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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard celebrates completion of multi-million pound conservation project on HMS Warrior

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An authentic Victorian cutlass drill onboard HMS Warrior at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Supporters and visitors gathered on the deck of HMS Warrior at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this morning to celebrate the culmination of a multi-million pound conservation project. With flags fluttering in the July sunshine, the event marked the completion of a four-year conservation project made possible by a grant of £3.2 million from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the launch of an all-new visitor experience on board.

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UoP Professor wins academic excellence prize

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UoP 2017 Logo webpic-for-bio-1-3-1-212x300Lorraine Hope, Professor of Applied Cognitive Psychology and member of the International Centre for Research in Forensic Psychology and the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST), has won an international award for academic excellence.

The International Investigation Interviewing Research Group (iIIRG) awarded her the 2019 Award for Academic Excellence in recognition of her outstanding achievements to the area of ethical investigative interviewing, at their international conference of researchers and investigative practitioners in Norway recently.

Professor Hope said she was thrilled and that the award recognised the impact University of Portsmouth research was having on practitioners and end users.

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