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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.

240 articles found

Featured News

Portsmouth nursing course first in UK to win accreditation

09 August 2019 2 min read

The adult nursing course at the University of Portsmouth, launched just two years ago, has won endorsement from the industry leader in simulation-based education.

nursing student

Two staff members nationally recognised for their excellence in teaching and learning Jane Creaton and Amy Barlow have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships by Advance HE

08 August 2019 3 min read

Two staff members from the University of Portsmouth have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships by Advance HE for a range of initiatives relating to doctoral education and championing staff-student partnerships.

Jane Creaton and Amy Barlow

Testing the limits of human endurance

05 August 2019 3 min read

Researchers from the University of Portsmouth are aiming to test the limits of human endurance by working with Neil Hunter, who is undertaking a solo unsupported, unassisted expedition to Antarctica.

Man sat in chair with oxygen mask on

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

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