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ICT programme creating new jobs

Published: 17th April 2018

Cornish Businesses have created 101 new jobs by adopting digital technology with help from Superfast Business Cornwall. Businesses in Cornwall are now reaping the benefits enabled by digital technology; including reaching new markets, reducing costs and increasing productivity. This has led to business growth with at least 101 new roles being created in businesses that have

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Developments in artificial intelligence may help us to predict the probability of life on other planets, according to researchers at the University of Plymouth. A project led by PhD student Christopher Bishop and Professor in Artificial Intelligence and Cognition Angelo Cangelosi uses artificial neural networks (ANNs) to classify planets into five types. From that, it

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A PhD student at the University of Plymouth has been awarded a prestigious scholarship to advance her research into microplastics found in the marine environment. Imogen Napper has previously conducted research which showed that each use of a domestic washing machine could release more than 700,000 microscopic fibres into waste water. Now, through an award from Sky

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Skills Group Survey

Published: 3rd April 2018

Cornwall Chamber of Commerce invites you to take part in our very brief survey on skills. We are looking to obtain some insight as to the skills shortage in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Your input will be vital at establishing how the Chamber can campaign for change and can support businesses in this

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Four top swimmers from the University of Plymouth are heading to Australia’s Gold Coast to compete in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Jessica Jackson and Laura Stephens have been selected for Team England, while Denilson Da Costa will swim for Mozambique, and Issa Mohamed for Kenya. Jessica is a 100m freestyle swimmer and Biomedical Science student.

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