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One of the Centre’s leading academics, Professor Lora Fleming, has been awarded the 2013 Delcroix Prize for her outstanding research in the field of oceans and human health.
New research from University of Exeter and Loughborough University academics has found that a number of factors are preventing older people with sight loss from participating in physical activity.
Places are still available on our MSc Environment and Human Health programme, with full time students eligible for a bursary of up to £3,000.
A new collaboration with performing arts company Theatrescience is hoping to bring the Centre’s research into active ageing to life.
New research aims to understand health risks of beaches; scientists call for members of the public to report their health.
A unique research partnership between the Centre and two Cornish businesses has won a National Housing Federation community impact award.
A new research partnership, the Health Protection Research Unit, is aiming to identify the health effects of environmental change.
New research has shed light on the prevalence of infections of Staphylococcus pseudintermedius, a pathogen normally linked to dog bites.
A new study has used UK Biobank data to improve our understanding of Ménière’s Disease, a rare condition affecting the inner ear.
Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter and local MP Sarah Newton visited the Centre last week as part of a tour of the Royal Cornwall Hospital.
The Centre’s expert in the visualisation of climate science, Dr Will Stahl-Timmins, has produced an infographic to coincide with the IPCC's latest report.
The Centre is currently looking for businesses in Cornwall to collaborate on research ideas that use data gathered from social media. The call is part of the Centre’s In Residence scheme and will fund academics and businesses to spend time together to develop research ideas.