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Team Dynamic members receive their award. From left: Paul Duffield (Nauti), Charlie Clark (Dynamic), Connor Harvey (Dynamic), Dheeraj Rongala (PBS), Paul Trott (PBS), Jia Hng Khoh (Dynamic), Peter Wainwright (PBS).

Students honoured for wind farm work

A team of business students has been honoured for its contribution to the region’s offshore wind farm industry as part of an Apprentice-style challenge. The group of four students was chosen as the…

Find out more about the European Union in an afternoon of talks at the University of Portsmouth.

University hosts day of talks on EU

The University of Portsmouth will host a day of presentations about the European Union next month ahead of June’s EU referendum. The event – organised by the University’s Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence…

Inspiring women: Professor Gioia Pescetto.

New chance for women to take helm

The Dean of Portsmouth Business School is championing support for women by offering substantial scholarships to the Masters in Business Administration (MBA) course. The MBA is seen worldwide as the gold standard in…

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University wins three Athena SWAN awards

The University has won three Athena SWAN awards in recognition of its commitment to advancing women’s careers. Portsmouth’s Department of Sport and Exercise Science, Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, and School of Pharmacy…

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Irish peace process ‘at risk’ if Britain leaves EU

Northern Ireland’s delicate peace process could be put at risk if Britain votes to leave the EU, according to a University of Portsmouth expert. In an article published today in the Journal of…

An artist's impression of UTC Portsmouth

UTC Portsmouth gets planning go ahead

Portsmouth’s new employer-led University Technical College (UTC) got the green light today from the city’s planning committee which granted approval for the £10m new school building. The committee approved the application, subject to…

A starry night sky provides a background for the LSST facilities building on Cerro Pachón. The LSST will carry out a deep, ten-year imaging survey in six broad optical bands over the main survey area of 18,000 square degrees.

Portsmouth joins survey to create ‘movie of the sky’

The University of Portsmouth has become one of the latest supporters of a new telescope which is being built to produce movies of the sky. The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) will produce…

Dr Karen Masters will be discussing women in STEM at the House of Lords.

Astrophysicist joins House of Lords discussion

A Portsmouth cosmologist will be joining a select group of opinion-shapers to discuss women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) over lunch at the House of Lords next week. Dr Karen Masters,…

US President Barack Obama.

Student’s audience with President Obama

A University of Portsmouth student met President Barack Obama at the weekend through an initiative that aims to connect Britain’s rising leaders with American people and the United States. John Wheal, a final…

Need your views: The research team (l-r) Emina Hadziosmanovic, Emma Collins and Kim Gordon

Veterans’ views on city service sought

Veterans and their families are being asked to give their opinions on Portsmouth’s Veteran Outreach Support service, one of only a handful of similar services in the UK. The service offers a free,…

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