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Scientist wins poster prize February 25: Ceri Roach, a first year MRes student and employee of Chemostrat, has won the Geological Society Regional Group Poster Prize at the 58th Annual Irish Geological Research Meeting. Ceri’s work is on the chemostratigraphic and biostratigraphic evolution of the Porcupine Basin and adjacent Slyne Basin in the Irish Atlantic Margin. Her new work uses samples recovered from wells and integrates geochemical and petrographic analyses of the stratigraphy and provides a calibration for the development of a bespoke mineral model for the basin.
Adding value to boardroom February 24: Business people are being offered the chance to win a free place on a short course, the Value-Added Board, designed to help give current and aspiring directors everything they need to add value in the boardroom. A free taster evening on 9 March at Portsmouth Business School will outline the programme, which includes strategy, leadership, governance and finance, and those attending can enter a prize draw to win a free place on the next course, in May.
Adviser among best in UK February 20: The University of Portsmouth’s student and graduate enterprise manager Dr Philip Ely has been named as one Britain’s top 50 business advisers. He is the only university-based adviser given an award by Enterprise Nation for his work with student and graduate start-up businesses and development of enterprise skills among students.