A team from the University of Exeter has helped set a new record for the most distant astronomical object yet observed: an explosion 13.1 billion light years away.
A unique period of cultural creativity and political activism flourished among the British Asians in Southall, London, following the race riots and Blair Peach murder 30 years ago.
A study into the relationship between antibodies and proteins in people with Lupus could mean earlier diagnosis of kidney disease in such patients, and lead the way for earlier diagnoses for other autoimmune diseases.
Some 1,000 staff and students have celebrated One World Week at the University of Exeter.
Professor Gordon Murray, a world leading expert on entrepreneurship and innovation policy, recently presented the results of a major evaluation of the Finnish National Innovation System to government ministers and national media.
The brilliance of butterfly wings has inspired a £3.2m, three-year research project that promises to deliver innovation in the fields of security, energy and the environment.
University of Exeter mathematics student Philip Watson has been crowned British surf kayak short boat champion.
A University of Exeter physicist is one of 38 UK scientists to be made a Royal Society University Research Fellow for 2009.
Two University of Exeter students, Harry Cott and Amanuel Burhan will be launching the first ever Exeter Entrepreneurs Society during Global Entrepreneurship Week, taking place between 16th – 22nd November.
Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Exeter and President of Universities UK Professor Steve Smith and President of National Taiwan University (NTU) Professor Si-Chen Lee have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Taipei.
Sailors from the University of Exeter triumphed in the recent British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Championships at the Queen Mary Sailing Club in Sunbury, West London.
Award-winning author Victoria Glendinning will share her experiences of writing biographies at the University of Exeter.
Connecting with the landscape of Brittany and Devon are key aspects of Russell Frampton’s paintings which are currently being exhibited at the University of Exeter.
Males have more pronounced personalities than females across a range of species – from humans to house sparrows – according to new research.
The red carpet is being rolled out for young people in Exeter on Thursday 19 November at the ‘Excellence in Exeter’ awards evening.
Maximising the storage of carbon in our soils and the management of water could be as important as food production in the future, according to Professor Michael Winter of the University of Exeter, editor of “What is Land for? The Food, Fuel and Climate Change Debate”.
More than 200 University of Exeter alumni from South East Asia have celebrated the University’s recent successes at a series of events.
Packexe SMASH, the latest innovation from Exeter based Packexe Limited, has been shortlisted for ‘New Product of the Year’ at the 2009 Growing Business Awards supported by the CBI and Real Business magazine.
24 November 2009
The Government's Iraq Inquiry conducted to identify lessons that can be learned from the Iraq conflict officially opens on Tuesday 24 November.
Global climate change is accelerating beyond expectations and the human role is now firmly established, according to a new global scientific synthesis prepared by some of the world’s top climate scientists.
Event Exeter has won a silver award in the Business Tourism category of the South West Tourism Excellence awards.
Universities, employers and the Government must do more to support programmes and awards that enhance graduate employability according to a report by the 1994 Group of leading research-intensive universities.
The University of Exeter is taking part in a flagship greener lifestyles programme.
A University of Exeter astrophysicist is helping to organise a grass-roots event dedicated to the future of astronomy, when Facebook and Twitter could play a key role in shaping our understanding of the universe.
The University of Exeter has recently teamed up with National League Basketball outfit Taunton Tigers in a partnership that could yield huge benefits for both sides.