Dr Awantha Dissanayake, Head of School Marine (Acting) at the University of Gibraltar, has contributed to an international decade-long project that aims to ensure a more sustainable future for the deep ocean.[...]
As part of the university’s three-year undergraduate business degree, students are required to undertake annual unpaid work placements which are linked to their area of specialisation.
As well as providing the student with meaningful industry experience and skills, these placements also benefit the companies they join by providing a fresh perspective and a valuable resource.[...]
PGCE students learn about citizen and diversity, raising their awareness of central issues and latest resources surrounding matters of equality, diversity and inclusion. [...]
In an article published last week in the influential scientific journal Science Advances, scientists revealed how some marine plankton managed to survive the Cretaceous/Paleogene mass extinction. [...]
Whilst it may appear that, the world has been tipped upside down and we are living our lives in a different way currently during the pandemic we must understand and realise that work is still going on, just in a very different way.[...]
Minister Cortes spoke with students who were back on campus after eight days on placement across Gibraltar’s schools. Speaking of the visit, he said, “I was really pleased to visit the PGCE students and talk to them about their course and their aspirations. Having the opportunity to qualify as a teacher at home in Gibraltar has opened a door to many in our community for which teaching has been an option that circumstances seemed to be denying.[...]
A study posted as a pre-print on Cornell University’s arXiv server looked at Italy, Spain and Australia for a nine-week period following lockdown and found that the number of reported cases of COVID-19 decreased as natural ultraviolet radiation increased. High temperatures and humidity enhanced the effect. [...]