The evolutionary mystery of menopause is a step closer to being solved thanks to research on killer whales.
While much has been written about the history of Truro’s historic centre, what about the story of the council housing estates that have developed around the outskirts of the city since the 1920s – 1960s?
A collection of historic photographs that chronicle the journey across the deserts and cities of Saudi Arabia by Princess Alice, the youngest granddaughter of Queen Victoria, are on display at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter Students’ Guild has been officially recognised as the best Students’ Union in the country.
A unique awards ceremony, called the Green Impact Awards, recently took place at the University.
The Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry has been awarded £4.75m capital funding by the Wellcome-Wolfson Capital Awards initiative towards the development of the world class Centre for Translational Medicine in Exeter.
A three year project to instil better carbon literacy skills into both the public and private sector is being rolled out in Cornwall as the first initiative of its kind nationally.
The reasons behind radicalisation and violent extremism are far more complicated than politicians and the media are presenting to the public according to new research at the University of Exeter.
Conservation of the British countryside and its biodiversity will be key research themes for collaborative work between the University of Exeter and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
Seaside esplanades and the beaches of the English Riviera were once awash with popular performances, variety shows and songs such as ‘Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.’
In the first day of summer graduation ceremonies at the University of Exeter, Kuljit Bhamra musician and composer of Asian music will receive a DMus honorary degree and Dame Julia Cleverdon will be awarded an honorary degree (LLD).
On the second day of summer graduation at the University of Exeter, Professor Dame Sally Davies, Sir John Rose, Eric Dancer and Richard Lambert are due to receive their honorary degrees.
Low vitamin D levels may be an early warning signal for the risk of dementia.
Leading institutions the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and the University of Exeter will once again celebrate their strong partnership as 22 students travel from Exeter to Beijing this July to attend a summer school in the Chinese capital.
A team of seven academics from one of the world’s top science institutes has paid a visit to the University of Exeter.
Whether you're sinking the ball to win the Open at St Andrews or on a practice round at your local course, researchers at the University of Exeter have one bit of advice for golfers taking that crucial putt — keep your eye on the ball.
English sporting legend Sir Ian Botham is among those picking up an honorary degree on the third day of summer graduation 2010 at the University of Exeter.
On the fourth day of graduation, two eminent women are honoured.
July 2010 saw the Innovation Centre play host to the presentation of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of International Trade.
Deborah Meaden, eminent local business woman and best known for her involvement with the BBC series ‘Dragon’s Den’, is the first to collect an Honorary Degree today.
The last day of graduation on the Exeter campus sees Fiona Shackleton and Peter Randall-Page receive their Honorary Degrees.
The hard work of hundreds of students from the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, Penryn, is recognised today as they receive their degrees at a graduation ceremony at Truro Cathedral.
July 2010 is a landmark for Cornwall, as it is the first time in Cornish history that a campus based full time law degree is sending out qualified LLB graduates.
A £30 million Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) is set to be built at the University of Exeter's Cornwall Campus.
First the tennis, then the football and now a Spaniard triumphs as this years highest achieving history graduate at the University of Exeter’s summer graduation.
Three very different writers will be looking at how Cornwall has made an impact on their creative writing in a special free event open to the public at the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, Penryn.
The start of work to create a £3.6 million research centre to improve the understanding and treatment of depression has been marked with a turf-cutting ceremony.
On Saturday 24th July The Bill Douglas Centre of the History of Cinema and Popular Culture, the University of Exeter’s own public museum, holds its first Family Fun Day.
When Gordon Newton started work at the University of Exeter much of the Streatham Campus, now known for its fine botanical gardens, was turned over to growing fruit and vegetables, or to fields.
The Peninsula Medical School will today confer an honorary graduateship to Professor Sir John Tooke, the inaugural Dean of the School and now University College London Vice Provost (Health), Head of the UCL School of Life & Medical Sciences and Head of the UCL Medical School.
A scientist from the University of Exeter is helping to solve one of the great gardening mysteries – do snails have sat-nav?
Exeter Alumnus Elliott Parsons has just returned from Crete, Greece, where he represented Exeter in the World University Games Sailing Championships.
Experts from the University of Exeter will play a high profile role in creating what is set to be the world’s most comprehensive report on climate change.
The University of Exeter has recently established a presence in both Shanghai and Beijing under the auspices of the China British Business Council’s “Launchpad” initiative.
Speaking from Delhi as part of the UK government trade mission to India, University of Exeter Vice-Chancellor and President of Universities UK Professor Steve Smith today underlined the importance of higher education in the UK's future relationship with India.