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June 2017

Beet the cold: A study helping us to understand blood flow and pain in individuals with Raynaud’s Phenomenon

Age: 18+

Gender: Either

Staff/Student: Both

Developing the travel plan

Over 1,700 staff and 1,000 students responded to the travel survey, providing a wealth of information that informs the development of the Travel Plan, as part of the Estate Masterplan.

Could an artificial coral reef protect marine biodiversity against climate changes?

Climate change from rising levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) is having two major effects in our seas – global warming and ocean acidification – and the combination of these threats is affecting marine…

Would you like to be a Hotwalls Studio Maker?

There is an exciting opportunity for the right artist, creative or maker to join the Hotwalls Studios! If you are looking to take the next steps to work as a professional artist then the studios may be the perfect space for you.

Summer sports sessions

The Department of Sport and Recreation have a great offer for staff and postgraduate students this summer with a range of activities at just £1 per play!

Temporary disruption to University House car park

Waltham Street is being resurfaced by Colas Ltd on behalf of Portsmouth City Council, from Wednesday 28 June 2017 and it will take one week to complete, weather permitting.

University joins major project to manage global overfishing

The University of Portsmouth is involved in a major new international project to improve EU fisheries and examine overfishing across the globe. The FarFish project aims to improve the sustainability and profitability of…

Tiny blood vessels in brain could be key to treating vascular dementia

Researchers from the universities of Portsmouth and Southampton are to study tiny channels embedded in the walls of blood vessels in the brain to assess their impact on dementia. Dementia is the loss…

University lecturer wins prestigious award

A University of Portsmouth University lecturer has won an award for ground-breaking research in the field of applied sport psychology. Dr Chris Wagstaff, in the Department of Sport and Exercise Science, has been presented with…

Gold rating for teaching excellence at the University of Portsmouth

We are one of only four universities in the South East region to be rated gold, along with the Universities of Kent, Oxford and Surrey.

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