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Pollen can tell the story of climate change

An expert in seeing answers to our past and our future hidden deep in pollen, Annette Götz at the University of Portsmouth, is to give a free public lecture next week. The professor…

Professor receives international award for gender equality research

A University of Portsmouth Professor has received a prestigious international award in recognition of her research into gender equality. Karen Johnston, Professor of Organisational Studies, has been awarded the 2018 Julia J. Henderson International…

University of Portsmouth Gospel Choir set to perform to the Queen

The University of Portsmouth Gospel Choir will be performing to the Queen at the Royal Commonwealth Service on Monday 12 March.

University secures £100m investment in Portsmouth

The University of Portsmouth has successfully secured £100m of borrowing through a private placement from two North American institutional investors. The funds will be used to support the first phase of the University’s…

Student invents best-yet fall alarm

A Portsmouth student inspired by the worry of seeing his mother fall over when she was unwell has invented a gadget thought to be the most advanced personal alarm ever. Hassan Zaidi, a…

Could strongly lensed supernovae solve cosmology’s big mystery?

There is a mystery in cosmology: state of the art measurements of how fast the Universe is expanding don’t agree. This might be the first sign of new physics beyond the standard cosmological…

Image conscious people are more likely to give to crowdfunding campaigns

People who are more image conscious tend to support more crowdfunding campaigns according to a new study. The research, from the University of Portsmouth, says that funders who have a public profile containing…

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.

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.

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