimillion-pound project to create plastic ‘hope spots’ in Bali
Robotics spinout wins Innovate UK grant to support work through pandemic
Scientists unravel how and why Amazon trees die
Project examines impact of counter-terrorism measures on residents’ everyday experience in European cities
University launches virtual programme to support Cornish businesses through COVID pandemic
Animal groups consider multiple factors before fighting
University launches new £200,000 Research and Development Fund
Plastics and rising CO2 pose combined threat to marine environment
Researchers join €10m project examining cultural and climate change across Europe
Sea-level rise will have complex consequences for coasts and communities
Festival of research and discovery comes to Plymouth
Emergency care doctors not getting sufficient ‘down time’, new study shows
Living near green space linked to lower rates of smoking and higher chances of quitting
‘Put dementia on agenda’ – Prime Minister endorses new guidance for town and parish councils
Report sets out roadmap to enhance equality, diversity and inclusion within offshore renewable energy sector
Judges’ decisions in sport focus more on vigour than skill
Beaches can survive sea-level rises if they have space to move
International study develops ground-breaking method of making biodiesel from dirty old cooking oil
University takes Techstars Startup Weekend online
University partners with pioneering company to develop new approach to marine surveying
University shortlisted for three accolades at Green Gown Awards
First cutting-edge equipment installed at new brain research facility
Project combines geology and technology to generate a new approach to calculating earthquake hazard
Innovative approach to dental care for people experiencing homelessness is praised by patients
Healthy aging project sees COVID spark volunteering boost
Scientists release previously unseen footage showing environmental impacts of pot fishing
UK’s first sea-going electric ferry launches in Plymouth
Peninsula Pathways goes online to encourage and support future healthcare applicants