A network that connects people across academic disciplines, such as Conservation Science, Politics and Economics, and over 30 external partners across societal sectors. We work together to design solutions and deliver actions that grow biodiversity.
We are a network of world-leading researchers committed to understanding all aspects of the marine environment. We work collaboratively with stakeholders and nurture future generations of marine scientists.
We are a network of researchers with an interest in any aspect of the central nervous system and its role in behaviour, health and disease. Our experts draw from neuroscience, genomics, psychology and animal behaviour.
We are a network of interdisciplinary academics and industry partners working together to generate world leading scientific research using Immersive technology and techniques. Together we are discovering new ways of living, working, and learning.
Our network connects researchers in the Humanities & Social Sciences, Business, Engineering & the Environmental Sciences, and Medicine & the Life Sciences with a wide range of stakeholders in the search for better understanding of food-related issues in our world today.
Our network brings together experts researching child and young people's wellbeing. Coming from a range of disciplines, such as Medicine, Psychology, Creative Writing and Sociology, we aim to facilitate collaborative, interdisciplinary research and impact on policy and implementation.
We are a community of practice operating within and outside the University of Exeter, with the aim to facilitate knowledge exchange between academia and policy to improve decision-making at regional, national and international level.
We connect data science with environmentally-related disciplines to drive impactful, interdisciplinary research that addresses some of the most pressing challenges facing society. Our experts are pioneering the delivery of world-leading education in Environmental Intelligence.
Our network aims to accelerate health innovation for better services for people living with long-term conditions. At the same time, we aim to address health inequalities by advancing translational technologies to support the delivery of those services. Our research is led by the needs of society, healthcare providers and industry.
We are an interdisciplinary community of academics, NHS partners, industry and the general public working together to develop quantitative health research underpinned by rigorous mathematical and computational techniques. Our interests span theoretical modelling through to empirical data analysis, addressing the full spectrum of research questions from understanding the causes of disease, to building predictive algorithms and modelling biological and healthcare systems.
We aim to contribute to the creation of a fair, socially just and inclusive society. Our network aligns with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 16 to ‘promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions.’ Using qualitative, quantitative and evaluative methods, and the experience (including lived experience) of others as appropriate, our members assess and evaluate policies and practices to better understand how and why people are subject to violence and injustice and the most effective methods for combatting these.
Routes @ Exeter: Migration, Mobility and Displacement
Our network uses interdisciplinary research to enable its members to engage collaboratively in investigation of all aspects of human mobility, migration and displacement. We draw from a variety of disciplinary traditions to create new knowledge, and to intervene in debates, policy processes and practice on these issues. In so doing we aim to build understanding, capacity, and to attain sustainability, through reciprocal knowledge-sharing with colleagues, students and organisations in and outside academia, as well as to create links with other groups working in this field.