February 2018

Research takes the P

A research collaboration with Southern Water is helping to keep our rivers and streams healthy.

Staff and students win national awards for Mary Rose broadcast

The creative talents of staff and students from the University of Portsmouth have been recognised at the NewTek UK Content Awards 2018.

Job Opportunities with Sports and Recreation

Apply for job opportunities with the Sports and Recreation Department .

Donors shouldn’t punish NGOs that disclose misconduct – here’s how to help stamp out abuse

The NGO sexual exploitation and abuse scandal has grown ever larger, engulfing many other organisations other than Oxfam, including allegations at the International Red Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières, Save the Children and Plan…

New appointment aims to help develop brain tumour treatments

The University of Portsmouth has appointed Dr Diana Leite as a Senior Research Associate to work on novel methods for screening treatments for adult brain tumours.

Celebrating women in data science

The University of Portsmouth is taking part in a global event to celebrate women who work in data science and information systems around the world.

An Evening with Heroes – Theatre of Avoidance

The Student made company, Theatre of Avoidance, will host an Evening with Heroes on 27 April 2018.

Researcher presents brain’s white matter in Parliament

A former wine maker turned University of Portsmouth neuroscientist will be presenting his research in the Houses of Parliament, as part of British Science Week. Andrea Rivera, 34, works on white matter, the…

Get moving with March ON!

March ON! is back, encouraging students and staff to become more physically active this March with a weekly schedule of FREE activities all month.

Referencing drop-in clinics return to the Library Atrium from Monday 5 March

The ever popular referencing drop-in clinics return once more to the Library Atrium on Monday 5 March 2018

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