Delve into the hidden world of microorganisms, discover the strange creatures that lurk in the deep ocean and the frozen continent, and be amazed by secretive glowing animals at this year’s Science in the Square.
The University of Exeter’s beautiful campuses have been recognised as among the best green spaces in the country.
More “intensive” beekeeping does not raise the risk of diseases that harm or kill the insects, new research suggests.
Rising temperatures could mean no male loggerhead turtles hatch at a key breeding ground by the end of this century, new research suggests.
Staff and students from the University of Exeter Medical School treated nearly 5,000 patients at Glastonbury Festival, including a case of mumps.
Exeter has maintained its position as one of the leading Russell Group universities for overall student satisfaction, it has been confirmed.
Hundreds of sharks and rays have become tangled in plastic waste in the world’s oceans, new research shows.
Brazil’s leatherback turtles are making a “gentle recovery” after 30 years of conservation efforts, new research shows.
Climbing the social ladder is a ruff business for dogs, new research shows.
A team of intrepid students from the University of Exeter has been making waves at a special, pan-European eco-racing competition.
Chameleon prawns change colour to camouflage themselves as the seaweed around them changes seasonally, new research shows.
Bacteria living on the skin of frogs could save them from a deadly virus, new research suggests.
The University of Exeter has retained its position inside the top 200 universities worldwide, according to the latest influential international league table.
Women still face significant barriers in forging successful and influential careers in UK energy research, a new high-level report has revealed.
A mite that spreads a dangerous virus among honeybees also plays an indirect role in infecting wild bumblebees, new research shows.
Migratory hoverflies are “key” to pollination and controlling crop pests amid the decline of many other insect species, new research shows.
A national consortium, including the University of Exeter, has been awarded additional funding to cement the UK’s position as a global leader in offshore renewable energy (ORE) innovation and research.
Giant petrels will be “temporary” winners from the effects of climate change in the Antarctic region – but males and females will benefit in very different ways, a new study shows.
The quest to discover the exact location of where the biggest meteorite hit the British Isles -around 1.2 billion years ago – has taken a new twist.
The University of Exeter has been ranked as one of the top 10 UK universities in the UK in the influential Guardian University Guide 2020.
To mark volunteers week (1-7 June), the University of Exeter is delighted to announce that since 2012 Exeter alumni have donated over 75,000 hours to the ‘Making the Exceptional Happen’ Campaign.
The University of Exeter is a key member of a new international partnership initiative designed to boost multilateral education partnerships to pioneer new developments addressing global challenges.
Students and staff from the University of Exeter’s campuses in Cornwall will be at the Royal Cornwall Show again this year from the 6th- 8th June to showcase some of the exciting research taking place in the county.
People working in the fishing industry have among the poorest health of all workers in England and Wales, new research suggests.
Greater transparency is needed to understand the influence of lobbyists when delivering crucial renewable energy schemes in the UK.
The “loser effect” – which causes animals to shy away from violence after losing a fight – evolves independently of any change in fighting ability, new research suggests.
An Exeter mining expert has spoken of her delight after being awarded a significant honour.
Some of the UK’s leading academics and stakeholders involved in environmental intelligence have gathered at Exeter to take part in a special event.
Crabs from a single species rely on different camouflage techniques depending on what habitat they live in, new research shows.
“Swarms” of wolf-dog crossbreeds could drive Europe’s wolves out of existence, according to the lead author of new research.
Older male crickets are better at getting females to live with them – but they mate less than younger rivals once they find a partner.
Experts from the University of Exeter are leading an innovative, free online course to explore how the UK’s energy systems must evolve in order to help tackle climate change.
How adult penguins fish and the body condition of their chicks are directly linked to local fish abundance, and could potentially inform fishery management, a new study has found.
Exeter has reinforced its position as being amongst the leading universities worldwide, according to the latest influential global rankings.
Current efforts to tackle antibiotic resistance are “not nearly radical enough”, a leading scientist says.
A pioneering project to create new technologies to improve the energy efficiency of buildings has begun, after receiving a substantial grant.
The University of Exeter, Penryn Campus Excellence Awards ceremony took place on Thursday 2 May, to celebrate the achievements of young people in Cornwall.
Flocks of birds may appear to move with a single mind, but new research shows jackdaws stick with their mates – even though it harms the flock.
Two University of Exeter scientists will be part of an international team studying plastic pollution in the River Ganges.
An international team of ecologists has carried out the first global meta-analysis of the characteristics and size of invasive alien species’ impacts on native species as invaders become more abundant.
Exeter’s science and humanities subjects are among the very best in the country, according to the latest league table.
Join a team of students at the University of Exeter’s Penryn campus for a day filled with interactive wildlife activities for all the family.
Students at the Camborne School of Mines will be able to gain fascinating new insights into 3D geological modelling of the subsurface, though pioneering new software.
An innovative seaweed farm is set to spring up this summer in Cornwall, thanks to a new collaboration featuring researchers from Exeter.
The University of Exeter Business School has joined an elite group of international institutions to achieve the coveted “triple crown” accreditation status.
On the 18th April, the inaugural China-UK Higher Education Young Talent Alliance (HEYTA) was launched at Tsinghua University in Beijing, with a number of Exeter staff and students in attendance.
World-leading climate change experts from the University of Exeter will give a fascinating insight into the impacts of global warming when they appear on a hard-hitting BBC documentary.
University of Exeter celebrates multi-million pound collaborative bid success for new Institute of Technology for the South West
How Science Works is a recent collaboration between Penryn College and the University of Exeter’s College of Life and Environmental Sciences (CLES).
Do some crickets like to get up early, while others prefer staying up late?
Male crickets age more slowly if they have access to plenty of females, new research shows.
A scientist who specialises in marine turtle research has won an award from international conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London).
Researchers based at the Environment and Sustainability Institute have guest edited and published in a new special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
Striking traits seen only in males of some species – such as colourful peacock feathers or butterfly wings – are partly explained by gene behaviour, new research suggests.
CSM Postgraduate student James Heslington has secured a prestigious international scholarship, it has been announced.
Artists are being invited to bid for a commission to take part in an innovative project that will combine science and the arts to explore mental health, starting at the Cornish coast.
Understanding the complex networks of “contact chains” between British farms, could help identify potential routes for spread of infections and improve disease control strategies for the cattle industry.
University of Exeter alumni and founders of ChargedUp, Hugo Tilmouth and Hakeem Buge have made it onto the prestigious Forbes 30 under 30 list of social entrepreneurs, which was published in February.
More than 100 teachers and career advisers from South West schools attended two HE Advisers’ Days.
Exeter Scholars, the University’s pioneering fair access programme, has been shortlisted in the prestigious Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2019.
Professor Frances Wall has been awarded the Geological Society of London’s William Smith Medal for 2019.
The University of Exeter is seeking cat owners to become researchers for a new study designed to test different techniques to reduce the amount of wildlife killed by domestic cats, while maintaining and improving cat health and welfare.
The University of Exeter has named their new £12.4 million state of the art research facility in Penryn after Cornish scientist and honorary graduate, Stella Turk.
The University of Exeter’s science and humanities subjects have been ranked amongst the very best in the world, according to the latest influential global league table.
World leading researchers give insight into link between evolutionary medicine and early life effects
The quest to determine why people experience different long-term reactions to adversity in early life has received a new, ground-breaking boost.
An international group of researchers working on a wide range of species, from elephants and crows, to whales and chimpanzees, argues that animals’ cultural knowledge needs to be taken into consideration when planning international conservation efforts.
Maasai farmers do not kill lions for retribution whenever they lose sheep or cattle, new research shows.
Once-endangered carnivorous mammals such as otters, polecats and pine martens have staged a remarkable comeback in Britain in recent decades, a new review shows.
The benefits of the ‘silver spoon effect’ in mongoose pups extend across their lifetime, a new study has shown.
University of Exeter student, Arthur Greenhalf, has written a play about madness, human agency and the relationship between art and audience which will be on stage at The Poly, Falmouth on 9 and 10 March.
Pioneers on reducing plastic waste, backed by £1 million of government funding, are seeking to revolutionise the way the south west produce, recycle and utilise plastics.
Location, location, location: Proximity to the mainland determines how coral reef communities respond to major environmental disturbances
Severe weather and environmental disturbances, such as cyclones or thermal coral bleaching, affect specific areas of coral reefs differently, new research has shown.
Exeter researcher awarded Pew Fellowship to discover if commercial fishing harms endangered penguin populations
Experts will work to discover if commercial fishing is harming endangered African penguins by making it harder to forage for food in the ocean.
The University of Exeter has received a major funding boost to lead pioneering new research into using Artificial Intelligence to increase society’s resilience to changes in our environment.
Granite from Cornwall will be examined by UK scientists as part of a £1.8 million project in order to help the country increase its use of geothermal energy.
The University of Exeter’s innovative apprenticeships scheme has been recognised, by securing a number of honours at a regional awards ceremony.
One of the world’s foremost experts in microplastics research has backed calls for a bold new national policy framework to help reduce the amount of ocean plastic pollution.
Light pollution affects the skies over most of the world’s key wildlife areas, new research shows.
A pioneering programme at the University of Exeter, designed to support and nurture high-achieving pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, is celebrating record success.
Funding boost supports next generation of highly skilled scientists and engineers for offshore renewable energy industry
The University of Exeter’s role in developing the next generation of offshore renewable energy has received a significant boost, it has been announced.
The observed population crash in a colony of sooty terns, tropical seabirds in one of the UK Overseas Territories (UKOTs), is partly due to poor diet, research led by the University of Birmingham has found.
Microplastics have been found in the guts of every marine mammal examined in a new study of animals washed up on Britain’s shores.
Exeter and the Plymouth Marine Laboratory strengthen commitment to world-leading marine science research
Two of the South West’s leading environmental research organisations have strengthened their commitment to collaborating to address some of the key questions facing the sustainable future of the ocean.
The University of Exeter has maintained its position as one of the top-200 best employers in Britain for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender staff.
Short-lived wild insects “get old” – losing some of their physical abilities – before they die, new research shows.
The success of the Exeter Mathematics School in helping pupils from all backgrounds to attend top universities has been highlighted in a new, high level report.
A creative and environmentally aware teenager from North Devon has designed and built a whale tail sculpture to raise awareness of the impact of single use plastic. The sculpture, which is made from 1500 recycled water bottles, is currently on display in the ESI building on the Penryn Campus until the end of term.
Many cat owners worry about their pets wandering the streets, but perceive cats hunting mice and birds to be unavoidable instinct, researchers at the University of Exeter have found.
A Masters student and recipient of the first Fulbright scholarship for the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus, is hoping her work on pollinator research in Cornwall will have a positive impact on conserving pollinators in the U.S. territory of Guam and the wider Mariana Islands in the western North Pacific Ocean.
Up to 93% of green turtle hatchlings could be female by 2100, as climate change causes “feminisation” of the species, new research suggests.
The quest to discover what drove the last, long-term global climate shift on Earth, which took place around a million years ago, has taken a new, revealing twist.
Pioneering new research on major environmental issues, led by scientists from the University of Exeter, have received a major funding boost, it has been announced.
Drones can be used to create low-cost and accurate 3D maps of coastal areas, new research shows.
Research conducted by Exeter experts has been recognised amongst the top 100 influential in 2018.
Build Solar, an innovative spin-out company from the University of Exeter, lead the way at the Cornwall Sustainability Awards with a win in the "Innovation - Tomorrow's Contribution to Sustainability" category for their impressive new product Solar Squared, a multifunctional glass brick.
Rudolph the reindeer probably wasn’t bullied for his crimson snout – because he and his fellow reindeer can’t see red.
A team of researchers has won two prestigious awards for the impact of work highlighting the presence, and potential impacts, of microplastics in our oceans.
Tests on more than 100 sea turtles – spanning three oceans and all seven species – have revealed microplastics in the guts of every single turtle.
Christmas dinner is an international evolutionary feast – with only the humble carrot native to British soil, a leading scientist says.
A University of Exeter researcher has won a photography prize from the British Ecological Society.
The University of Exeter’s role in a high-level strategic fund, designed to pioneer new ways to tackle some of today’s greatest global challenges, has received a commendation.
Two organisations based at the Penryn Campus have been announced as finalists for this year’s Cornwall Sustainability Awards.
Leading academics from the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the world’s most influential researchers, according to a prestigious new ranking.
A pioneering new study has revealed the value of pollination services to courgette.
Genes that act late in life could explain why women have poorer health than men in older age, according to new research.
Professor Sir Steve Smith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter said: “We are all deeply saddened, shocked and concerned by the life sentence given to Matt Hedges today, following his detention and trial in the United Arab Emirates.
Frogs from groups exposed to a deadly virus are breeding at younger ages, new research suggests.
One of the foremost experts on social mobility in Britain has been appointed as a Professor at the University of Exeter.
Students and staff at the University of Exeter will join the local community in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, at a series of special services on campus and in the city.
Up to 13% of US beekeepers are in danger of losing their colonies due to pesticides sprayed to contain the Zika virus, new research suggests.
A powerful film made by campaigners showing the impact of plastic pollution in the Arctic Ocean will be shown in Cornwall.
University of Exeter academics and experts looking after Cornwall’s historic treasures will collaborate to shed more light on Cornwall’s unique history and help local museums thrive.
Do animals – like humans – divide the world into things that move and things that don’t? Are they surprised if an apparently inanimate object jumps to life?
Countries around the world can retain distinct cultures despite migration, new research shows.
Firefighters on one of the Galapagos Islands will wear UK fire brigade kit thanks to a surprising series of events sparked by a University of Exeter student.
An Exeter Student has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to further her research into the threats river dolphins face from fisheries and infrastructure in the Peruvian Amazon.
Electronic radio tags have been used for the first time on the UK mainland to help find a nest of invasive Asian hornets, which was then destroyed.
Research into equine vision leads to trial of new fence and hurdle design to further improve safety in jump racing
The colours deployed on hurdles and fences on British racecourses may be set to change following cutting-edge research led by the University of Exeter into the way that horses perceive colour.
A new home-based rehabilitation programme could help thousands of heart failure patients to achieve a better quality of life.
Twelve thousand people living in the Ethiopian town of Nekemte, now have access to free, clean water thanks to money raised by University of Exeter Medicine students.
Researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Cambridge have shed light on why some species cannot tell the difference between their own offspring and those of intruders that have been slipped into their nests.
Businesses from across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly gathered at the University of Exeter campus, Penryn today for the 2018 Circular Economy Summit.
Microplastics have been found deep in the sand on beaches where sea turtles lay their eggs.
Exeter has been named the top university in the South West in the influential The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
The event, held at the University’s Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) at the Penryn Campus on Thursday 27 September from 5-7pm, will celebrate Jackson’s new painting Taxonomy and Biodiversity and the reinstallation of water sculpture Cornish Trembling Sea Mat.
A University of Exeter academic will inform ecologists about the importance of ecological interactions to restoration in a webinar tomorrow.
Newly acquired state-of-the-art equipment will help The Camborne School of Mines (CSM) to dig up the next generation of talented minerals process engineers.
A study of a songbird and a bacterium that infects it has revealed how species in conflict evolve in response to each other.
The pecking order of garden birds is determined by their size and weight, new research shows.
Two leading academics at the University of Exeter have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships - one of the most prestigious awards for higher education teaching.
The physical abilities of male and female tennis stars decline at the same rate as they age, new research shows.
Dolphins learn tricks from each other in the wild, new research shows.
Countries including China, Indonesia and Australia all face a “high threat” of invasion by the fall armyworm, new research shows.
Exeter has cemented its position as one of the best universities in the world, according to the latest influential rankings.
Scientists have revisited – and confirmed – one of the most famous textbook examples of evolution in action.
Plastic has been discovered in the stomach of a leatherback turtle found dead on a Cornish beach on Sunday.
A jellyfish that looks like a fried egg and a crab that can live on land for 40 years are among the subjects for this year’s Science in the Square.
New research exploring women’s roles in fishing families officially gets going this week, as the Women in Fisheries project launches its new website.
A devastating crop pest called the fall armyworm – discovered this week in India – will continue to spread, a researcher says.
The University of Exeter has strengthened its commitment to investing in, and developing, people by joining a pioneering national initiative
Students rate teaching quality and learning experience at Exeter amongst the highest in the Russell Group universities, according to the latest results from the NSS 2018.
The University of Exeter is part of national consortium awarded £5million to bring together a network of academic,
Night-time lighting from streetlights and other sources has complex and unexpected effects on communities of plants and animals, new research shows.
The skeleton of a huge seal that washed up on a Cornish beach will go on display at the University of Exeter on Friday.
Striking portraits of Dr Sarah Buck OBE and Dame Clare Marx, members of the University of Exeter’s Council
A wide range of subjects at the University of Exeter have been ranked amongst the world’s best, according to an influential international league table.
Sheltered pockets of cooler and more variable conditions in the British countryside may help native species
Virus particles that infect bacteria can work together to overcome antiviral defences, new research shows.
The UK’s tallest bird – the common crane – is here to stay and the UK could have as many as 275 breeding pairs within 50 years, a new study says.
Former Home Secretary, legendary journalist and record-breaking female rower among University of Exeter honorary graduates
A former Home Secretary, an LGBT campaigner, the leader of the first all-female crew to cross the Pacific and a legendary journalist are among those being given honorary degrees by Exeter.
Illuminating fishing nets with low-cost lights could reduce the terrible impact they have on seabirds and marine-dwellers by more than 85 per cent, new research has shown.
A new research project in Truro is calling for members of the public to help study the effects of virtual reality on health.
A University Crowdfunding Campaign to help student entrepreneurs stay in the city after graduation
Electronic radio tags could be used to track invasive Asian hornets and stop them colonising the UK
UK wave technology development company Marine Power Systems (MPS) has successfully installed its prototype WaveSub.
A sophisticated new type of mooring rope has been successfully deployed at a cutting-edge wave energy device.
Young athletes from across Cornwall are making their final preparations before competing in the county’s largest school sports event this week.
Managing woodlands to a greater extent could help stop the decline of Britain’s dormice, new research suggests.
Potential changes in the frequency and intensity of storms off the coast of the UK and around the world could have a “catastrophic impact” on the livelihood of fishermen and sustainability of fishing industries, research led by the University of Exeter has shown.
An all-female crew is set to embark on a mission across the Pacific to learn more about plastic pollution.
A turtle tagged by University of Exeter scientists in Brazil has swum thousands of miles.
The University of Exeter has strengthened its position inside the top 200 universities worldwide, according to the latest influential international league table.
Plants use many of the same methods as animals to camouflage themselves, a new study shows.
Richard Osman (MSc Mining Geology, 1999), a graduate of the Camborne School of Mines (CSM), has been honoured posthumously by friends and former colleagues who have set up a scholarship scheme at his alma mater.
Top scientists will answer your questions about sea turtles in a live online Q&A on Friday (June 8).
Poisonous moths use bright red spots to warn predators to avoid them
Tens of thousands of sea turtles are caught each year by small-scale fishers off South America’s Pacific coast, new research shows.
A delegation of senior representatives from the Chinese University Hong Kong (CUHK) has visited the University of Exeter
Prawns have personalities – and cautious crustaceans do better in the battle for food, new research shows.
Students and staff from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus will be at the Royal Cornwall Show again this year to showcase research taking place in Cornwall.
An invisible layer of biological compounds on the sea surface reduces the rate at which carbon dioxide gas moves between the atmosphere and the oceans, scientists have reported.
Young mongooses learn lifelong habits from role models rather than inheriting them from genetic parents, new research shows.
Researchers are asking the public to help them create the first high-resolution photographic map of Earth at night.
The many threats facing bumblebees can be tested using a “virtual safe space” created by scientists at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter has rubber-stamped a new agreement with the University of British Columbia (UBC).
The University of Exeter, as part of the SETsquared Partnership, today launched a programme to enable some of the UK’s best tech
The University of Exeter has strengthened its position amongst the leading universities both nationally and internationally
Many of the European mammals whose habitat is being destroyed by climate change are not able to find new places to live elsewhere.
Orangutans, already critically endangered due to habitat loss from logging and large-scale farming, may face another threat
The power of the ocean to bring mental health benefits to humans is a growing field of research as scientists increasingly understand the value of the marine realm in human health and wellbeing.
Jackdaws recognise each other’s voices and respond in greater numbers to warnings from familiar birds than strangers, new research shows.
An important project to protect fish stocks in the Republic of Congo will be able to extend its work thanks to a grant from the Waterloo Foundation.
A pioneering new renewable energy teaching and research centre has officially opened on the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus in Cornwall.
The achievements of young people in Cornwall have been celebrated through the University of Exeter’s Excellence Awards.
The “blue light” emitted by street lights including LEDs, and commercial outdoor lighting such as advertising, is linked to a significant increase in the risk of breast and prostate cancer, innovative new research has concluded.
Both science and humanities subjects at the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the very best nationally in the latest influential league table.
A second year marine biology student, is to join a team of women kayaking the length of Wales collecting plastic.
The quest to develop the ‘Holy Grail’ of affordable, viable and environmentally-friendly fuels using sunlight has taken an exciting new twist.
The University of Exeter were proud to sponsor Sustainable Business of the Year at the Cornwall Business Awards 2018.
More than 100 bug rooms for the bug hotel will start to help bring a Redruth playing field back to life as students from year 4 at Treleigh Community Primary School provide accommodation for unloved insects to help grow nature.
People in crowded urban areas – especially poor areas – see fewer songbirds such as tits and finches, and more potential “nuisance” birds, such as pigeons, magpies and gulls, new research shows.
Viruses are more likely to evolve in similar ways in related species – raising the risk that they will “jump” from one species to another, new research shows.
Bees could be at risk from climate change because more frequent droughts could cause plants to produce fewer flowers, new research shows.
Atlantic bluefin tuna are known for being amongst the biggest, fastest and most valuable fish in the sea.
Cornish school children were given a fascinating insight into the county’s rich mining heritage when they took part in a recent special competition.
The University of Exeter and the University of South Florida (USF) renewed agreements for collaboration in Education and Research during recent meetings in Florida.
Work by archaeologists and historians to highlight Perranporth’s incredible mining history has been honoured at the first Cornwall Heritage Awards.
Fishing nets suffer six times more damage when dolphins are around – and overfishing is forcing dolphins and fishermen ever closer together, new research shows.
The Government has granted permission for the University of Exeter Medical School to train an additional 88 Medicine students each year, in a major boost to the South West.
Efforts to create pesticides that are not toxic to bees have been boosted by a scientific breakthrough.
Cornish schoolchildren will be given a fascinating insight into the county’s rich mining heritage when they take part in a special competition next week.
An all-female crew including sailors, scientists and film-makers will cross the north Pacific later this year to study plastic pollution.
Tiny jumping fish can leap further as they get older, new research shows.
The University of Exeter has been recognised as one of the most international universities in the world.
Mongooses living in large groups develop “specialist” diets so they don’t have to fight over food, new research shows.
The Mining and Mineral Engineering course at Camborne School of Mines has been ranked as one of the very best in the world, according to the latest QS World University Subject Rankings.
The next generation of miners are making final preparations ahead of the International Mining Games, to be held in Cornwall.
Falmouth Marine Conservation Group, which is led by two University of Exeter students, has helped the Cornish town achieve Plastic Free Community Status.
One of the world’s foremost microbiologists has been appointed as Exeter's new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Impact).
The Camborne School of Mines Trust has generously bestowed more than £200,000 to support students embarking on the first steps towards forging a successful mining career.
There is no shortage of inspirational and high-achieving women working here at Exeter - including award-winning scientists, one of the army’s first helicopter pilots and a chef who has cooked for the Queen.
Renewable Energy Engineering students from the University of Exeter met with three Government ministers as part of a special fact-finding trip to the House of Commons.
A high-profile conference will showcase the work of inspirational women across the energy sector, to mark international Women’s Day.
Whether you are looking to advance your scientific knowledge or just need an excuse to go the pub on a school night, Science in the Pub will offer fun, stimulating and free interactive talks run by leading academics from the University of Exeter that will entertain and inspire.
Both science and humanities subjects at the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the very best in the world, in the latest influential global league table.
Drones are changing the face of turtle research and conservation, a new study shows.
Over 150 Cornish businesses attended the sell-out Future Focus Event at the Eden Project on Tuesday 20 February. The ground-breaking People, Planet, Profit event saw delegates leave with the resounding message to make their ‘business with purpose, business as usual’.
People who spend time in the sea are more likely to experience stomach bugs, ear aches and other types of illness than those who do not.
The SETsquared partnership has been ranked as the world’s leading business incubator for its outstanding contribution to developing the next generation of UK tech entrepreneurs.
National Audit Office report examines low-carbon heating of homes and businesses and the Renewable Heat Incentive
Dr Hannah Hughes, a Lecturer in Exploration and Mining Geology, has been awarded the William Smith Fund for 2018 from the Geological Society of London.
Microplastics can transfer up the food chain from fish to top predators, such as seals, new research shows.
New research shows that males and females of the same species can evolve to be so different that they prevent other species from evolving or colonising habitats.
New research shows that the loss of biodiversity can increase the risk of “extinction cascades”, where an initial species loss leads to a domino effect of further extinctions.
A team of students and staff from the University of Exeter are set to embark on a 12-day voyage to measure pollution in the Arctic.
Growing up in a large social group makes Australian magpies more intelligent, new research shows.
Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE, one of the UK’s leading space scientists, spoke about the crucial role that Cornwall could play in the next stage of space exploration during a special lecture event.
100 years ago women over the age of 30 finally won the right to vote. To mark the anniversary, here are some examples of Exeter's inspiring women who blazed a trail across the world.
CSM return to the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Annual Convention in 2018.
Universities in Cornwall are cutting plastic pollution by removing all plastic straws from the Falmouth and Penryn campuses.
A scientist who used tea strainers for his research sparked a social media storm after posting a review on Amazon.
The Government is investing more than £2 million in the University of Exeter to train the next generation of innovators in physical science subjects, it has been announced.
The Camborne School of Mines has signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK).
Exeter has been named as one of the top-200 best employers in Britain for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender staff.
Camborne School of Mines is part of a pioneering study to discover it's possible to detect a lithium ‘fingerprint’ from space.
University part of new consortium announced by Prime Minister to train next generation of digital specialists
Small no-fishing zones around colonies of African penguins can help this struggling species, new research shows.
The complex and mysterious mechanisms that drive communication and reactions within human cells could be on the verge of being unravelled, due to a pioneering new technique.
The University of Exeter’s commitment to apprenticeships has been strengthened with a growing number of positions at its Penryn Campus in Cornwall.
Regular surfers and bodyboarders are three times more likely to have antibiotic resistant E. coli in their guts than non-surfers, new research has revealed.
Pioneering research from the University of Exeter has helped shape the Government’s new blueprint to improve the natural environment.
Scientists have produced a series of papers designed to improve research on conservation and the environment.
University of Exeter sponsors the Cornwall Business Awards’ Sustainable Business of the Year category
We are delighted to be sponsoring the Cornwall Business Awards in 2018, supporting the Sustainable Business of the Year category.
Scientists have discovered that the same plant used by indigenous people on Borneo is also used by wild orangutans to treat joint and muscle inflammation.
A striking selection of photographs, designed to raise awareness and create debate around food poverty, will go on display at a special exhibition later this month.
The devastating yet often unreported effect that “fast fashion” has on the natural environment will be exposed at a special symposium, held later this month.