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Read all of our latest blogs by our academics, experts and alumni.
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Communicating Science in a Pandemic Dr Simon Kolstoe looks at the effect the Covid-19 pandemic has had on how science is communicated

29 March 2021 7 min read

Communicating science in a pandemic. Perhaps one of the biggest positives to have come out of the last year of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a renewed trust in science.

Dr Simon Kolstoe serving as a model for Prof Richard Newsom’s cough droplet imaging experiment.

New Pitman training centre at the Portsmouth Technopole Innovation Connect welcomes new members Paul Lawrence and Pitman Training to the Portsmouth Technopole

11 March 2021 5 min read

Paul Lawrence’s vocation is helping others with their careers. Paul spent the noughties delivering intensive career support for people aged under 24 through the New Deal scheme, and assisting young people back into the job market after employment gave Paul a lifelong love of training.

Pitman Training at Portsmouth Technopole

Does your face mask protect you or other people? Making sense of the effectiveness of different types of face mask

14 July 2020 Dr Simon Kolstoe 7 min read

Simon Kolstoe, Senior Lecturer in Evidence Based Healthcare, at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the effectivness of face masks

Personalised face mask with sunglasses

Coronavirus: researchers no longer need consent to access your medical records Patient data is an extremely valuable research resource which now, more than ever, must be handled appropriately, explains Dr Simon Kolstoe for The Conversation

31 May 2020 Dr Simon Kolstoe 7 min read

Simon Kolstoe, Senior Lecturer in Evidence Based Healthcare and University Ethics Advisor, at the University of Portsmouth writes for The Conversation about Government using the public's medical records for coronavirus data

Scientist going through beakers

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