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Targeted removals and monitoring can help manage lionfish in Mediterranean
Arts Institute Film Commission 2021
Academics highlight major health challenges facing coastal communities
Appearance related anxiety – and tool which is helping people post-lockdown
Coastal ecosystems being ‘burned’ by double whammy of rising temperatures and ocean acidification
Plymouth’s National Marine Park set to receive £9.5m
Grants to further researchers’ work in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
University scientists help to unlock hidden secrets of UK meteorite
How can England prepare for final? A sports psychologist’s view
New technology to aid medical research and discovery
£1.375 million to rapidly accelerate Parkinson’s drug search
New model accurately predicts how coasts will be impacted by storms and sea-level rise
Scientists uncover new signalling pathway that could shed light on damage repair during brain injury
University and Royal Navy agree to join forces for marine autonomy research
‘Ocean Organ’ aims to highlight damaging effects of climate change
Government minister sees University excellence in maritime innovation
Conference looks at most effective ways to tackle climate emergency
Leading digital health researcher awarded MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours List
£400,000 funding for revolutionary digital health project to treat dysfunctional breathing
University partners with SailGP as city hosts Great Britain Sail Grand Prix
University explores impact of climate change and microplastic pollution in Antarctic
Marine Research Plymouth cements city’s reputation as UK’s go-to location for marine science
Researcher launches platform for people with rare diseases
Blue Abyss brings world’s biggest and deepest pool to Cornwall with £150m project
Floating ocean plastic can get a boost to its wave-induced transport because of its size
University supports conference where world’s business leaders will debate future of economy
Maritime cyber research wins 2021 Lloyd’s Science of Risk prize
Academics contribute to policy advice on nature and coastlines
Cutting edge technique uses fluctuations in video pixels to measure energy use of developing embryos
Technique uses fluctuations in video pixels to measure energy use of developing embryos
Maritime cyber innovation wins at UK government’s cyber security event
Free talks to share how nutrition can aid COVID-19 recovery
New research explores people’s experience of anxiety in Parkinson’s
University supports Plymouth’s Dementia Action Week
Academics contribute to new report highlighting nature’s potential to fight climate change and biodiversity loss
University leads training to help NHS respond to stress and burnout
Using green social prescribing to prevent and tackle mental ill health
How digital health solutions can equip us against future pandemics – online showcase
New book explores causes and consequences of our biodiversity crisis
Artists unveiled for Plymouth Contemporary 2021
“I was close to death” – Mum shares pregnancy sickness experience to highlight importance of new study
Social media and science combine to show how ship’s plastic cargo dispersed from Florida to Norway
Cell adaptation in critically ill could be difference between life and death, new study shows
New research finds tourism sector at risk from ‘lone wolf’ terror attacks
Experimental antiviral for COVID-19 effective in hamster study
Experimental antiviral proves effective in halting spread and damage of COVID-19
Academic contributes to documentary exploring humans’ impact on planet
University researchers help provide a beacon of hope in quest to eradicate ghost fishing