Seedata worked with Innovation, Impact and Business to jointly invest in new software to detect plagiarism. Read more »
Ultramed, a rapidly growing SME, have generated seed funding and grown their business by working with the University of Exeter. Read more »
Find out more about our specialisms and research in aerospace at the University of Exeter.
Find out more about how we train specialist postgraduates.
University of Exeter historians and specialists at the Digital Humanities Lab have been finding new ways to share fragile artefacts.
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The University of Exeter, with support from Shell, has developed a method to make bacteria produce diesel on demand.
NIHR PenCLAHRC at the University of Exeter Medical School have teamed up with NHS Trusts to roll out of training that uses computer modelling to help make difficult decisions. Read more »
The Centre for Additive Layer Manufacturing developed functional prototypes for tech company nu desine
Dartmouth Wave Energy worked with the Environment and Sustainability Institute to secure investment for product development.
Read about how a volunteer-run cooperative secured funding for renewable energy projects with the University of Exeter
Find out how A&P Falmouth benefited from a Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
eCow worked with Professor Richard Everson to potentially save millions for agriculture.
A new renewable energy technology has helped Cornwall's farming sector establish the cost-effectiveness of anaerobic digestion.
St Aubyn Estates developed new corporate social responsibility and sustainability policies by working with the University of Exeter.
Pump International worked with the University of Exeter to develop a plan to grow their product range, services and headcount.
A number of Cornish business have been engaged with issues around climate change as part of a PhD project.
By working with the Centre for Energy and Environment the South West Ambulance Trust met its carbon reduction target.
Buff Industrial Design explored new business opportunities and worked with exciting start-ups.
Fuelstretcher Ltd, an energy control management systems company, grew their business by linking with the University of Exeter.
Toolstream created a product database with the help of a University of Exeter marketing graduate.
The Employment Academy (TEA) demonstrated the value of their services with support from a University graduate.
Dr Steve Simpson is working with national and international organisations to shape new policy and licencing decisions related to man-made noise in our marine environment.
Professor Tamara Galloway discusses what it would mean if the plastic waste thrown into the oceans was entering the food chain.
Researchers at the Environment and Sustainability Institute have been working with Cornish winemakers to develop practical tools to help manage the risks of adverse weather and protect their crops.
Professor Jim Haywood has developed measurement systems to prevent airspace being closed for events like the 2010 Icelandic Eyjafjallajökul volcanic eruption.
Professor Charles Tyler studies how certain commonly used chemicals affect not only the environment but also impact on human health.
Dr William Gaze, an Associate Professor at The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, has been researching how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics.
Biosciences researchers are using data from social media to find out about the impact climate change has on people’s lives.