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A three times Queens Anniversary Prize winner, we have a proud reputation for conducting world-leading, impactful research. From health technologies to heritage; marine sciences to medicine; psychology to sustainability, University of Plymouth researchers are winning major funding grants, publishing papers in high-impact journals, and forging powerful international partnerships. We are fast developing a critical mass of expertise in emerging areas such as agri-technology, antimicrobial resistance, cybersecurity and creative economies. Our response to global environmental challenges, from the low carbon agenda to water quality and food security in the developing world, highlights our robust commitment to finding solutions to climate change.

Our research strengths take advantage of our coastal and rural location, including the breath-taking natural laboratory of Plymouth Sound. Our waterfront Marine Station, home to our extensive fleet of research vessels, complements the Marine Building featuring wave tanks, a navigation centre, and the cutting-edge Cyber-SHIP Lab that tackles maritime cybersecurity issues.

The new Brain Research and Imaging Centre is the most advanced multi-modal facility in the region and, together with our medical research facility and faculty, is co-located with the University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, facilitating a cross-collaborative environment where many staff combine consultation work and research.


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El cuerpo del líder socialista Giacomo Matteotti es descubierto en las afueras de Roma el 16 de agosto de 1924, dos meses después de su desaparición. Archivio GBB/Alamy

El asesinato de Giacomo Matteotti: la sombra de Mussolini en el caso más tristemente célebre de Italia

Cien años después del asesinato del líder de la oposición italiana, unos documentos guardados durante mucho tiempo en la London School of Economics podrían arrojar nueva luz sobre la implicación de Mussolini en su muerte.
The body of socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti is discovered on the outskirts of Rome on August 16 1924, two months after his disappearance. Archivio GBB/Alamy

The murder of Giacomo Matteotti – reinvestigating Italy’s most infamous cold case

One hundred years after the Italian opposition leader’s murder, documents long locked away at the London School of Economics could shed new light on Mussolini’s involvement in his death
Arrêter de boire réduit le risque de contracter une maladie grave comme un cancer ou une pathologie cardiovasculaire. Pormezz/Shutterstock

Qu’arrive-t-il à votre foie quand vous arrêtez de boire de l’alcool ?

Le foie possède un remarquable pouvoir d’autoguérison. Mais quand on consomme trop d’alcool, cette guérison atteint ses limites. Un foie trop endommagé ne retrouvera pas son aspect initial.


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