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.

597 articles found

Portsmouth academic hosts virtual talk on new approaches to Holocaust education

26 January 2021 2 min read

Dr Christine Berberich hosts virtual talk on new perspectives on Holocaust education

Holocaust memorial

Helping the community through the Covid19 pandemic From supporting local schools and colleges to helping with vaccination programmes, here are some of the ways we're continuing to help the local community to stay safe and well.

25 January 2021 3 min read

From supporting local schools and colleges to helping with vaccination programmes, here are some of the ways the University is helping the local community to stay safe and well.

Man conducting Covid-19 swab test

Mega microscope will help protect maritime history New funding will help care for some of the most important collections associated with UK maritime heritage

25 January 2021 4 min read

Nearly £100K of funding has been awarded to scientists to help ensure that Tudor warship the Mary Rose and other historic ships at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - as well as related artefacts such as boots, cannons and gold coins - are protected for years to come.

The wreck of the Mary Rose

Research highlights importance of training police to recognise coercive control and domestic abuse

22 January 2021 6 min read

Research finds that police training to raise awareness of the complex nature of domestic abuse has had a positive effect on the number of arrests for controlling or coercive behaviour

Two people in an interview

University of Portsmouth papers featured in global top 100 Three research papers have been ranked as among the world’s most influential

22 January 2021 3 min read

Three University of Portsmouth researchers studying communication between humans and cats, plastic-eating enzymes and how to brew an espresso – have been ranked as among the most influential in the world for 2020.

Professor John McGeehan in the lab

New study shows public thinks they are sticking to lockdown rules but others aren't

20 January 2021 6 min read

The public’s belief on how well people are sticking to lockdown rules differs greatly when asked to compare their own actions with those of others

Students in masks

Academic recognised for commitment and expertise in learning and teaching An Associate Dean from the Faculty of Technology has been recognised at the highest level

19 January 2021 3 min read

An academic has been recognised at the highest level for her commitment and expertise in learning and teaching, by being appointed a Principal Fellow (PFHEA) by Advance HE.

jenny walden

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