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Experts in vibration serviceability of civil engineering structures from across the globe met at the University of Exeter over two days to discuss the growing challenge of vibrating structures. The best known example of this problem was the ‘wobbly’ Millennium Bridge in London, a case that brought the field of vibration serviceability from obscurity into the limelight 16 years ago.

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Fiction writer lives among Eden Project Biomes

A University of Exeter novelist and short story writer recently spent time at the Eden Project as the attraction’s Writer in Residence.

Words of soldiers set to music to mark First World War Centenary

A new work which sets the words of World War I soldiers to music to commemorate the centenary of the conflict is to receive its world première at a prestigious music festival.

 

Behavioural Activation as effective as CBT for depression, at lower cost

A simple and inexpensive therapy is equally as effective at treating depression as the “gold standard” of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

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