Shopping locally may not be as good for the environment as having food delivered, according to new research by the University of Exeter.
The CoRoT satellite has discovered a planet only twice as large as the Earth orbiting a star slightly smaller than the Sun.
The University of Exeter has created 180 new opportunities for postgraduate study worth over £7 million.
Research from the University of Exeter reveals for the first time, that changes in brain activity, triggered by physical exercise, may help reduce cigarette cravings.
Expertise from the University of Exeter is helping rebuild higher education in Iraq.
Parents of children with genetic conditions may avoid the need to choose whether to undergo pre-natal testing or to abort future pregnancies by simply avoiding subsequent pregnancy altogether, a study has found.
Heartfelt Valentines cards written by the Cornish poet Reginald John ‘Jack’ Clemo are being given a new lease of life thanks to the University of Exeter.
First large scale study demonstrates link between exposure to passive smoking and cognitive problems.
A vibrant oil painting inspired by the dramatic Cornish landscape is being donated to the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus by internationally acclaimed artist Neil Canning.
The University of Exeter Business School today announced it will be offering five full fee scholarships, worth £17,000 each, to eligible students taking up places on its full time, one year MBA course for the 2009/10 academic year.
New light on the motives of fair-trade shoppers has recently been concluded by a research team in Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Exeter.
With the credit crunch deepening, this year’s traditional Christian fast of Lent will have added significance for many people who try to cut back and adopt simpler eating habits.
Most wild species are expected to colonise northwards as the climate warms, but how are they going to get there when so many landscapes are covered in wheat fields and other crops?
A team of scientists, led by the University of Exeter, has used game theory to explain the bizarre behaviour of a group of ravens.
The UK’s most significant collection of Heuchera plants is being re-homed at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter’s own ‘Doctor of Comedy’ returns to take centre stage to deliver the first in this year’s Shaping the Future lectures.
A series of public exhibitions are to be held into draft proposals for the Exeter Science Park in advance of submission of an outline planning application.