March 2017

Business partnership receives top grade from Innovate UK

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the University of Portsmouth and Entec International Limited has been awarded the highest possible grade of ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency.

The dark side of sport: Elite athletes as likely to suffer from depression as inactive people

At an elite level, athletes are just as likely to suffer from depression as people who don’t do any sport

Small steps towards treatment of brain disorders

Researchers have made some small but significant steps towards the treatment of degenerative brain disorders with the discovery of drugs that could be developed to rejuvenate and repair the ageing brain. The research…

Final year students – don’t miss out on the chance to win a great prize

Take part in the National Student Survey by 30 April and you could win one of 27 fantastic prizes!

NSS 2017 – one month to go

The participation rate on the National Student Survey (NSS) has now reached just over 70 per cent. Please encourage students who have not yet participated in the survey to do so before they leave for the Easter break.

Alumnus Profile: Amit Vadher

Amit Vadher, who graduated from the University in 2011 after studying BA (Hons) Animation, recently took part in Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist of the Year.

Tell us how you travel and you could win a £50 Gunwharf Quays voucher!

We want the Travel Plan to represent the way staff and students travel to and from the University, to provide a range of sustainable travel solutions that represent the needs of students.

Large electronic devices banned from cabins on UK-bound flights

The ban affects those travelling from and transiting through the six named countries.

Large electronic devices banned from cabins on UK-bound flights

The ban affects those travelling from and transiting through the six named countries. Reminder – Travel Overseas Form must be completed by staff.

Green-fingered students get growing

A group of students from the University of Portsmouth have set up a mini vegetable farm in the courtyard of their University building as part of an urban agriculture project.

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