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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.

Got an enquiry? For more information on a story – or to arrange to speak to one of our academics – contact our Press and Media team at pressoffice@port.ac.uk or by calling +44 (0)23 9284 2728.

7 articles found

Brexit: why EU Investment doesn't mean a vote for the EU What shapes individual attitudes towards the European Union?

14 August 2019 3 min read

Witness memory has traditionally been overlooked in favour of physical evidence at crime scenes – but Professor Becky Milne is researching ways to better preserve this important evidence.

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Independence and Violence: How Economic Opportunities Affect Women in South Asia What Greater Financial Independence Means for Women Across South Asia

12 June 2019 4 min read

Opportunities have been expanding for women across South Asia, and Prof Tamsin Bradley has researched how these changes are affecting the daily lives of South Asian women. Find out more now.

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How Game Theory Could Save Millions for the Court System Could Game Theory Help Save the Legal System Millions of Pounds?

12 June 2019 2 min read

Dr Ansgar Wohlschlegel has researched how Game Theory can keep civil disputes out of court, and save both parties involved, and the legal system, a lot of money. Find out more now.

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Negative economic messaging impacting on suicide rates says new research

08 May 2019 3 min read

Relentless negative reporting on economic downturns is impacting on people’s emotions and contributing to the suicide rate, according to new research carried out by Dr Adam Cox.

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International grant to examine Bank of Japan's monetary policy

18 March 2019 3 min read

Alexis Stenfors has received a Toshiba International Foundation Grant to examine the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy. Read more today.

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Citizen science volunteers driven by desire to learn

31 July 2017 2 min read

People who give up their time for online volunteering are mainly motivated by a desire to learn, a new study has found. Read more today.

University joins major project to manage global overfishing

24 June 2017 2 min read

The University of Portsmouth is involved in FarFish, a major international project to improve EU fisheries and examine overfishing. Read more today.

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