Trio of awards enable earth scientists to pursue research projects overseas
Lecturer in Neotectonics Dr Sarah Boulton, Lecturer in Earth Sciences Dr Zoë Mildon and PhD student Joshua Jones from the University of Plymouth have received funding from the Geological Society of London to pursue research overseas
Rocky habitats need to be protected for endangered amphibians to survive, study shows
An international team of scientists led by the University of Plymouth has published research in the PLoS ONE journal showing that rare amphibians living on rocky plateaux in western India are in desperate need of greater protection
Study offers detailed insight into early-life behaviour of grey seal pups at sea
Male and female grey seal pups show distinct behavioural differences as they learn to forage in the early stages of independence, according to research led by the University of Plymouth, the University of St Andrews and Abertay University
Development and training
Plymouth University research: research related development and training
Student receives award for science communication
Plymouth University news: A Plymouth University student is to receive a prestigious national award in recognition of her work to proactively generate interest in geology and the sciences
Analysing the fallout of radioactivity in the shadow of Chernobyl
Meet PhD student Emily Vernon, who spent a week in the irradiated zone in September.
Student and scientist participate in international scientific expedition to Antarctica
Plymouth University news: A Plymouth University PhD student will be travelling to Antarctica later this year after successfully applying to join an international scientific expedition which will assess the impact of climate change on the Southern Ocean
Delving inside the minds of dancers
Plymouth University News: The mental imagery and preparation used by performers to push the boundaries of contemporary dance is to be analysed in a study led by Plymouth University.