Robert Polidori, Favela Rocinha #1, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2009, UV-cured ink on aluminum, 3.4 x 9.8 feet/1 x 3 meters, edition 1/2. © 2009 Robert Polidori, image courtesy of the artist

Venice exhibition bridges frontiers

Two men from opposite sides of the world who met while studying art history at Oxford 25 years ago are staging a major exhibition in Venice. Frontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects Us is…

Brands with strong stories do better

Brands with stories live happily ever after

More businesses would have happy endings if they started with stories, according to new research. Managers need to be able to spin a great yarn as easily as they manage people and budgets,…

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Students shortlisted for Telegraph STEM awards

Two University of Portsmouth students who have designed a robotic machine that can ‘print’ walls without human intervention have been shortlisted for The Telegraph 2015 STEM Awards. Ali Bobaker and Pablo Arcelino de…

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Cycle to Work scheme announced

From Tuesday 14 April take advantage of the Cycle to Work scheme, improving your fitness and helping reduce congestion and pollution around Portsmouth.

Sandi Toksvig in conversation with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC at the second Chancellor’s dinner, in the city’s Guildhall

Sandi Toksvig in conversation with leading human rights lawyer

Arguing for the death penalty in a debating class at school ignited a lifelong passion for advocacy, Britain’s leading human rights lawyer, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, told students and alumni at the Chancellor’s…


Sandi Toksvig spends day with students

Chancellor Sandi Toksvig sampled student life when she spent the day on campus this week cheering on sports teams, meeting students and travelling on the University bus. After meeting with journalism students in…


Seeking champions for researchers’ network

Keep up to date with other researchers and issues that affect them.

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UPSU Sabbatical Elections 2015 – Voting Week

Make your voice heard!

Waste not, want not: Professor Ashraf Labib

Better housekeeping could save councils millions

Local governments in the UK could save £168m a year by checking how many expensive software licences are actually being used and what each costs, according to new research. Many local councils are…

Wyman Babbage’s crocodile eye – the image accompanies text describing to children the workings of a crocodile's eye

Illustrators bring creatures to life

Hundreds of mammals, birds, insects, reptiles and fish in ink, in paint, on film and in the air are being exhibited after what started as a small project for illustration students took on…

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