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Rubbish is piling up and recycling has stalled – waste systems must adapt It is crucial to ensure that waste sector staff are protected and recovered materials are uncontaminated and safe to use in supply chains, explains Dr Keiron Roberts for The Conversation

30 April 2020 Dr Keiron Roberts 8 min read

Keiron Philip Roberts, a Research Fellow in low/clean carbon technologies within the University of Portsmouth Research England funded GreenTech South Innovation hub, writes for The Conversation about the fragility of our waste cycle system

Overflowing rubbish bin

AIPA Cluster - Expertise in AI Bringing together diverse areas of expertise in the development and use of AI

21 April 2020 5 min read

The University of Portsmouth’s Artificial Intelligence and its Practical Applications (AIPA) Cluster brings together diverse areas of expertise in the development and use of AI from across the University.

Artificial Intelligence AIPA Cluster

Careers you can do with a maths degree

24 September 2019 5 min read

Find out how a maths degree gives you skills and knowledge in mathematical theory that applies to jobs in industries such as finance and programming.

Male student giving a maths presentation

Collaboration for success - a testimony from Dr Ed Smart Dr Ed Smart explains how the Themes Research and Innovation Fund supported a successful collaboration.

16 September 2019 4 min read

Dr Ed Smart’s collaboration with Prof. Lisa Jack resulted in a successful bid. Ed explains how Themes Research Innovation Fund supported their work.

Dr Ed Smart

There’s a massive cybersecurity job gap – we should fill it by employing hackers Cyber attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, using psychological manipulation as well as technology, explains Dr Helen Thackray for The Conversation

17 April 2019 Dr Helen Thackray 5 min read

Helen Thackray, research associate in the School of Computing, at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the need for the employment of more hackers to deal with growing cyber threats.

Person hacking

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