Speed updating features short presentations from University of Exeter researchers. 

Research #SpeedUpdating

What is #SpeedUpdating?

An informal opportunity to learn about research from University of Exeter academics.

  • Academics explain their world-class research in four minutes.
  • Find out more about work in key University research areas.
  • Aimed at University researchers and research-facing staff (but open to anyone).

#SpeedUpdating videos

World-leading research in 30 seconds.

Wilt, dieback and sudden death

#SpeedUpdating: March 2014
Professor Murray Grant: Wilt, dieback and sudden death
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Lameness and welfare in dairy cows

#SpeedUpdating: March 2014
Professor Richard Everson: Lameness and welfare in dairy cows
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Agricultural technology

#SpeedUpdating: February 2014
Professor Michael Winter OBE: Agricultural technology: Is there a role for science?
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Water, food, energy

#SpeedUpdating: January 2014
Prof Dragan Savic: Exploring the water, food, and energy nexus
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Exploring seed dormancy

#SpeedUpdating: January 2014
Dr Dana MacGregor: Exploring seed dormancy
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Human Ageing

#SpeedUpdating: November 2013
Dr Lorna Harries: Deregulation of alternative splicing in human ageing
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Transformations of the Apple

#SpeedUpdating: September 2013
Richard Wells: Transformations of the apple, material fruit, model object and mythical symbol. From food to thought.
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Gossip and Nonsense

#SpeedUpdating: September 2013
Prof Hugh Roberts: Gossip and Nonsense: Excessive language in Renaissance France.
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Contact us

To register to present at a #SpeedUpdating session please email research-events@exeter.ac.uk.

For more information on the topics covered or to request a full version of the presentation given, please email Steph Skates.