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The Global Systems Institute works closely with other centres of excellence across the University.

The European Centre for Environment and Human Health conducts world-class research into the complex links between the environment and human health.

Part of the University of Exeter Medical School and supported by funding from the European Union, the Centre analyses the risks and benefits that the environment poses to health, while ensuring its findings also have relevance to the UK business community.

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The Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) is a £30million interdisciplinary centre, leading cutting-edge research into solutions to problems of environmental change, and in so doing, enhancing people's lives by improving their relationships with the environment.

The Institute is based at the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus near Falmouth.

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The Sustainability and Circular Economy research cluster is an exciting new interdisciplinary research community at the University of Exeter’s Business School.

It brings together:

  • political economists
  • supply-chain experts
  • biologists
  • business administrators
  • mathematical modellers
  • social scientists

from across the Business School to explore, interrogate and challenge a wide variety of ideas relating to how life on this planet can be made more sustainable, circular and resilient.

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The Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health is a world-leading research centre. It is dedicated to providing innovative approaches to enabling health and well-being across the life course. The Centre brings experts together from different disciplines. By combining their knowledge and skills the Centre can address health & well-being issues that affect people from all walks of life.

In an era that has seen extraordinary improvements in human health from the application of biomedicine, a range of significant health challenges still remain. These challenges involve interactions between social, cultural, environmental and biological factors, many of which operate globally as well as locally.

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