Read the latest news from the University, from student success stories and alumni achievements to research breakthroughs across our 5 faculties.

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Read the latest news from the University, from student success stories and alumni achievements to research breakthroughs across our 5 faculties.

519 articles found

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Distance no barrier: Portsmouth academic advises on policing in the ‘Kingdom in the sky’

25 September 2020 3 min read

Senior officials in Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS) have approached the University to explore ways in which the two institutions could collaborate on training and research.

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Help with ground-breaking research to find ways of improving recovery from Covid-19 Scientists are looking for volunteers to see if the breathing muscles can be trained to help people's recovery from Covid-19

24 September 2020 9 min read

Breathing experts exploring a new method to help people recover from Covid-19, using breathing exercises and a hand-held device, are looking for volunteers who have had Covid-19 to help them test it.

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The first of hundreds of new degree level police officers for Hampshire receive their warrant cards The two new programmes mark a new way of training recruits

21 September 2020 5 min read

The Police Education Consortium expects to begin two new courses in collaboration with University of Portsmouth, which aims to deliver hundreds of new police officers to Hampshire

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New app to tackle sources of plastic pollution in Portsmouth A new partnership is set to revolutionise the way plastic pollution in and around Portsmouth is tracked and stopped

16 September 2020 3 min read

A partnership between Jetsam and the University of Portsmouth is set to revolutionise the way plastic pollution in and around Portsmouth is tracked and stopped.

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New study shows how extinct flying reptiles evolved surprisingly sensitive beaks Scientists have discovered that pterosaurs used the sensitive tip of their beak to find food.

15 September 2020 6 min read

Pterosaurs - winged cousins of dinosaurs - evolved sensitive beaks to allow them to find food, like modern birds such as ducks, sandpipers and kiwis, according to a new paper by the universities of Portsmouth and Bath.

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