Read the latest blogs by our academics, experts and alumni – and get an inside look into what's happening at the University.

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Read the latest blogs by our academics, experts and alumni – and get an inside look into what's happening at the University.

36 posts found

Vigilantes and private security are policing the internet where governments have failed The new tightening of government regulation on private security warrants further research to determine if the controls are adequate, explains Professor Mark Button for The Conversation

19 February 2020 5 min read

Mark Button Professor of Security and Fraud at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the Government's decision to introduce regulations to better control the activities of private security which warrant further research and investigation to determine if the controls are adequate.

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Tweet, stream, cloud: it's time to bring 'nature' words back to the countryside We should explore new ways to educate and inspire children about nature, using technology, explains Dr Glenn Hadikin for The Conversation

27 January 2020 8 min read

Glenn Hadikin, lecturer in English Language and Linguistics, at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the emergence of words associated with nature which instead describe technology and the impact of this phenomenon on young people.

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Academic awarded a prestigious grant to examine Higher Education after #MeToo

05 December 2019 5 min read

Dr Anna Bull from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has been awarded an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) New Investigator Grant for her new study.

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