Scientists receive funding to explore new theories in quantum physics
Thanks to funding from the Leverhulme Trust, world-leading experts in theoretical physics at the University of Plymouth will explore new regimes in quantum electrodynamics.
Advance HE awards 10,000th Senior Fellowship to Plymouth academic
Dr John Eales, Associate Head (Teaching and Learning) in the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, has been welcomed by Advance HE as its 10,000th Senior Fellow.
New internet security device launched to safeguard schools against child abuse
University of Plymouth news: Computer experts have created a new device that provides round-the-clock monitoring against online child abuse and radicalisation for primary and secondary schools.
Physicists awarded funding to enhance our understanding of the universe
Plymouth University news: Theoretical physicists from the University of Plymouth have been awarded a Consolidated Grant from the Science and Technology Facilities Council to enhance our understanding of the world and the universe that surrounds us
University enhances mathematics education in Jamaica
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University is helping to improve the standard of mathematics education in Jamaica thanks to an innovative project linked to schools and universities in the country
Exhibition showcases the meeting of art and mathematics
Plymouth University news: The complex relationships and shared inspirations which connect art and mathematics will be explored during an exhibition being staged at the University.
University sailor to train with Team GB
Plymouth University news: Sporting excellence scholar James Taylor has been chosen to train with the Team GB sailing squad in the run up to this year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Schools bid to be national maths champions
Plymouth University news: Pupils at 12 schools across England are busy making the final preparations for a competition that could see them crowned as the country’s top young mathematicians and statisticians
Schools in running to be crowned national mathematics and statistics champions
Plymouth University news: Twelve schools are putting their mathematics and statistics skills to the test as they bid to be crowned champions of a prestigious national competition.
Cracked MI9 codes reveal PoWs’ wartime requests
Mathematicians, historians and geographers at the University of Plymouth joined forces to reveal information going in and out of prisoner of war camps during the Second World War