Author Gaynor Arnold

The dark side of Alice’s wonderland

The author of a novel based on the questionable relationship between Lewis Carroll and the little girl who inspired Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is to give a public lecture at the University of…

Professor Miriam David

Battle for equality not yet won

How feminism is helping win equality in education is the subject of a public lecture at the University of Portsmouth to mark International Women’s Day in March. Professor Miriam David will discuss the…

Eminent scholar Pal Ahluwalia

Pro VC honoured as eminent scholar

A Pro Vice-Chancellor from the University of Portsmouth has been honoured as an eminent scholar in the field of international studies. Professor Pal Ahluwalia received the honour from the International Studies Association (ISA)…

Winner: journalism student Sophie Merritt (right).
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Journalism student wins national award

A final year journalism student from the University of Portsmouth has won a top national award for her exceptional performance in national journalism exams. Sophie Merritt won the Mustard TV award for video…

A scanning electron microscope image of limpet teeth

Scientists find strongest natural material

Limpet teeth might be the strongest natural material known to man, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth have discovered that limpets – small aquatic snail-like creatures with conical…

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Chinese architects of the future visit Portsmouth

A group of Chinese architecture students have been getting a taste of life at the University of Portsmouth. Their visit was organised by the British Council as part of a collaboration between universities…

Mr Adrian Parry

University appoints corporate governance lead

The University of Portsmouth has appointed Adrian Parry to the new role of Director of Corporate Governance, which replaces the current University Secretary and Clerk to the Board of Governors role. Mr Parry…

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UK losing over £98 billion to fraud

UK businesses and organisations are losing an estimated £98.6 billion to fraud and mistakes every year, according to new research from the University of Portsmouth’s Centre for Counter Fraud Studies and accountancy firm,…

Professor Tara Dean

University appoints new Dean of Science

The University has appointed a new Dean for the Faculty of Science. Professor Tara Dean took up the role at the start of February after four years working as the University’s Director of…

Shirley was plunged into cold water at 12 degrees Celsius in full sailing gear

Double Olympic gold medallist films at Portsmouth

A double Olympic gold medallist and broadcaster was plunged into a cold water immersion tank at the University of Portsmouth during filming for a monthly sailing show on international news channel CNN. British…

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