Marine acoustics research could help restore coral reefs
Research looking at the role of natural sound cues in the orientation and settlement of coral reef fish has helped in the development of a new device that may help attract post-larval fish to marine areas that are being restocked.
Vibration engineering spin-out creates safer structures for industry
National sport stadia such as Premiership Football grounds and the London 2012 Velodrome are just some of the structures that have been made safer and more economically viable thanks to work with the University of Exeter’s Structures and Dynamic Group and their spin-out company Full Scale Dynamics Ltd.
Wilt, dieback and sudden death
World-leading research in 30 seconds
Professor Murray Grant talks about his work into banana wilt in Africa and the effect it could have if banana crops are wiped out.
Researcher in focus
Professor Pierre Friedlingstein
It’s been a remarkable year for Prof Friedlingstein. He spoke to us about recent achievements, the IPCC and melting permafrost.
Partnership in focus
A partnership between the ECEHH and myClinicalOutcomes will help patients with AS monitor how exercise affects their condition.
Group in focus
The Cognition group is learning how people can control behaviours such as overeating and gambling.
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14:15 to 15:15, 26 November
Alumni Auditorium, The Forum, Streatham Campus