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  • Student brings back ruin to life

    Ciprian Selegean, who is doing a masters degree in computer animation, has produced a stunning digital reconstruction of how Corfe Castle in Dorset if it hadn’t been destroyed 400 years ago.

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  • Looking for participants for a psychology study

    The Department of Psychology is seeking volunteers for a study on social interactions.

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  • Pint of Science

    World-class researchers from the University will be giving talks in city pubs from May 23 to 25 as part of the national Pint of Science initiative.

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  • Registration closing soon for Staff Sports Day 2016

    There’s still time for you to register a team for this year’s Staff Sports Day. Can you lead your department to glory this year? Registration will close on Friday 20 May so be quick!

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  • Get active, stay stress free!

    50+ sport and recreation opportunities for FREE throughout May.

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  • Female research participants required

    The Research Group in Breast Health are recruiting females for a study investigating the effectiveness of different breast support garments during everyday activities. Each participant will receive a free bra set on completion of testing.

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Events (View all events)(View all L&T events)

Library Book Nook opening

Event date: Thu, May 5, 2016
Everyone is warmly invited ​welcome to attend​​ the official opening of the Library Book Nook​ by the Vice-Chancellor.​ ...(more)

Book launch: Understanding police intelligence work

Event date: Thu, May 5, 2016
Join Adrian James, ICJS Senior Lecturer, for his booklaunch at Blackwell's bookshop. ...(more)

What Colour is the Sacred?

Event date: Sat, May 7, 2016
Staff are warmly invited to join a special evening to launch the exhibition of Portsmouth Cathedral's next artist in residence, Ken Devine....(more)

Heavenly Voices: A concert of choral music featuring Dvorak's Mass in D major

Event date: Sun, May 8, 2016
The University of Portsmouth joins forces with the Portsmouth Cathedral Choir for a programme of glorious choral music. ...(more)

Research and Innovation

Event date: Tue, May 10, 2016
Find out about more about research within the University and plans for the future from Pal Ahluwalia, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) and Sarah Duckering, Director of Research and Innovation Services....(more)

Should HIV infection be treated as a harm in criminal law?

Event date: Tue, May 10, 2016
Matthew Weait, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, will discuss the treatment of HIV as necessarily harmful in a criminally relevant sense and suggest that the justification for doing so relies not on anything immanent in HIV itself and depends rather on more complex ethical and political choices....(more)