A new report published this week seriously challenges the Government’s proposals to remove the requirement for defined contribution personal pension scheme members to annuitise their pension fund by the age of 75.
The University of Exeter has initiated what it hopes will become one of the highlights of its annual calendar, hosting its first International Summer School as part of its new Internationalisation Strategy.
As of the August 1 2010, the academic structure of the University changed from Schools to Colleges.
Scientists believe climate variations thousands of years ago over Campbell Island may shed light on the future climate of New Zealand.
World War One poet and composer Ivor Gurney (1890-1937) is one of Gloucestershire’s most famous sons. His works are now becoming available to the public following three years of extensive archiving.
Neil Robinson, who graduated with a first class MPhys degree this summer, has been shortlisted for a prestigious international prize.
A 48 million-year-old fossilised leaf has revealed the oldest known evidence of a macabre part of nature – parasites taking control of their hosts to turn them into zombies.
The University of Exeter’s noted sculpture collection has been boosted further with the recent arrival of a piece by Peter Randall-Page, one of Britain’s pre-eminent sculptors.
Exeter has emerged as one of the top universities in the country for student satisfaction in a key national survey.
A research project being undertaken by Emma Jeanes and Scott Taylor from the Business School will today be featured on the popular BBC Radio 4 programme, Woman’s Hour.
An international group of researchers led by the Peninsula Medical School and the University of Exeter have for the first time identified changes in sex hormones associated with BPA exposure in men.
New research to be carried out by the University of Exeter will examine whether physical activity can help people reduce the number of cigarettes they smoke, thereby helping more people attempt to quit and remain abstinent.
Students at St James School who are already enrolled on the Sutton Trust supported STAR (Sutton Trust Academic Routes) programme, have achieved remarkable results in their GCSE’s.
Some of the world’s leading experts in studying these far-off worlds, known as exoplanets, are heading to the University of Exeter for a conference to discuss the latest findings in this rapidly developing area of research.
If you think that your favourite coffee shop is a great gathering place for discussion, you should have been around in the Ottoman Empire starting in the 1550s.
The University’s website has been rated amongst the top ten in the country in a survey by the Times Higher Education.
Hostility towards the legal profession for financially profiting from the recession is nothing new according to research at the University of Exeter which explores the rise of lawyers in the medieval and Tudor periods.
A research team led by the University of Exeter has discovered a previously undetected element in the atmosphere of a planet almost 500 light years from Earth.