Do species move, adapt or die?
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Do species move, adapt or die? Biodiversity, ecological change and community dynamics in the Anthropocene. University of Plymouth, 22 January 2018.
Geological Society of London Higher Education Network Annual Meeting 2018
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Geological Society of London Higher Education Network Annual Meeting 2018. ‘The Way to Work’: Graduate Employability in the Geosciences. University of Plymouth, 16-17 January 2018.
Professor Iain Stewart from Plymouth University writes commentary piece on sustainable geoscience
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Video game to help islanders understand volcano's power
Plymouth University news: The inhabitants of a Caribbean island will soon be able to learn more about the volcano which towers over their homes thanks to a video game created at Plymouth University
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