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
Microplastics can transfer up the food chain from fish to top predators, such as seals, new research shows.
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.
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.
Christmas may be a traditional time for giving, yet student volunteers from the University of Exeter give their time all year round.
Societies ranging from ancient Rome and the Inca empire to modern Britain and China have evolved along similar paths, a huge new study shows.
The Christmas dash is on: who’s faster - Santa or animals? Why are gifts exchanged at Christmas? How do you sort the naughty from the nice?
When do children stop believing in Father Christmas? Did you feel distressed by the revelation that Santa isn’t real? Were you angry you were lied to, when you found out? Was Christmas different after that? Did the magic disappear?
Hundreds of marine turtles die every year after becoming entangled in rubbish in the oceans and on beaches, including plastic ‘six pack’ holders and discarded fishing gear.
A tuna accidentally caught off Devon has been dissected by scientists at the University of Exeter.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest health challenges of modern times – and now two world-leading academics have reported to the United Nations on how the problem can be spread through our natural environment.
A researcher overcame termites, mice, flash floods and camera malfunctions to win a nature photography award.
Students are calling on their peers and the wider public to protect the environment by cutting down on single-use plastics and other waste.
A study of pictures of Earth by night has revealed that artificial light is growing brighter and more extensive every year.
The University of Exeter and Tsinghua University have launched a jointly-awarded PhD degree programme in climate and environmental sciences, it has been announced.
Exeter has seen an increase in the amount of research funding it receives from Research Councils UK, continuing its upward trajectory over recent years.
A trio of graduates have won backing from mobile phone giant O2 for their eco-friendly phone charging network.
Two talented young researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School’s European Centre for Environment and Human Health, have been awarded prestigious Industrial Innovation Fellowships by the National Environment Research Council (NERC).
Mongoose mothers boost their pups’ survival chances by evicting rival females from their social groups, new research shows.
Residents from Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth have united with businesses and academics in a project designed to improve people’s health and wellbeing in tomorrow’s homes.
Exeter will participate in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) subject level pilot scheme, it has been announced.
Forecasts which predict how climate change will affect UK birds are improving, new research suggests.
Researchers have identified methods to predict the environmental and social cost of resourcing new deposits of rare earth minerals.
Two students have created an app inspired by Pokémon GO to help people connect with nature.
Members of the public are being asked for their views on the way Britain has commemorated the centenary of the First World War by completing a new survey being launched on Armistice Day (11 November).
Scientists have used satellite tracking and a crime-scene technique to discover an important feeding ground for green turtles in the Mediterranean.
The black cat, now a crucial accessory for Halloween witches, was a relatively late development in the history of witchcraft, new research has found.
A Geography graduate from the University of Exeter has launched a paddle sports brand based around an app that tracks journeys on the water and provides data on performance.
Natural selection quickly turns a melting pot of microorganisms into a highly efficient community, new research shows.
The European Union is investing €2 million (£1.78m) to coordinate research into the complex links between oceans and human health and wellbeing.
People with dementia and their carers are being invited to an interactive event which will discuss the significant benefits nature can have on their wellbeing.
Exeter is part of the UK’s first freshwater doctoral training programme to address the complex challenges facing freshwater sustainability.
Key senior Government members visited the Penryn Campus to strengthen their understanding of the challenges and opportunities for Cornwall arising from Brexit.
Two female students at the Camborne School of Mines have been awarded scholarships as they embark on a successful mining career.
Researchers say conservation scientists could work with filmmakers to harness the “Hollywood effect”.
As many students used planes, trains and automobiles to return to university, one travelled hundreds of miles by pedal power.
Some of the world’s leading multi-national companies attended recruitment fairs in China to meet some of Exeter’s top graduates in the region.
Experts are studying the little-known mining history of the vulnerable cliffs overlooking the beach at Perranporth to show if the search for tin and copper in the area began in medieval or even prehistoric times.
Tiny fish called Trinidadian guppies have individual “personalities”, new research shows.
Educationalists and academics from around the world gathered to discuss the latest research and practical experiences around the way young people engage with the complex histories of the First and Second world wars, including the Holocaust.
World-leading researchers from the University of Exeter will collaborate with counterparts in China on a pioneering new project to develop the next generation of offshore renewable energy (ORE) technologies.
The decline of cold regions called periglacial zones is now inevitable due to climate change, researchers say.
Three University of Exeter campuses are among the nominees in a vote for the UK’s favourite green spaces.
A high-flying duck species reaches altitudes of up to 6,800 metres (22,000 feet) to cross the Himalayas, new research shows.
Otters can learn how to solve puzzles by watching and copying each other, new research shows.
Graduates from the Camborne School of Mines will launch their fledgling careers with one of the world’s most successful and prestigious mining companies.
More than 3,000 people joined scientists from the University of Exeter for a fun-filled day in Falmouth last week.
Buildings could soon be able to convert the sun’s energy into electricity without the need for solar panels, thanks to innovative new technology.
Oyster stocks in a Cornish fishery are sustained thanks to “inefficient” traditional fishing methods, new research suggests.
A student will cycle 850km from North Wales to Cornwall to raise funds for conservation of the Curlew.
Cornish students are hoping to save lives by donating their stem cells to strangers fighting cancer.
Birds and turtles are common enough on the pages of children’s books – but what about bacteria or psyllids (otherwise known as jumping plant lice)?
Innovate Energy, founded by recent graduates from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus, have won £5000 to invest in their business, which will hire out battery packs to charge mobile phones.
Budding nature-lovers will be taken on a voyage of discovery to find out how animals have evolved to deal with friends and foe, at a special interactive event.
Noise from motorboats changes the behaviour of cleaner fish and the species they help.
Animals that rely on camouflage can choose the best places to conceal themselves based on their individual appearance, new research shows.
Two of the UK’s leading authorities in the health and aerospace sectors have been appointed as independent members of the University of Exeter’s governing body.
Like humans, some birds can spend years learning and exploring before developing more settled habits.
A report commissioned by EU food regulators wrongly linked a highly effective biopesticide with diarrhoea in humans, an expert says.
A Cornish university campus described as a “wonderful, unique” place for students has won a Green Flag Award.
The University of Exeter is amongst a select group of institutions shortlisted for a major new global teaching award.
The University of Exeter has received a multi-million pound research grant to pioneer new techniques and materials to control and manipulate electromagnetic and acoustic energy.
University of Exeter students got the chance to trade ideas with a host of prestigious experts during the ever-evolving Grand Challenges programme last week.
Wind-driven incursions of warm water have forced the retreat of glaciers in West Antarctica over the last millennia, new research has revealed.
The Camborne School of Mines is giving its support to a high-profile award bid that will resurrect a unique mechanical puppet, designed to celebrate Cornwall’s prestigious mining heritage.
A swarm of bees that turned up on a university campus has been allowed to stay.
A University of Exeter ecologist has won a prestigious prize for his outstanding achievements.
Ever wondered what happens in your brain when you eat chocolate? Or whether Nemo’s dad should’ve been less worried about finding his son and more concerned about ocean acidification?
From health and social care to training and gaming, Cornish businesses are invited to explore the uses of virtual reality at a free, interactive event at the University of Exeter’s Truro Campus.
The University of Exeter’s commitment to providing world-class teaching has been recognised with the award of a “Gold” rating in the first national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) assessment.
Britain’s population of hazel dormice has declined by more than 70%, new research shows.
Huge pulses of volcanic activity are likely to have played a key role in triggering the end Triassic mass extinction, which set the scene for the rise and age of the dinosaurs, new research has found.
A project which helps protect bees has won the 2017 BBSRC Innovator of the Year award for Social Impact.
Animals living in areas where conditions are ideal for their species have less chance of evolving to cope with climate change, new research suggests.
Where does your cat go when it leaves the house? What does it eat?
The University of Exeter has retained its strong position in the QS World University Rankings.
Noise from motorboats is making fish become bad parents, and reducing the chance of their young surviving, research led by marine experts at the University of Exeter has shown.
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 eco-friendly phone charging network is being launched by three engineering students from the University of Exeter.
Some heritage sites cannot be preserved and should be allowed to decay, a new book argues.
Some of the world’s leading climate scientists are gathering in Exeter for a high-profile event to examine the impact, significance and implications of global warming, in relation to the Paris Agreement 2015.
The University of Exeter and The University of Queensland (UQ) have reinforced their relationship by cementing a new multi-million pound partnership designed to bolster their joint global research impact.
Two FXU societies have scooped awards at this year’s National Societies Awards ceremony.
Summer rainfall in one of the world’s most drought-prone regions can now be predicted months or years in advance, climate scientists at the Met Office and the University of Exeter say.
Admissions to hospital for asthma spike days after high pollen counts.
The University of Exeter has received a prestigious award in recognition of one of its most innovative and forward-thinking HR initiatives.
The University of Exeter has reinforced its position amongst the leading universities both nationally and internationally, according to the latest influential global rankings.
The University of Exeter’s teaching excellence across a wide range of subjects has been acclaimed in the latest national league table rankings.
Peru's river dolphins will get new protection thanks to a plan developed with help from the University of Exeter.
One of the UK’s leading scientists has praised the “energy, commitment and enthusiasm” of researchers at the University of Exeter, during a special visit.
Energy policy offers the UK and EU an important opportunity to develop new models of partnership and common ground imperative to the UK’s future, according to a new Chatham House paper.
A project which helps protect bees has been nominated for an innovation award.
Climate change could threaten reptiles by reducing the number of bacteria living in their guts, new research suggests.
Insecticide resistance sounds like a superpower for the average male fruit fly – but there’s a catch.
Top academics at the University of Exeter have been recognised by students for their teaching excellence, at an annual awards ceremony.
Which species would you save from extinction: Elephants or newts? Toads or tigers?
Professor Juliet Osborne has been appointed as the new Director of the University of Exeter’s flagship Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI).
A rare variety of oak tree is the newest addition to the stunning gardens at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus.
Young mongooses may conceal their identity – even from their own parents – to survive.
Scientists have recognised for some years that light pollution is a growing phenomenon that impacts on the behaviour and success of many animals.
A new population of an endangered and elusive cat species has been found in Borneo.
Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter has been recognised as the best course of its kind in the country in the latest influential rankings.
An English student from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus has written and will star in a play at the Edinburgh Fringe festival this August.
Banded mongooses target close female relatives when violently ejecting members from their social groups, University of Exeter scientists have found.
The University of Exeter Penryn Campus Excellence Awards ceremony took place on Thursday 20 April, to celebrate the achievements of young people in Cornwall.
Small groups of meerkats – like those often seen in zoos – are at greater risk of chronic stress.
Computer games have helped scientists understand animal camouflage and colour vision.
A new lease has been signed for marine renewable energy testing in Falmouth Bay.
Debris from logging in tropical forests is threatening the survival of hatchling leatherback turtles and the success of mothers at one of the world’s most important nesting sites in Colombia.
The University of Exeter has won a prestigious award for providing the best international student experience of any university in the UK.
Prestigious Human Frontiers Science Programme grant awarded to international research team led by University of Exeter
The University of Exeter and Keypath Education have announced a new ten-year partnership that will see the University provide a range of online Masters Degrees to UK and international students.
The composition of granite found underneath much of the South West peninsula could offer a vital clue to where deposits of metals crucial for the production of many low carbon technologies can be found.
Families can make art from litter found in the sea and on beaches as part of a free event at Falmouth Art Gallery.
Families can identify the fascinating creatures found on Cornwall’s shores with the help of a University of Exeter animal ecology expert as part of the Falmouth Spring Festival.
A pioneering new project, designed to lead an ethical and sustainable international ‘mining revolution’, has received a multi-million pound funding boost.
Dozens of schoolchildren from across Cornwall were given a fascinating insight into the relationship between energy and the environment, at a special event held at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus.
Hi-tech South West businesses could be boosted by a new investment fund worth up to £25 million.
The University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus marked the official opening of its new dedicated, state-of-the-art learning environment for Master's students with a special celebration.
6000 Flowers Arts Project creates a buzz for bumblebees as Cornwall welcomes the first day of Spring
A new art show launched this week at The Environment and Sustainability Institute’s Creative Exchange as Cornwall welcomed the arrival of Spring.
Important microscopic creatures which produce half of the oxygen in the atmosphere can rapidly adapt to global warming, new research suggests.
Award-winning conservation films will be shown at a new bicycle-powered cinema on a beach in Cornwall, thanks to two University of Exeter students.
Amounts and sugar content of nectar vary between commercial varieties of oilseed rape (OSR) produced with different breeding systems, when tested in the glasshouse.
Teams of experts from the University of Exeter helped organise a series of hands-on events and activities in Devon and Cornwall, to mark National Apprenticeships Week 2017.
A yachtsman who helped recreate an epic voyage for a new Channel 4 documentary will give a talk at the University of Exeter later this month.
European funding launches Marine-i to provide support to marine businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Up to £6.8m of European Regional Development Funding (ERDF) has been secured to develop marine technology research, development and innovation activities in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Both science and humanities subjects at the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the very best in the world, according to an influential global league table.
The University of Exeter has carried out performance and durability tests on a set of elastometric mooring tethers as part of the H2020-funded OPERA wave energy project.
Efforts to conserve the remaining fragments of the great Forest of Caledon in Scotland may be doomed to fail unless a new strategy is rapidly adopted, new research suggests.
An international team of researchers has identified a core set of genes involved in the responses of honey bees to multiple diseases caused by viruses and parasites.
Robots made from recycled toys will be used to boost communication and teamwork among young people with autism and their families.
Gang warfare is not unique to humans – banded mongooses do it too.
The 19th Poet Laureate of the United States will return to her Cornish roots as she visits the Duchy to perform and discuss her work.
A proposed Marine Protected Area (MPA) off Scotland’s west coast would help basking sharks, researchers say.
People living in neighbourhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress, according to research.
A new plan to protect Myanmar’s diverse marine life has been announced.
From monkeys to exotic birds, students showcase stunning variety of wildlife at Wild Film Festival in Falmouth
Budding wildlife film-makers, presenters and photographers will display their work at a national festival, organised by students at the University of Exeter.
Rising temperatures could accelerate climate change by reducing the amount of carbon dioxide stored in ponds and increasing the methane they release, new research shows.
The winter habits of Britain’s basking sharks have been revealed for the first time.
Gene editing techniques developed in the last five years could help in the battle against cancer and inherited diseases.
Growing up in tough conditions can make wild animals live longer, new research suggests.
The University of Exeter has commemorated Baroness Floella Benjamin’s successful tenure as Chancellor with a stunning bronze sculpture.
Endangered penguins are foraging for food in the wrong places due to fishing and climate change, research led by the University of Exeter and the University of Cape Town has revealed.
The University of Exeter has launched its most ambitious philanthropic Campaign to date to reinforce its position as one of the leading research institutions worldwide.
Penryn PhD students are celebrating after sweeping the board at a high-profile research competition.
LED street lighting can be tailored to reduce its impacts on the environment, according to new research by the University of Exeter.
Nobel Laureates to deliver keynote speeches at Living Systems Institute Opening International Symposium
Two Nobel Laureates will deliver keynote speeches at a prestigious international scientific symposium celebrating the opening of the University of Exeter’s Living Systems Institute (LSI).
Sir Steve Smith, Vice Chancellor of the University of Exeter, said the US travel ban “undermines the principle of academic freedom and jeopardises the advancement of knowledge between nations.”
The University of Exeter has entered into an important strategic partnership, designed to enable America’s leading students to embark on postgraduate studies at one of the UK’s leading universities.
South West England and South East Wales can recapture the ambitious vision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel as a hyper-connected, smart and specialist region, MPs have heard.
GW4 Alliance, together with Cray Inc. and the Met Office, has been awarded £3m by EPSRC to deliver a new Tier 2 high performance computing (HPC) service for UK-based scientists.
Prehistoric mega-lake sediment offers key insight into how inland regions responded to ‘super-greenhouse’ event
Sediment found at the site of one of the largest lakes in Earth’s history could provide a fascinating new insight into how inland regions responded to global climate change millions of years ago.
A long-running research and conservation project is helping save an at-risk species of turtle.
An international research team have found that mother-daughter conflict can explain why killer whales are one of only three known species of mammal, including humans, to go through the menopause.
Climate change improves the breeding chances of migratory geese in the Arctic – but puts mother geese at more risk of death, according to a new study.
The University of Exeter is to sponsor the Cornwall School Games for the next three years to enable more young people to be inspired by PE and school sport.
A student society has recently been presented with two prestigious national awards in recognition of successful fundraising efforts.
Ash trees which can resist the killer dieback fungus may be more vulnerable to attacks by insects, according to new research.
The University Challenge Team has been selected from over 400 applicants across our four campuses.
As Britain voted for Brexit amid furious debate over migration, trillions of migrants were coming and going, unseen by all but the sharpest eyes.
Professor Janice Kay has been appointed to the key role of Deputy Chair of the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel, it has been announced.
Businesses routinely use internet data to learn about customers and increase profits – and similar techniques could be used to boost conservation.
The University of Exeter is part of a South-West consortium of universities and colleges that has won £5.5 million in funding to inspire young people from disadvantaged backgrounds into higher education.
The University of Exeter’s position as being amongst the most innovative global institutions has been strengthened after winning a prestigious award at a high-profile ceremony, known as the ‘Oscars’ of higher education.
An English beaver and her young steal the spotlight in the latest captivating episode of NatureWatch, released today.
Researchers from the University of Exeter and Plymouth Marine Laboratory have studied the findings from beach litter surveys carried out over a ten year period.
Two aspiring filmmakers are raising money for an ambitious wildlife documentary project in Nigeria.
A ground-breaking technique which allows green spaces to be mapped in 3D from an aircraft could boost biodiversity, aid human wellbeing and even help protect rainforests.
The first licensed vaccine for the potentially life-threatening dengue virus should only be used in moderate-to high impacted regions, new research has predicted.
One of the world’s leading Renewable Energy experts has received a prestigious international award, in recognition to his ground-breaking research into ocean energy and technology.
Top scientists will put their minds to Christmas conundrums at a family friendly science event in Falmouth on Wednesday 14 December.
Bird feeders visited more often in suburban gardens than terraced streets.
New project aims to strengthen creative and cultural economy in South West England and South East Wales
A new project to broker partnerships between the arts and humanities sector and universities in South West England and South East Wales to generate economic growth has received funding.
Outstanding students and staff based in Exeter and Truro have been recognised for their commitment and academic excellence at the University of Exeter Medical School’s annual Prizes and Awards ceremony.
Pioneering new insights into why high concentrations of some of the most rare and desirable natural elements - vital for the production of vital environmental, digital and security technologies – have been revealed.
The University of Exeter is part of a newly awarded £19 million doctorial training partnership programme with industry leaders.
Experts at the University of Exeter will join forces with 15 other organisations worldwide to drive action on climate change given potential “catastrophic risk to human health”.
Students from the Camborne School of Mines are celebrating becoming global champions at an internationally-celebrated mining competition.
The opportunity to produce bountiful levels of vital food crops such as apples, tomatoes and watermelons could be boosted by reducing a crop’s demand for pollinators, new research has shown.
The University of Exeter was a main sponsor of this year’s Cornwall Sports Awards.
A new fleet of high-tech buses has been launched at Penryn Campus
The Vice Chancellor met with Professor Darren Croft and Dr Deborah Giles at the Center for Whale Research on San Juan Islands USA to talk about the work they have been doing.
Olympic gold medal winner Sally Gunnell OBE has officially opened a £4 million new sports facility at the Penryn Campus.
Shedding a few pounds might be a good strategy in the human dating game, but for crickets the opposite is true.
A new group which brings together Cornwall’s mining expertise has been launched in an event at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus.
A unique event designed to celebrate Penryn’s rich cultural history is being supported by the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter’s Mathematics and Computer Science departments’ commitment to gender equality have been recognised through a prestigious national award scheme.
A student at the world-famous Camborne School of Mines has been awarded a valuable scholarship, as she embarks on her first steps towards forging a successful mining career.
Some of the most iconic giants of the animal kingdom, such as the imperious African elephant and the majestic lion, are most vulnerable to the detrimental impact of human expansion.
The elusive basking shark takes centre stage in the latest fascinating instalment of NatureWatch, released today.
Three outstanding early-career scientists from the University of Exeter have been bestowed with prestigious fellowships from the Royal Society.
Coastal dwelling marine wildlife, including crabs, lobsters and shellfish, which play a crucial role in the food chain, are more vulnerable to harmful plastic pollution than previously expected.
New research finds that fish with consistent and predictable personalities are more successful in social groups and help to build tighter and more coordinated shoals.
The humble hedgehog is to be given a helping hand in its fight for survival, thanks to a recent graduate from the University of Exeter.
Exeter has been named the top university in the South West in the influential The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.
The University of Exeter has cemented its position as being amongst the top universities worldwide, in a respected global league table (released today).
Foraging seabirds use oceanic fronts as an efficient means to forage for food, according to an international study that could help safeguard the future of protected species.
Physical activity in natural environments, or ‘green exercise’, is estimated to provide health benefits of £2.2 billion a year to the English adult population.
Professor Janice Kay, Provost and Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, has been appointed to the high-level Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel.
Magma build-up at active Japanese volcano poses threat to "Naples of the Eastern World", research shows
Pioneering new study could help provide early-warning system for volcanic eruptions worldwide.
Fishers in Central Africa often cover hundreds of miles in very basic boats without engines searching for food to feed their families and make a living, a new study shows.
Academics and other University of Exeter staff helped to celebrate the Penryn 800 Town Fair at the August bank holiday weekend
The University of Exeter hosted a special event to celebrate the outstanding academic achievements of students from the Exeter Mathematics School.
Penryn’s position as the ‘historical home of Cornish learning’ will be reinforced this weekend at a special family fun event, hosted by experts from the University of Exeter.
A University of Exeter academic has welcomed calls from MPs for a ban on the use of microbeads in cosmetics because of the marine pollution they are causing.
Invasions from alien species threaten the economies and livelihoods of residents of some of the world’s poorest nations.
One of England’s first mathematics free schools is sending record rates of students to the world’s best universities, just two years after opening.
Six University of Exeter students have spent two weeks studying on an Indian University campus as part of a British Council scheme to foster collaboration.
The University of Exeter has reinforced its position as one of the best universities in the world, according to the latest influential rankings.
The University of Exeter is highest ranked amongst the 24 members of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive institutions in the National Student Survey based on Overall Satisfaction.
Globally-renowned dementia and ageing expert Professor Clive Ballard is now in post as the new Dean and Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Exeter Medical School.
The social lives of crickets are similar generation to generation, even though the insects can’t learn directly from their mum and dad.
Children will ponder global scientific questions alongside some of the best researchers in the country at a free, interactive event in Cornwall.
The University of Exeter will host global research leaders in the field of behavioural ecology on July 28 to August 3.
Researchers are urging people who experienced the 1976 drought to share their stories of how they coped during the most severe water shortage in living memory.
A University of Exeter professor and solar energy expert has been honoured for his services to education.
A scientist from the University of Exeter has helped to identify a male-killing microbe in a tropical butterfly called the African Queen.
The University of Exeter’s new Chancellor, Lord Myners of Truro, will come home to Cornwall to preside over graduation ceremonies in the county for the first time today.
Crows are performing a useful function and keeping our environment free from rotting carcasses, research carried out at the University of Exeter in Cornwall has discovered.
A group of Exeter Medical Students delivered top medical care at Glastonbury Festival.
The first University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses Employer Forum has been held to showcase the ways in which the university can work with local businesses.
Gardeners turning to the internet for advice about Japanese knotweed are likely to find a wide range of potentially misleading advice.
Large Autumn bulb planting effort launches Spring Festival 2017.
A professor who was one of the first in the country to investigate the links between the environment and human health has been awarded a CBE for his work.
University of Exeter scientists have been commissioned by the Government to write a briefing paper on the health and wellbeing of people living in coastal cities, towns and villages.