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This study involves making judgements about people who are walking, whilst having your eye movements tracked.

Thriving: A wolf in the exclusion zone at Chernobyl, site of the world's worst nuclear disaster. Credit Valeriy Yurko

Wildlife abundant at Chernobyl

An international group of scientists from the University’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences published their findings that humans are worse for wildlife than nuclear disaster.

University of Portsmouth Vice Chancellor Graham Galbraith, centre, with International Director Joe Docherty, second from right, Chevening representative Catriona MacArthur, right, and the scholarship students.

Warm welcome for scholarship students

International scholarship students destined to become movers and shakers in their own countries have been honoured at the University of Portsmouth. Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Galbraith gave a personal welcome to the recipients of…

In the eight years since the first photo was taken, new housing has been built on farmland near Waterlooville. New access across a meadow is also visible, and the growth of trees is evident.

Landscape Watch Hampshire needs you!

People are being asked to lend their time to help Hampshire stay one step ahead of our changing environment. An innovative new project, Landscape Watch has been set up by earth observation specialists,…

Flashback: The Forensic Innovation Centre was opened in January. From left - University Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Galbraith, Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire Simon Hayes and Chief Constable Andy Marsh.

University shortlisted for Times Higher award

The University of Portsmouth is in line for a prestigious award for its partnership with Hampshire Constabulary that resulted in the setting up of the UK’s first Forensic Innovation Centre. The University has…

New measures: Funding will help researchers and clinicians find new ways of measuring patients' health

£1.8m to identify at-risk patients

Researchers and clinicians from Portsmouth and Oxford have won £1.8m funding to develop an electronic early warning system which recognises when hospital patients’ health deteriorates. The project is a major step towards digital…

Palaeontology student Sam Davies with the fossilised dinosaur foot he discovered.

Student makes Jurassic foot discovery

A University of Portsmouth student has made a “chance in a million” discovery – the fossilised foot of what could be the earliest Jurassic dinosaur. Palaeontology student Sam Davies made the find during…

Dr Alex Ford examines an amphipod shrimp similar to the infected specimens taken from Langstone Harbour.

New brain-altering parasite discovered

A new species of brain-altering parasite has been discovered in Hampshire by University of Portsmouth scientists. A study led by marine biologist Dr Alex Ford found that amphipod shrimps in Langstone Harbour, Portsmouth,…

I spy: Taking the long view from the Spinnaker Tower.

Youngsters on university tourist trail

Hampshire secondary school youngsters had a taste of university life during a free school holiday event. A group of 21 children from 15 different schools spent the day at the University of Portsmouth…

Andrew Porter, Director of Initial Teacher Training at the University of Portsmouth.

Teacher training places still available

Places are still available on the University of Portsmouth’s teacher training programme, which has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. The University was this year allocated more than twice the usual amount of places…

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