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.

14 articles found

Portsmouth graduate's cyber security platform sees exponential success Ben Spring graduates today with a first-class degree in Computer Science

16 July 2021 6 min read

A University of Portsmouth computing graduate who set up a free cyber security training platform in his summer holidays, which now has 600,000 users globally and 19 employees, hopes it can plug the skills gap in defending against cyber attacks.

Image shows a computer keyboard

University of Portsmouth wins first place in computing competition Computing students and staff won the Computable Knowledge Collaborathon.

18 December 2020 3 min read

A team of students and staff from the University of Portsmouth has won first prize in an international computing competition for their work on prototype software to predict a Covid-19 diagnosis.

PhD student Connor Price and lecturer Dr Omobolanle Omisade

EU funding win to help remote control limbs of stroke victims Computing experts will develop the first robotic exoskeleton to help stroke patients.

20 August 2020 7 min read

Therapists will be able to remote control a stroke victim’s limbs to help them get better, thanks to a new funding win for the University of Portsmouth.

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Clever computing puts £500 million into charities' hands

01 June 2020 3 min read

Clever computing puts £500 million into charities’ hands | News | University of Portsmouth

Money in smeone's hands

Medic balances Covid 19 workload with masters studies

28 May 2020 2 min read

Medic balances Covid-19 workload with masters studies | News | University of Portsmouth

Dr Israa Bondoqa

Interactive tables shown to have a positive impact on those living with dementia

31 July 2019 3 min read

The use of interactive tables that encourage users to engage with interactive games has shown to have a positive impact on those living with moderate to severe dementia in residential homes, according to a new study.

Dementia sufferers interacting with the interactive games

Portsmouth academic is Editor-in-Chief of new BMJ health informatics journal

11 April 2019 3 min read

Dr Philip Scott from the University of Portsmouth is Editor-in-Chief of the new BMJ Health & Care Informatics journal.

Medical professional using computer tablet in hospital ward

Simple step will add millions to charities’ purse

31 January 2019 2 min read

A slight technological shift may be the start of a new era for charity fundraising in which good causes get more money, at no extra cost to donors.

Someone is holding a phone in their hand and is donating money and is selecting Gift Aid

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