The impact of man-made noise in our marine environment

Research by Dr Steve Simpson is helping to shape new policies relates to how man-made noise effects our marine environment. Find out how Dr Simpson has been working with national and international partners.

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What are smarter water networks?

In out latest WISE CDT animation features, we find out why the current water system is struggling and why a smarter system could improve service delivery.

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Researcher in focus
Professor Michelle Ryan

Social and Organisational Psychology's Professor Michelle Ryan shares with us how she got into psychology, what makes a good psychology researcher, and and how she overcame her fear of public speaking.

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The University of the Third Age

A partnership between University of Exeter and the University of the Third Age (U3A) has been strengthened, with the signing of an MoU. Lean more about the life-enhancing opportunities that U3A can offer.

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Group in focus
PenCLAHRC

The Health and Environment Public Engagement Group helped shape a study on surfers' resistance to antibiotics. Find out why engagement is the key top high quality research.

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Experienced meditators needed for new study

PhD researcher Emily Hammond is investigating how mindfulness influences patterns of mind and the nature of experience. She is inviting people with an established meditation practice to take part in a brand new study on the features of conscious experience.

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