Public Research Programme
University of Plymouth: The programme of research events including Research Festival, inaugural professorial lectures and the public research lecture series.
The geological record of earthquakes – Dr Sarah Boulton
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The geological record of earthquakes, a Public Research Lecture by Dr Sarah Boulton on the geological perspective of earthquake activity and after-effects. Thursday 23 May 2019.
Extreme waves and the structures that dare to stand – Professor Alison Raby
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Alison Raby - Extreme waves and the structures that dare to stand. Public event. Thursday 25 April 2019.
Marine robotics: a vast frontier for development – Dr Jian Wan
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Marine robotics: a vast frontier for development with Dr Jian Wan, exploring the latest advancements and future possibilities of autonomous marine vehicles. Thursday 28 March.
It's a small world: the wonders of Nanotechnology – Professor Richard Handy
What's on at the University of Plymouth: It's a small world: The wonders of Nanotechnology | Professor Richard Handy, exploring the dangers and benefits of this rapidly-evolving field of research. Thursday 28 February.
Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Series
Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Series in geography
The Annual Royal Society of Biology lecture series
The Annual Royal Society of Biology lecture series is jointly organised by the School of Biological Sciences and the Royal Society of Biology.
Annual Plymouth Linnean Lecture series
Annual Plymouth Linnean Lecture series.
Researching homeless people as if they matter
Researching homeless people as if they matter, Professor Paul Cloke, University of Exeter
Tackling sexual violence in conflict
Plymouth University news: Leading academics from across the UK will be attending a free public event at Plymouth University which aims to raise awareness of the global impact of wartime sexual violence