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University takes over landmark Plymouth building to train future health professionals
Doctor won’t see you now: role of technology to support participatory health care
Boost for South West’s floating offshore wind ambitions
Spinout secures government funding to advance power technology
University partners in £750,000 research project to support remote GP care delivery during COVID-19 pandemic
Study seeks best way to meet ‘tidal wave of rehab need’ remotely
University and Marine Conservation Society join forces to assess public knowledge of jellyfish
Study to explore whether new therapy can help address problem drinking
Scientists join UK voyage assessing health of our oceans
Promises found to reduce cheating in large study of adolescents
40% of dementia cases could be prevented or delayed by targeting 12 risk factors throughout life
Coastal cities leave up to 75% of seafloor exposed to harmful light pollution
Scientists publish seminal study into impact of nanoparticles on living species
Scientists appeal for public help with climate change technology project
‘Peripheral’ economies’ and crisis
Shift paradigm from disease to wellbeing
Study shows devices can reduce fibres produced in laundry cycle by up to 80%
Literature academic publishes major essay on 18th century literature
Virtual gathering gives coastal communities chance to discuss global challenges
Spinout signs agreement with Bosch to further development of harvesting robots
Science fiction becomes fact to create live musical performance
British Art Show returning to Plymouth after a decade
Girls into Geoscience 2020 gives pupils a virtual insight into Earth sciences
Study uses water data to map population changes caused by tourism
Scientists make step forward in development of COVID-19 animal vaccines
Artificial night sky poses serious threat to coastal species
Island ‘drowning’ is not inevitable as sea levels rise
University helps create UK’s first electric sea-going passenger boat
Simple way of ‘listening’ to chicks could dramatically improve welfare
Scientists warn against ‘greenwashing’ of global coastal developments
Climate change has degraded productivity of shelf sea food webs
Marine conservation researchers play key role in World Ocean Week events
Sea snakes have been adapting to see underwater for 15 million years
Unique releases mark conclusion of Coleridge classic for 21st century
University-linked social enterprise recognised in Top 100 Index
Scientist supports MP’s call for emergency charity research funding
Major study reveals substantial quantities of tyre particles contaminating our rivers and ocean
Scientists reveal new fundamental principles governing diving in animals
International surveillance system for coping with zoonotic pandemics needs greater attention
Second survey of UK nurses and midwives highlights ongoing concerns about their health
University researcher takes part in major study driving improvement in scientific methodology
University helps home-learners with new maths resources
Study shows potentially harmful arsenic levels at popular former mining works
Research aims to identify why some people become severely ill as a result of COVID-19
Mussel reefs heighten risk of microplastic exposure and consumption
Devon hospital pilots new technology to help keep hospital a COVID-free hub
Project explores fall in parents seeking medical help for children during lockdown
Fossil reveals evidence of 200 million-year-old ‘squid’ attack