University of Plymouth – Celebrating expertise and collaboration at Research Festival 2021 – 28th June – 2nd July – Booking now open
Returning for the fourth year, the Research Festival invites you to understand more of our world and those living in it, from marine sciences to engineering, cybersecurity to global health challenges, architecture to education.
The week welcomes academics, businesses, partners, students and the public to sample a diverse programme of fascinating research projects, many of which offer the opportunity to collaborate or participate in future research.
Hear from top experts, including world-leading researchers from University of Plymouth, COP26 Climate Champion Nigel Topping and BBC Rural Affairs Correspondent Tom Heap, in events that will explore questions like:
- How does our research respond to global challenges facing our healthcare and our environment, both on land and sea?
- Can cob building techniques be revitalised to meet modern needs?
- What knowledge do learners need to face future challenges?
- Are parents supported enough in accessing healthcare for seriously ill children?
Open to all and free to attend, we are delighted to welcome contributors and attendees from around the world to join us in the first ever virtual Research Festival.
Explore the programme – here