Minimising air travel disruptions during volcanic eruptions

Following the 2010 Icelandic Eyjafjallajökul volcanic eruption, Professor Jim Haywood was the first to detect the levels ash in the atmosphere and has developed measurement systems to prevent airspace being closed for similar natural events in the future.

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Flagship event for innovators and investors comes to Exeter

Exeter will host Venturefest Southwest; a flagship event for innovators, entrepreneurs and investors in the technology sector. The event is the first of its kind in the region.

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Dr Angus Jones

University of Exeter Medical School Clinician Scientist, Dr Angus Jones discuses the role of weight and age, in the diagnosis of diabetes and why Type 2 diabetes cases in Devon and Cornwall, reportedly, rise faster than the UK average.

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PenCLAHRC: Evidence based design

A pioneering partnership between PenCHORD and the Devon Partnership Trust have been using up to date computer modelling to dramatically reduce waiting times for mental health assessments.

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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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