Research events

Our events range from small, internal seminars to large-scale research conferences and presentations. We also regularly host research VIPs (eg, national Research Councils) and large industrial stakeholders.

If you are a University of Exeter researcher looking for advice on how to run an event, please visit our Research Toolkit pages.

To hear about public events you can also sign up to our mailing list.

WhenTimeDescriptionCategoryLocationAdd to Calendar
2 November 201614:00

Using dramatic arts to communicate how mathematics can help us explain seizures and epilepsy

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Research EventsSeminar room 11, RILD BuildingAdd this to your calendar
8 November 201618:30

Dementia: Life, Art and Research

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Research EventsExeter PhoenixAdd this to your calendar
9 November 201611:00

Proper Victims?: Public Salience and Sexual Offences

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Research EventsExeter CastleAdd this to your calendar
9 November 201612:00

Exploring the benefits of nature for blind and visually impaired people

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Research EventsCliffden Hotel, TeignmouthAdd this to your calendar
10 November 201612:30

The Vision Thing: Planning for Impact

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Research EventsUniversity of Exeter, Streatham Campus, Newman Collaborative LT (C/D) video linked to St Luke's Campus, South Cloisters 2.13 and Penryn Campus, Exchange Yellow Add this to your calendar
12 November 201613:00

An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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Research EventsRougemont Room, Exeter Central LibraryAdd this to your calendar
18 November 201612:30

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Question Time

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Research EventsAmory C417Add this to your calendar
22 November 201612:00

Opportunity to guide research into epilepsy

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Research EventsSouth Cloisters 2.13Add this to your calendar
8 December 201618:30

IMechE Christmas Lecture 2016: Thunderbolts and lightning - are they really frightening?

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Research EventsForum Alumni Auditorium LTAdd this to your calendar
17 - 21 July 20179:00

IAU Symposium: Space Weather of the Heliosphere

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ConferencesPeter Chalk CentreAdd this to your calendar

To find out more about how we can support, manage and offer advice for your research and business engagement events email Pete Hodges or phone 01392 722321.