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Highlights of the media coverage for the University from November 24 – 28
The Telegraph http://tinyurl.com/qaztabu
Daily Mail Link
Southern Daily Echo Link
International Business Times http://tinyurl.com/l2th9cc
So So Gay Link
Herald Scotland http://tinyurl.com/keaos6w
Pink News Link
Irish Examiner Link
Gay Star News Link
Breaking News Link
City AM Link
Student Times Link
Huffington Post http://tinyurl.com/l5tbvqb
BBC Radio Solent
***And over 100 other regional newspapers and websites***
Articles on research by Dr Diana Fleischman which shows that homosexual behaviour may have evolved to promote social bonding in humans. (Psychology)
BBC Radio 4
Interview with Professor Lisa Jack about the new report which says fraud costs the food sector £11bn a year. (PBS)
To listen again: http://tinyurl.com/lwseeg9
BBC Radio 4
Visiting Professor Jim Gee was also interviewed about the above report. (ICJS)
To listen again: http://tinyurl.com/myu9sgs
Food Manufacture Link
Food Navigator Link
Farming UK http://tinyurl.com/njdun7j
Farming online Link
Articles on fraud costing the food sector £11bn a year according to a new report written by Professor Lisa Jack and Visiting Professor Jim Gee.
Daily Mail Link
Article on the benefits of sleeping naked quotes Professor of human and applied physiology Mike Tipton. (Sports Science)
Daily Mail http://tinyurl.com/prlgz7k
Article on a brain tumour patient quotes brain tumour expert Professor Geoff Pilkington.
The Sunday Telegraph (Stem Education)
Article about enhancing employment prospects with spare-time science and tech projects mentions UoP’s Gamejam and quotes lecturer Andy Bain.
The Guardian Link
Mention of Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi being runner-up in The Guardian student photographer of the year award.
The Telegraph Link
Article on a new study which found women’s heel height exerts a powerful influence on men’s behaviour mentions previous UoP research on wearing high heels.
National Geographic http://tinyurl.com/nzs2cqp
Article on 47 mysterious, Milky Way-size galaxies quotes astronomer Dr Karen Masters. (ICG)
The Daily Galaxy (blog) http://tinyurl.com/pgz2fqw
Reports on the new study by cosmologists from Portsmouth and Rome, which found that dark energy appears to be devouring dark matter. (ICG)
Article about research by Dr Chris Wagstaff which found that athletes perform better if they are allowed to express their emotions. (Sport Science)
Events Officer Maricar Jagger was on Express FM talking about the upcoming lecture by the president of the Law Society, Andrew Caplen.
Interview with The Three Belles – a 1940s vocal trio who met while studying at UoP.
Article on the CCI TV Channel written by a student on the BSc Television and Broadcasting degree.
Sussex Business Times
Report on the partnership between Portsmouth Business School and the Crowdfunding Centre.
Sussex Business Times
Article on MBA student Katie Ilincariu who is studying while carrying out a full time international sales role. (PBS)
Southern Daily Echo
News in brief about a networking event on December 6, which is being supported by UoP initiative the Solent Growth Hub.
BBC Radio Devon
BBC Radio Cornwall
Professor Lisa Jack interviewed about the above report.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Peter Lee interviewed about his new book ‘Truth Wars – the politics of climate change, military intervention and financial crisis’. (PBS)
About My Area Link
Reports on the number of teacher training places at UoP having more than doubled bucking the national trend of places being in decline.
Article on a research partnership between UoP, the University of Gothenburg, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and Boero YachtCoatings.
TTG Live Link
A graduate programme manager and a final-year student tell UoP tutor Liz Sharples what they both want to get out of graduate training schemes in the travel trade.
Article on residents voicing their concerns over plans to build nearly 40 homes on a hospital site mentions the land next to the site is owned by UoP. Link
Article on GPs saying a new way of measuring surgeries performance is flawed mentions that the UoP Practice was being measured on diagnosis of heart disease and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, even though many of its patients are under 30.
Claire Sambrook won the Woman in the Arts category in The News Woman of the Year Awards.
Report on Kevin Jones, a volunteer and committee member of the Clay Station, mentions he studied at UoP.
Article on the meeting to discuss a bid to launch a university technical college mentions representatives from UoP attended.
Article on lecturer Claire Sambrook who won The News Woman in the Arts award.
Report on former student Ben Sargeant who started as a graduate trainee at a mystery shopping and performance improvement company and has just been named MD.