A collaboration between the Cluster for Sustainable Cities, Faculty of Creative & Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth and the Southampton-based company MA Systems and Control Ltd is exploring the potential for innovative building-integrated urban wind power technology.
First year PhD student and Research Assistant for Enterprise & Innovation, Carolyn Watt, won 3rd place in the University of Portsmouth faculty wide #UPsharemythesis competition.
On Friday 2nd June, the University of Portsmouth welcomed 21 students from Escola Profissional Val do Rio in ??, Portugal to the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries as part of their Erasmus+ mobility programme.
On Thursday 8th July, the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries welcomed partners from across China. The partners were visiting the University as part of the first ever China Partners Conference, organised by the University’s International Office.
A Media Production Centre (MPC) film was shortlisted for Learning on Screen Award this year.
As part of Fashion Revolution Week (24th – 28th April) at the University of Portsmouth, Innovolvement hosted FashionHack on Monday 24th April and Wednesday 26th April, which encouraged people to re-purpose old garments while incorporating an element of technology.
Tom Garner, Research Fellow in the School of Creative Technologies, University of Portsmouth, has had an article published on The Conversation discussing the technological possibilities of the coming year.
The School of Creative Technologies of the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth has been given an Athena Swan Bronze award.
Trudy Barber, University of Portsmouth wrote the following article for The Conversation, which was picked up by Newsweek and consequently seen by thousands of readers.