A relatively new concept – the epigenetic clock – could inform us about how swiftly we age, and how prone we are to diseases of old age
Mantis shrimps carefully survey burrows before trying to evict rivals, new research shows.
Mountain gorilla groups are friendly to familiar neighbours – provided they stay out of "core" parts of their territory – new research shows.
More than one in 10 people aged 16 to 25 have lost their job, and just under six in 10 have seen their earnings fall since the coronavirus pandemic began, new research shows.
Rare posters showing the glamorous stars of cinema’s Golden Age have returned to Britain, thanks to a donation by one of the world’s foremost movie memorabilia collectors.
A new regional network between the GW4 universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter has launched which will focus on research into neurodiversity and conditions such as ADHD and autism
Online church services have proved popular with rural communities during the pandemic, a new study shows.
Former rebel groups become more moderate after gaining political power in nations with democracy, research shows
Former rebel groups who transform into political parties have adopted a moderate stance after gaining power in more democratic political systems, a study shows.
A new four-year project ‘GREENPEG’ has received a grant of €8.3 million from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme to develop new techniques to explore for pegmatite rocks containing lithium and other green technology metals.
Researchers have launched an ambitious project to discover the impacts of plastic pollution in the oceans of Southeast Asia – and how the problem might be tackled.
Researchers have developed a swift new method that could help reduce the problem of antibiotic resistance increasing via wastewater systems
New research suggests an algorithm could be used to help optimise the sharing of healthcare resources during the Covid-19 pandemic, preventing NHS intensive care units (ICU) from becoming overwhelmed.
A University of Exeter researcher has been named among the winners of the 2020 Philip Leverhulme Prizes.
People can join film-makers, experts and translators to watch and discuss classic films past and present as part of a special event to celebrate world cinema and documentaries.
A consortium of Exeter alumni have joined the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) and the University of Exeter, in setting up a new PhD project to protect the Cerrado ecosystem in Brazil.
The number of sea turtles spotted along the coasts of the UK and Ireland has declined in recent years, researchers say.
People can explore how a belief in magic still impacts our daily lives at a special online event.
One of the University of Exeter’s most prominent astrophysics experts has received a prestigious national fellowship, it has been announced.
Plans to release a virus to reduce numbers of invasive Common Carp in Australia are unlikely to work and should be dropped, researchers say.
A third of people are in favour of prison sentences for those who break coronavirus lockdown rules, according to a major new survey.
Life-changing work to promote social mobility by University of Exeter recognised at UK Social Mobility Awards
Life-changing work by the University of Exeter to support disadvantaged young people has been recognised at awards which honour excellence in promoting social mobility in Britain.
The UK’s first fully electric powered sea-going ferry, designed and developed by consortium of engineering experts and businesses including the University of Exeter, has been revealed.
People can discover how modern technology is being used to reveal the secrets of medieval books at a unique online event.
Watching high quality nature programmes on TV can uplift people’s moods and reduce negative emotions
New code of conduct calls for universities to do more to protect academic freedom in their international partnerships
UK higher education institutions should be more transparent about their international partnerships and more accountable to their staff and students in order to protect academic freedom, experts have said.
The University of Exeter, working with Petroc College and the Association of Colleges and supported by City and Guilds, have produced an online tool for forecasting the spread of Covid-19 in colleges and helping to keep buildings open for as many students as possible.
Professor Roy Sambles FRS has received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, announced today.
Researchers working on a project across four European countries have seen a "significant rise" in volunteering and community action during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A largescale global trial, designed to test the theory that the widely-used BCG vaccine could help protect against COVID-19 will soon recruit healthcare staff and care home workers in the UK.
Type 1 diabetes can develop in babies under six months old, and the immune attack behind the condition may begin before they’re born
An innovative University of Exeter spin-out company, which uses sophisticated mathematical modelling to help develop treatment plans for patients with epilepsy, has won a prestigious national award.
Climate experts from the University of Exeter have written to Devon County Council in support of action to encourage low-carbon travel.
Mathematicians from the University of Exeter will play a pivotal role in a new collaborative research project to help enhance our understanding of climate tipping points.
Pioneering new research has helped geologists solve a long-standing puzzle that could help pinpoint new, untapped concentrations of some the most valuable rare earth deposits.
Less than a fifth of farmers plan on fully retiring and many do not discuss their later life plans with loved ones, according to a new study from the University of Exeter in collaboration with NFU Mutual.
The University of Exeter Business School is involved with a project to automate Gift Aid donations and potentially unlock more than £560 million for charities every year.
A home-based rehabilitation programme that could help thousands of heart failure patients to achieve a better quality of life has won a prestigious BMJ award.
£1.2 million in government funding will help researchers develop an innovative online programme to improve and personalise care for people with dementia in care homes.
A fifth of people have reported experiencing mental health issues and a third of people are feeling isolated because of the coronavirus pandemic, a major new survey shows.
Five researchers at the University of Exeter have been awarded prestigious fellowships to tackle key issues from food and housing insecurities to autism diagnosis.
Introducing third legal gender option popular with majority of trans and non-binary people, research shows
Introducing a third legal gender option is popular with the majority of trans and non-binary people, research suggests.
The new study aims to assess an until now hidden form of marine litter and show the effects it could have on our seas
Global warming is affecting daytime and night-time temperatures differently – and greater night-time warming is more common than greater daytime warming worldwide – new research shows.
Fundamental reset of society needed to prevent decline in social mobility in the post-Covid era, experts warn
A fundamental reset of society is needed to avert an unprecedented decline in social mobility in the post-Covid era, leading experts have warned.
New scientific publications reviewed since January 2020 strengthen the evidence that climate change increases the frequency and/or severity of fire weather in many regions of the world.
New education “hubs” for Deaf children needed to replace social spaces lost when specialist schools close
New dedicated hubs for Deaf children are needed around the country to provide new social spaces, education and support, an expert has said.
A team of researchers based in the Westcountry has been awarded nearly £2.5 million from the National Institute for Health Research.
A new study into the causes of sensorimotor impairments prevalent among autistic people could pave the way for better treatment and management in the future, say psychologists.
Fans of UK whisky and gin "need to worry about plant health", scientists say.
Current global pledges to tackle climate change are the equivalent of declaring a pandemic without a plan for social distancing, researchers say.
Celebrate the diversity and history of the landscape of England and Wales as part of unique arts project
A stunning digital map of England and Wales will provide the inspiration for new poems celebrating the diversity and history of both countries.
A study of approximately 200,000 blood samples from the UK Biobank has identified more than 2,000 undiagnosed cases of type 2 diabetes.
The University of Exeter and the Charles Causley Trust have celebrated current and future collaborations with a special ceremony held online.
New research led by the University of Exeter and The Farming Community Network (FCN) aims to explore how social isolation, loneliness and mental health issues within the farming community are experienced and managed – and how to improve support available.
The University of Exeter has been nominated for four “Oscars of higher education” which honour the best teaching and research in the country.
A third of people feel “very angry” at the prospect of Britain leaving the EU without a deal, according to a major new survey which suggests people are resigned to the failure of Brexit talks.
Scientists have discovered an elegant way of manipulating light using a “synthetic” Lorentz force — which in nature is responsible for many fascinating phenomena including the Aurora Borealis.
A University of Exeter Business School academic is set to embark on a five-year research project exploring new ideas about creating diversity in leadership after winning a £1 million grant.
Appointing a new leader just before an election leads to a higher turnover of MPs after the poll, a study of political parties across Europe during the past 80 years shows.
A major new project to uncover the impact and origins of socialist and communist medical innovations will help experts to produce a new history of global healthcare.
Galapagos tourist guides are being retrained to catalogue the islands' famous biodiversity.
Pioneering new analysis of deep-sea sediments has revealed the climatic changes over the last 66 million years of Earth’s history - which can be studied like a ‘colorful barcode’.
People prefer coronavirus contact tracing to be carried out by a combination of apps and humans, study shows
People prefer coronavirus contact tracing to be carried out by a combination of apps and humans, a new study shows.
Households purchasing high volumes of sugary or diet drinks are more likely to have low socio-economic status, higher body mass index (BMI) and overall less healthy food purchases.
Feeling misunderstood by other groups makes people more likely to support separatist causes like Brexit and Scottish independence, new research suggests.
NHS leadership that more fairly represents women in senior roles is “essential, overdue and needed now”, according to research carried out by the University of Exeter Business School on behalf of the NHS Confederation.
An innovative University of Exeter spin-out company, which uses sophisticated mathematical modelling to help develop treatment plans for patients with epilepsy, has secured two prestigious government funding awards.
3D printing technology poses a “grave and growing threat” to individual privacy because of the potential for products to reveal private information about individuals, experts have warned.
Ancient hunters stayed in frozen Northern Europe rather than migrating to warmer areas, evidence from Arctic fox bones shows
Ancient hunters stayed in the coldest part of Northern Europe rather than migrating to escape freezing winter conditions, archaeologists have found.
Herring gulls notice where approaching humans are looking, and flee sooner when they're being watched, a new study shows.
The world's oceans soak up more carbon than most scientific models suggest, according to new research.
Pioneering new research has revealed the first direct evidence that groups of stars can tear apart their planet-forming disc, leaving it warped and with tilted rings.
Old male elephants play a key role in leading all-male groups, new research suggests.
Cat owners fall into five categories in terms of their attitudes to their pets’ roaming and hunting, according to a new study.
Scientists have identified an "Achilles heel" that could help in the fight against a killer fungus.
Weapons were not used in the majority of police incidents where officers had to use force, the first detailed analysis of statistics from a new national reporting system suggests.
Insect-based feeds for farmed animals could help the UK reach its net zero carbon emissions target, researchers say.
New research reveals current understanding of safe antibiotic levels in rivers may not prevent evolution of antibiotic resistance.
Researchers and conservationists who have been tracking turtle migration for over a decade believe a new study highlights the need for investment and conservation of vital marine habitats which play a key role in turtle’s formative years.
A study analysing over 650,000 hip replacement patients across England and Wales over 14 years sought to investigate why one hospital has consistently been identified as having better than expected outcomes compared to other settings.
How governments and the private sector consider the natural environment when constructing policy is being transformed thanks to a new “natural capital” decision-making framework.
The amount of water in glacial lakes worldwide has risen by about 50 per cent since 1990, researchers say.
More than 90 per cent of shoulder replacement implants last more than ten years, according to the largest study of its kind.
The extraordinary lost buildings and art of Renaissance Florence can be viewed together for the first time in centuries thanks to innovative free technology which helps transform the way people experience museums.
A project to reduce risks related to landslides and floods has received £1.2m funding from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
Shortening food supply chains and improving local public procurement could provide a significant boost to the Cornish economy post-Covid-19, according to new research.
A global summit which aims to boost effective collaboration between experts working in Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being organised by academics at the University of Exeter.
Pioneering new research has highlighted some of the political difficulties with the UK’s energy transition, in particular around vested fossil fuel interests.
A project jointly led by the University of Exeter has been shortlisted for a prestigious prize worth up to £500,000.
Research published this week in Earth System Dynamics reports that the most sensitive climate models overestimate global warming during the last 50 years.
Swans display more aggression to fellow swans than other birds, new research shows.
Experts from the University of Exeter’s Centre for Water Systems (CWS), have received a prestigious award for their exceptional engineering achievements in tackling COVID-19.
One of the University of Exeter’s rising research stars has been awarded a prestigious Engineering Research Fellowship, it has been announced.
Digital transformation will be key to ensuring survival of theatre industry during coronavirus, research shows
Digital transformation will be key to ensuring the survival of the theatre industry during coronavirus because people are willing to pay to see shows online, new research shows.
Winston Churchill refused to apologise after he wrongly accused a newspaper of printing a fake picture of him, new research shows.
Share your experiences of loneliness and Covid-19 as part of a major new project to help people feel less alone
People can share their experiences of the isolating impact of the coronavirus pandemic as part of a major new project designed to collect stories of loneliness and community.
New research will help GPs to identify the signs, symptoms, and blood test results they should look for to swiftly diagnose cancer in people with unexpected weight loss. The findings have implications for existing health policy and guidelines.
Plans to build floating windfarms in the Celtic Sea to generate clean power and create thousands of green jobs have taken a major step forward after being shortlisted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
Key knowledge gaps exist in our understanding of how ocean microplastics transport bacteria and viruses – and whether this affects the health of humans and animals, researchers say.
A study of five different seafoods has found traces of plastic in every sample tested.
Connections with friends and family are key to helping communities adapt to the devastating impact of climate change on their homes and livelihoods, a new study shows.
The brains of nonpartisans are different from those who register to vote with a party, major new study shows
The brains of people with no political allegiance are different from those who strongly support one party, major new research shows.
A new approach to predicting which babies will develop type 1 diabetes moves a step closer to routine testing for newborns
New research out today highlights the future effects of climate change on important fish stocks for south-west UK fisheries.
Home-educated children left without qualifications as exams replaced with teacher-predicted grades, study shows
The cancellation of exams this year in favour of teacher-predicted grades has had a “significantly detrimental” impact on many home-educated children, who are not able to gain qualifications this summer, a study warns.
Geologists have developed a machine learning technique that highlights the potential for further deposits of the critical metal tungsten in SW England.
After years of uncertainty, England’s first wild breeding population of beavers for 400 years has been given the permanent right to remain in their East Devon river home.
State of the art computational analysis is being used to track the growth and influence of online extremist far-right groups in Europe as part of a major new study.
Electricity market data can play a vital role in measuring the impact of COVID-19 and lockdown policies on GDP, according to a new study.
Prescription medication of cannabis extract cannabidiol (CBD) is safe for daily use in treating cannabis use disorder, and could help people to cut down on cannabis use, according to an initial randomised controlled trial published in The Lancet Psychiatry journal.
The price the UK government was prepared to pay to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic was far lower than in many other developed nations, a study has revealed.
Small trees that grow up in drought conditions could form the basis of more drought-resistant rainforests, new research suggests.
Clean-up devices that collect waste from the ocean surface won't solve the plastic pollution problem, a new study shows.
Traditional seaside entertainers set to return as beach theatre makes a resurgence during coronavirus
Traditional seaside entertainment enjoyed by families a century ago is set to return to Britain’s beaches as pierrot performers get ready to perform again following the lifting of the ban on outdoor theatre.
New analysis of records shows serious and traumatising violence suffered by women during Irish Civil War
Women were killed by guns and bombs, were the victims of sexual assault and had their hair forcibly shorn during the Irish Civil War, new analysis of documents shows.
Designing a sustainable future for aquaculture, the world’s fastest growing food sector – A One Health approach
Seafood is one of the fastest-growing and highly traded food markets.
Mass surveys and in-depth fieldwork across England will be used to explore how the coronavirus pandemic is both creating new social inequalities as well as reinforcing existing ones.
BAME men experienced a far greater deterioration in their mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown than their white British counterparts
Experts have increased the number of lifestyle factors known to influence our risk of developing dementia from nine to 12.
New research has called for urgent action after creating a map that identifies gaps in services for adults with ADHD across the UK
A prestigious group of food and agricultural economists has awarded a fellowship to Steve McCorriston, Professor of Agricultural Economics
Only a low carbon COVID-19 recovery will protect against climate catastrophe and create a better world for our children, argues an open letter to the Prime Minister
Blood platelet counts at the higher end of normal suggest a high risk of cancer in men aged 60 or over, and should be investigated
Mountain gorillas that live in oversized groups may have to limit the number of strong social relationships they form, new research suggests.
Labour must engage seriously with the rural community to win again, study by former MP and historian says
Labour must take rural politics seriously and actively campaign in the countryside in order to win power again, a study by a historian and a former MP says.
Experts from around the world will discuss the impact of the internet and medicine on modern masculinity at a major conference.
Two University of Exeter academics have been elected fellows of the British Academy.
A national team of scientists and nurses, led from the University of Exeter, are researching nursing care for patients in hospital with COVID-19.
A study from the University of Exeter has found that mycoprotein, the protein-rich food source that is unique to Quorn products, lowers the post absorptive levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL), commonly known as “bad” cholesterol, more than meat and fish.
Experts and major organisations have co-created the first international principles that will encourage more concerted efforts towards sustainable securities lending.
A cave in a remote part of Mexico was visited by humans around 30,000 years ago – 15,000 years earlier than people were previously thought to have reached the Americas.
The immune systems of mammals – including humans – might struggle to detect and respond to germs from other planets, new research suggests.
A new soap opera, comic and app are the latest weapons being used to tackle the epidemic of kidnappings in Mexico.
Educators at informal science learning sites such as science museums, zoos and aquariums promote interest and learning among visitors of all ages, new research has found.
The Government has failed to honour its commitment to ‘leave the natural environment of England in a better state than it inherited’ made in the 2011 Natural Environment White Paper and needs to seize opportunities to deliver a green recovery from the recession caused by COVID-19.
David Pencheon, Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter, has won the BMJ Outstanding Contribution to Health Award
Exeter City Football Club’s Grecian Archive has been gathering ‘memories for the future’ with the help of the University of Exeter.
The quest to discover why friendship plays such a pivotal role in social and mental well-being has been given a significant boost, it has been announced.
Microplastics have been found in the guts of sharks that live near the seabed off the UK coast.
A study published today finds that governments worldwide have repeatedly resisted the placement of 41 UNESCO World Heritage sites on a list of “World Heritage In Danger”.
Researchers at two leading Westcountry institutions have teamed up with Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in a study
Professor Isabelle Baraffe, a leading expert in astrophysics research, has been awarded a prestigious international science prize.
Head injuries may be worryingly common among police officers, according to a new pilot study led by the University of Exeter.
A revolutionary point-of-care test developed by experts from a University of Exeter spin-out company has been used to safely diagnose a lethal fungal lung disease during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Partnership to drive forward experimental dementia research with data science and artificial intelligence
A new partnership brings together a combination of around a thousand scientists and innovators
Air pollution in China, as measured by levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), fell by 48% during lockdown, as a result of the economic fall-out from policies implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a study has found.
Extinction Rebellion supporters are more likely to be new to protesting than other environmental activists, a new study shows.
Women are almost twice as likely as men to have lost their job and suffered an anxiety attack during lockdown, according to a study that reveals how COVID-19 has driven widespread gender inequality.
A newly-developed tool aims to help workers and employees calculate the biological risk of an individual’s exposure to COVID-19.
Make global warming stay below 2C to strike the right balance between climate action and protecting economies, say the authors of a study arguing the economic case for the UN’s 2100 climate targets.
A new initiative designed to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges has been announced.
The University of Exeter has been granted its 24th award for Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research (ICURe). The awards are made to teams led by Early Career Researchers to support the transition of commercially promising ideas and innovation out of labs and into the marketplace where they will secure the greatest impact.
Research showing the key features of healthy relationships will be used in schools around the country to help teenagers learn how to build healthy relationships of their own.
Theft law needs reform so the crime is based on consent not dishonesty – reducing the risk of judgements which lack “common sense” – a new study warns.
Better-managed road verges can help boost pollinating insects, new research shows.
The impact of COVID-19 on the UK waste sector will be investigated in a new project led by the University of Exeter.
Science education community should withdraw from international tests which have led to “narrow” curricula and pedagogy, study says
The science community should withdraw from involvement in international tests such as PISA because they have forced schools to adopt “narrow” curricula and pedagogies, a study says.
Canon Medical is supporting University of Exeter research into heart problems in children.
University of Exeter collaboration shortlisted for prestigious national KTP ‘Best of the Best’ Awards
A ground-breaking collaboration, between experts from the University of Exeter and Supacat Ltd, to spearhead a green revolution in defence and off-highway transport has been short-listed for a prestigious national award.
New study identifies benefits to mood and well-being associated with short, frequent walks near bodies of water
University of Exeter scientists have developed a revolutionary new device that could allow health professionals to test patients’ antibody response to Covid-19 in as little as seven minutes.
Coconut oil production may be more damaging to the environment than palm oil, researchers say.
Palm trees are more than five times more numerous in tropical forests in the Americas than in comparable Asian and African forests, a new study shows.
Project to enhance climate hazard resilience and related disease prevention in Africa receives funding boost
Experts from the University of Exeter will lead a pioneering project to design digital innovations to help communities across Africa become more resilient to climate hazards and prevent outbreaks of associated diseases.
A national research collaboration has been awarded £1.85 million to investigate children’s health and maternal wellbeing.
Scientists have made a pivotal breakthrough in the important, emerging field of spintronics – which could lead to a new high speed energy efficient data technology.
Students develop innovative ideas to help tackle the world’s greatest problems during Grand Challenges week
From new technology to end loneliness to children’s books and food labelling to tackle the climate emergency – University of Exeter students have developed innovative solutions to the world’s greatest problems.
Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic could help avert global warming and mass species extinction, a team of scientists and policy experts have argued.
The University of Exeter has leapt into the top five institutions in the world for research output on the links between green space and public health.
Scientists have pioneered a new technique to produce arrays of sound produced entirely by heat.
A new technique could help reduce antibiotic prescribing by predicting which drugs could be effective in fighting bacteria within minutes.
Urgent research has begun to find a way for small and mid-sized theatre companies threatened with closure due to coronavirus to keep operating.
People in France and Germany support building greater European military capacity and security and defence policy, a survey shows.
The University of Exeter and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust are making a major contribution to the management of dialysis services.
Impoverished communities and diverse ecosystems in Colombia are under threat due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers say.
The University of Exeter’s 3D printers have been used as part of a city-wide effort to produce thousands of items of PPE for key workers.
A new study will examine the risks coronavirus “immunity passports” pose to human rights as more countries begin to use technology to monitor health during the pandemic.
Environmental destruction may make pandemics more likely and less manageable, new research suggests.
Astronomers have made the first measurement of spin-orbit alignment for a distant ‘super-Jupiter’ planet.
A pioneering new project to develop revolutionary new energy saving windows and facades has received a significant funding boost.
An award of almost £1 million will help scientists at the University of Exeter unravel the genetics mysteries of a rare form of diabetes.
Workplace gender bias is being kept alive by people who think it’s no longer an issue, new research suggests.
Liverpool Born Football Poet, Sharon Jones has written a moving tribute to Anfield and Liverpool FC as part of a national Places of Poetry project.
New research suggests there may be substantial indirect adverse effects of COVID-19 on children's physical and mental health.
Word describing alcohol-fuelled electioneering added to dictionary to describe boozy voting of the past
A new word for alcohol-fuelled electioneering has been officially added to the dictionary thanks to the popularity of boozy voting in the past.
Giving people “digital literacy” tips can help them identify dubious information online, a new study shows.
Governments will be “walking into the next crisis” if climate change is not at the heart of rebuilding the economy, a leading expert has warned.
Researchers at the University of Exeter have developed a pioneering production method for heterostructure devices, based on 2D materials such as graphene.
Three marine conservation projects involving University of Exeter scientists have been awarded funding by the UK government’s Darwin Initiative.
Small talk between colleagues – about the weekend, the weather or last night’s TV – may seem unimportant but it has a big impact on our wellbeing at work.
A new study has highlighted the crucial role that sea ice across the Southern Ocean played in controlling atmospheric carbon dioxide levels during times of past climate change, and could provide a critical resource for developing future climate change models.
Innovation by ancient farmers to improve soil fertility continues to have an impact on the biodiversity of the Amazon, a major new study shows.
Influential University of Exeter research has led to the historic introduction of no fault divorce in England and Wales.
Cornwall’s voluntary organisations have been adapting services to support more vulnerable people for longer during the Covid-19 crisis.
Acclaimed playwright and University of Exeter experts to collaborate on new production exploring LGBTQ+ loneliness and history
An acclaimed playwright will collaborate with University of Exeter experts on a new production exploring how LGBTQ+ communities have experienced loneliness and isolation in the past and present, including during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ministers struggling with trauma caused by coronavirus will get special training to help them cope with the challenges of the pandemic.
Experts from the University of Exeter will play a crucial role in a new pan-European initiative to develop new techniques to turn wastewater into a valuable resource.
People who go in the sea are more likely to experience symptoms of illness compared to non-bathers.
A steroid which was part of a nationwide COVID-19 trial that included patients in Exeter has been found to reduce the risk of dying in patients.
Half of the world’s population is exposed to increasing air pollution, new research has shown.
Concerns for disadvantaged teenagers as activities to encourage them to apply to university disrupted during coronavirus lockdown, research shows
University staff working with prospective students are concerned about the prospects of those from disadvantaged homes as their work is disrupted or put on hold during the coronavirus lockdown, research shows.
Appetite for fast fashion goes out of style when people learn about impact of mass-produced clothing, study shows
Learning in groups how to make, mend and modify clothing reduces the appetite for fast fashion, a new study shows.
If you want to exercise harder, enjoy it more and feel it less, pull on a VR headset and plug in some upbeat tunes, leading sport scientists say in their latest study.
A new way of using genetics to diagnose diabetes could pave the way for better diagnosis and treatment in Indians, new research has concluded.
Innovative programme where children use their own voice to improve reading open for more participants
An innovative education programme which helps children improve their reading by using the sound of their own voice is open for more participants.
An art project involving people living with dementia has led to a book as well as an art exhibition that has been moved online to be enjoyed by all.
Scientists have discovered the oldest fossil that can be assigned to the living annelid worms, the group of animals that contains earthworms, leeches and many different forms in the ocean including polychaetes (such as ragworms and lugworms).
Trinidadian guppies behave like matadors, focusing a predator’s point of attack before dodging away at the last moment, new research shows.
Pathogens that attack agricultural crops show remarkable adaptability to new climates and new plant hosts, new research shows.
Warm and sunny springs – like the one just seen in the UK – can create conditions that pave the way for severe summer droughts, a new study has shown.
Scientists have expanded our understanding of potentially habitable planets orbiting distant stars by including a critical climate component – the presence of airborne dust.
A new £1.4 million award from the Wellcome Trust will help researchers at the University of Exeter investigate pregnant mothers' obesity and health
Amongst the world's most challenging problems is the need to feed an ever-growing global population sustainably.
The University of Exeter will play a pivotal role in a pioneering project designed to develop the UK’s first fully electric-powered domestic ferry.
Replacing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) with a new “ecosystem” measure reveals the enormous value of the natural world, new research shows.
Smartline, the University of Exeter technology and wellbeing project, is supporting the development of a ground-breaking app
Bright pink flamingos are more aggressive than paler rivals when fighting over food, new research shows.
Young Venezuelans distrust politicians of all parties and are doubtful anyone can improve their daily lives or give them more opportunities, a new study shows.
“Unparalleled” discovery of ancient skeletons sheds light on mystery of when people started eating maize
The “unparalleled” discovery of remarkably well-preserved ancient skeletons in Central American rock shelters has shed new light on when maize became a key part of people’s diet on the continent.
Creating sustainable plastics is vital for the future of our environment, a new report says.
Insurers should be willing to negotiate coronavirus claims to avoid courts being overwhelmed, study warns
Insurers should be open to negotiating coronavirus claims to avoid courts becoming overwhelmed with disputes, a new study warns.
“Major gaps” in understanding how land-use changes affect the spread of diseases, researchers claim.
The quest to discover how new diseases – such as Covid-19 - emerge and spread in response to global land-use change assessed by researchers
The extent to which rivers transport burned carbon to oceans – where it can be stored for tens of millennia – is revealed in new research.
In the largest study of the genetics of childhood obesity, researchers have looked at why some children gain weight very easily.
News from the BBC about coronavirus has been shared significantly more on social media than articles from journalists in other organisations, new research suggests.
Efforts by police forces to speed up digital forensic analysis could lead to oversights in evidence gathering and interpretation, a new study warns.
The University of Exeter has joined an international, research consortium which aims to improve how obese people will respond to treatment
A group of eight dementia researchers from the University of Exeter are aiming to run over 301km to raise money for pioneering dementia research.
A team of experts at the University of Exeter have given their top tips for parents to support their children’s writing as they begin to return to school following more than two months of lockdown.
The University of Exeter has received £2.5 million to establish one of two evidence review facilities to assess quality of research.
The University of Exeter has been awarded a grant of more than £1 million to create a new research hub to boost diagnosing and managing some of the world’s most debilitating long-term health conditions and antimicrobial infections.
Covid generation faces ‘dark age’ of low social mobility - young Britons at risk of long-term damage to future life prospects
The unprecedented economic and educational shocks of the Covid-19 pandemic could inflict long-term damage to young people’s prospects in life, a new study finds.
Climate change could cause abrupt shifts in the amount of vegetation growing in parts of Great Britain, new research shows.
Empowering people to intervene when they witness unacceptable behaviour can help to prevent domestic violence and abuse, a new study has found.
Young people, men and people in “individualistic” societies report higher levels of loneliness, according to a large-scale global study.
A new research project exploring how the West perceives China is to be launched at the University of Exeter.
An online treatment proven to prevent anxiety and depression in young people is set to become available to the NHS and other mental health services worldwide.
Having a faulty gene linked to dementia doubles the risk of developing severe COVID-19, according to a large-scale study.
A study from the University of Exeter has found that mycoprotein, the protein-rich food source that is unique to Quorn products, stimulates post-exercise muscle building to a greater extent than milk protein.
Tropical forests face an uncertain future under climate change, but new research published in Science suggests they can continue to store large amounts of carbon in a warmer world, if countries limit greenhouse gas emissions.
Early African Muslims had a halal – and cosmopolitan diet - discovery of thousands of ancient animal bones shows
Early Muslim communities in Africa ate a cosmopolitan diet as the region became a trading centre for luxury goods, the discovery of thousands of ancient animal bones has shown.
A species of river bird is swallowing hundreds of plastic fibres every day via their insect prey, research by Cardiff University and the Greenpeace Research Laboratories at the University of Exeter has shown.
Partnership receives funding boost to develop AI to meet equipment supply and demand in Covid-19 pandemic
A partnership between the University of Exeter and Applegate has secured a significant funding boost to help develop new, cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence technology to help match supply and demand for vital health equipment during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Businesses with strong environmental and social credentials are more resilient in times of economic crisis, according to research into the COVID-19 stock market crash.
The impact of coronavirus on Britain’s crucial food supply chains will be tracked as part of a new study which will show how the current crisis has affected the journey from farm to plate.
A project led by the University of Exeter has developed guidance and recommendations to optimise strategies to tackle mental ill-health in doctors
A new study suggests an underestimation of microplastics in the ocean.
The COVID-19 global lockdown has had an “extreme” effect on daily carbon emissions, but it is unlikely to last – according to a new analysis by an international team of scientists.
A rising research star from the University of Exeter has won £100k to launch her work into depression as part of a prestigious grant scheme.
A Medicine student at the University of Exeter has teamed up with two clinicians to launch an online seminar series.
Scientists have pioneered a new technique to expose hidden biochemical pathways involving single molecules at the nanoscale.
Pine martens need neighbours but like to keep their distance, according to new research.
The University of Exeter has led research into the strategies tax authorities are using to manage large business taxpayers.
An online study of 25,000 people is recruiting participants to help study the impact of COVID-19 isolation on the health and wellbeing of older people
A rapid assessment of COVID-19 implications for disabled people in Cornwall has illustrated a failure by central government to support people
A new analysis shows which certain pre-existing diseases may put older people at risk of developing more severe COVID-19, implying they may need special treatments and more shielding.
Scientists have revealed the critical role that the chemical composition of bedrock plays in limiting vegetation growth in some of the world’s most barren and rocky terrains.
There were more than 300 million cases of hip and knee osteoarthritis worldwide in 2017 reveals a new analysis
Underwater sound devices called “pingers” could be an effective, long-term way to prevent porpoises getting caught in fishing nets with no negative behavioural effects, newly published research suggests.
The University of Exeter’s Student Startup team has launched a new funding initiative, designed to support innovative projects during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens of prehistoric, Roman and medieval sites discovered by archaeology volunteers working at home during lockdown
Dozens of previously-unrecorded Roman, prehistoric and medieval sites have been discovered by archaeology volunteers based at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
A new community project designed to celebrate and explore the Exe Estuary and coast, has been launched.
UK researchers have developed a cheap and simple way of creating biofuel and fertiliser from seaweed, whilst removing plastic from the oceans and cleaning up tourist beaches in the Caribbean and Central America.
An editorial paper has reviewed evidence and found that most of the UK deaths in doctors from COVID-19 are aged over 60.
A pan-European interdisciplinary team won a prestigious international competition, to develop pioneering new solutions to aid the recovery from pandemics such as COVID-19.
Large portions of voters across Europe misunderstand the workings of the European Union and think it is less democratic than it actually is, research suggests.
NHS staff are being offered free training to deliver a home-based cardiac rehabilitation programme to help support heart failure patients.
A project that links technology and housing to improve health and wellbeing in Cornwall is developing a guide to using online devices to reduce feelings of isolation during COVID-19 lockdown.
A pivotal new project, involving Renewable Energy experts from the University of Exeter, has been launched to pioneer new initiatives for greener home heating.
One in four people already own a disposable face mask to protect themselves against COVID-19, a new study says – despite the UK government saying evidence for their use is “weak”.
Temperate and tropical dry forests – not just rainforests – are home to thousands of unique tree species, a new study reveals.
The public would comply with major changes to medical advice – but would then be less likely to follow other new guidelines in the future, research shows.
It is remembered as a time when seemingly everyone in Britain lined the streets to mark the end of six years of conflict around the world – but in reality the trauma of war meant many people didn’t celebrate on Victory in Europe Day.
Grizzly discovery of an arrow through the eye sheds light on horrific injuries caused by medieval arrows
Medieval arrows caused injuries similar to today’s gunshot wounds, according to archaeologists analysing newly discovered human remains.
Frontline healthcare workers can take a new app-based micro-course on resilience and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
State-of-the-art imaging method provides new insights into how bacteria move and exchange genetic information
Scientists have made a pivotal breakthrough in advancing our understanding of how bacteria move and perform genetic exchange.
The University of Exeter Business School is working with more than 40 other institutions as part of a major EU-funded project worth nearly 10 million euros.
Understanding how the physical and biological world reacts to climate change is a challenge that science must contend with.
Hunger is likely to be the main driver of stone juggling in otters, new research has shown.
Coronavirus has led to major change in attitudes about parental responsibility for children’s education, survey shows
School closures have led to a change in attitudes among parents about who should be responsible for their child’s education, a major new survey shows.
‘Near-unlivable’ heat for one-third of humans within 50 years if greenhouse gas emissions are not cut
Areas of the planet home to one-third of humans will become as hot as the hottest parts of the Sahara within 50 years, unless greenhouse gas emissions fall, according to research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
A major new study will uncover the secrets of how communities in Medieval Britain continued to speak French for at least 300 years after the Norman Conquest.
Spending time in the garden is linked to similar benefits for health and wellbeing as living in wealthy areas, according to a new large-scale study.
A professor who consistently ranks in the global top five of neuroimaging will bring his expertise to Exeter’s new £10 million Mireille Gillings Neuroimaging Centre.
Football fans can relive the 30th anniversary of Exeter City’s historic 1990 league title win as part of a new online exhibition.
European partnerships to research depiction of girlhood in the media brings multinational research opportunities for students
Innovative European partnerships set up by University of Exeter academics have created new cross-border research opportunities for students.
People with low or no visual imagery are more likely to work in scientific and mathematical industries than creative sectors, according to new research.
A University of Exeter postgraduate researcher and teaching assistant has made an extraordinary donation of 3000 facemasks to help Hospiscare doctors and nurses in Devon provide compassionate end of life care during the coronavirus crisis.
The impact of COVID-19 on cancer diagnosis and survival will be explored through research led by the University of Exeter.
A leading scientist from the University of Exeter has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Researchers from the University of Exeter and the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula (PenARC), in partnership with the NHS, have developed a crucial new tool to ensure health trusts maintain sufficient levels of life-saving equipment and bed spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
School closures during the coronavirus lockdown could leave disadvantaged children with “learning loss” of up to six months, leading social mobility experts have warned.
A University of Exeter expert has been elected to one of the world’s most prestigious academic organisations.
“Ethnic spaces” at US universities make students from underrepresented minority groups feel a greater sense of belonging and engagement with their university, new research suggests.
Beautifully illustrated scrolls and graphic art storytelling traditions will help communities to reflect on shared histories of famine in India and Britain and cope with today’s environmental changes.
New guidance has been developed to support people with dementia and family carers who are facing isolation and reduced services as a result of COVID-19.
An exciting national experiment reopens today, aiming to shed light on how listening to nature could impact wellbeing.
A new test which could detect whether people who have had COVID-19 are still infectious is under development
Digital training experts have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by rapidly making new personal protective equipment (PPE) training for NHS staff.
A consortium featuring the University of Exeter has been awarded £3.7m in funding to develop a suite of postgraduate conversion courses in AI and data science.
One of the new generation of rising research stars at the University of Exeter has received a prestigious national fellowship.
Five leading researchers from across disciplines at the University of Exeter have received prestigious national fellowships, it has been announced.
A new editorial has summarised evidence and concluded that people aged 60-69 are at risk of severe illness if infected with COVID-19.
New research demonstrates unsustainable levels of soil erosion in the UK.
Thousands of trees have been planted in former rainforest land in the Amazon, nourishing the soil and providing impoverished Brazilians with food and increased incomes.
The University of Exeter is supporting the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (RD&E) to be at the forefront of the battle against Covid-19
Work by a University of Exeter researcher into the impact of the “returned Yank” on popular culture has won a major book prize awarded by the American Conference for Irish Studies (ACIS).
A pioneering new project, designed to nurture students’ innovative product development and marketing skills with industry partners, has received a £1 million funding boost.
Research project to evaluate impact of COVID-19 quarantine restrictions receives substantial funding
A new project to predict the spread of COVID-19, and evaluate the impact of quarantine restrictions, has received a substantial research grant.
A recent review of research highlights how genetics can support development of sustainable aquaculture for global food security.
A new paper published in The Lancet Psychiatry highlights an urgent need to tackle the harmful impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health.
Flamingos form friendships that last for years, new research shows.
Patients in Exeter with COVID-19 are being recruited to the largest clinical trial in the world to investigate existing medicines which might be effective against the disease.
The experience of family carers during the COVID-19 pandemic will be explored in a series of weekly interviews conducted over the next three months.
A spin-out company focussed on driving environmental sustainability in the mining and raw materials sector, founded by experts from the University of Exeter, has secured investment to help develop the business.
A crucial new project, designed to reveal the potentially devastating health impacts of air pollution on individuals, depending on their local environment, has received significant funding.
A pioneering study has shed new light on how a group of novel organelle-based disorders affect cells.
Brown hares and chickens were treated as “gods” not food when they arrived in Britain, research shows
Brown hares and chickens were considered “gods” rather than food when they were first arrived in Britain in the Iron Age, new research shows.
Earliest humans in the Amazon created thousands of “forest islands” as they tamed wild plants for food, study shows
The earliest human inhabitants of the Amazon created thousands of artificial forest islands as they tamed wild plants to grow food, a new study shows.
Hormonal changes caused by motorboat noise cause clownfish to hide, skip meals and attack their neighbours – putting damselfish in distress.
One of the world’s leading experts in fungal lung disease has joined the University of Exeter
Beaches in or near England’s Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) have the same levels of litter as those in unprotected areas, new research shows.
University of Exeter experts will develop new ways to better monitor activity on extreme right-wing online forums linked with terrorism as part of a major new research project.
Academics and clinicians across Devon and Cornwall are collaborating and innovating to improve testing capacity for COVID-19.
Couples should work as a team and make plans for the future to ensure their relationship thrives during coronavirus lockdown, experts say
Couples trying to cope with the coronavirus lockdown should work as a team and make future plans to keep their relationship strong during the crisis, experts have said.
Pioneering project to unlock decision making process behind larval settlement on coral receives funding boost
A new research project, designed to unlock a greater understanding of one of the key factors that affects coral recovery, has received a significant funding boost.
The tiny hairs found on plant roots play a pivotal role in helping reduce soil erosion, a new study has found.
Newly discovered letters show Thomas Hardy’s second wife’s joy and happiness at her marriage, and her sadness and loneliness after his death.
The agave plant - which is used to make tequila – could be the key ingredient to unlocking a new way of producing environmentally-friendly transport fuel and hand sanitizer, new research has found.
Pathogenic fungi pose a huge and growing threat to global food security.
A medicine student at the University of Exeter has created cute characters and a rhyming story to explain covid-19 to children.
Artificial intelligence will be increasingly used on labels on food and other products in the future to make them interactive, and regulations should be reformed now so they take account of new innovations, a study warns.
Self-care for ministers and providing clear information for parishioners essential to help church communities experiencing trauma due to Coronavirus, new advice says
Ensuring ministers look after their physical and mental health and providing clear information for parishioners is key to helping church communities cope with the trauma of coronavirus, new advice says.
Jim Sibson of Babcock International Group Appointed as Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Exeter
The University of Exeter has appointed Jim Sibson as an Honorary Associate Professor.
A global analysis of over 300 marine species spanning more than 100 years, shows that mammals, plankton, fish, plants and seabirds have been changing in abundance as our climate warms.
One of the UK’s foremost mechanical engineers, Steve Austen, has been appointed as an Associate Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter.
A rising research star at the University of Exeter has received a prestigious national award, it has been announced.
A funding appeal has been launched to help fast-track the development of a “pocket laboratory” that carries out quick, accurate and cost-effective blood tests that could revolutionise how health professionals track, trace and monitor the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19.
Scientists and clinicians in Exeter are part of a £20 million investment to unlock the secrets of COVID-19.
She achieved global stardom thanks to iconic roles in Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. Now the public can explore how Vivien Leigh had strong links to the South West as well as Hollywood as part of a major new project.
Fears that electric cars could actually increase carbon emissions are unfounded in almost all parts of the world, new research shows.
A University of Exeter researcher has been chosen for the Forbes “30 Under 30” list of innovators in science and heath across Europe.
A medical student has won a highly competitive scholarship to intern with BMJ, going through an intense selection process to achieve the funding.
“Blind over-reliance” on AI technology to manage international migration could lead to serious breaches of human rights, study warns
Over-reliance by countries on artificial intelligence to tackle international migration and manage future migration crisis could lead to serious breaches of human rights, a new study warns.
University of Exeter experts will help to train academics from throughout the UK in cutting-edge research methods as part of a major new national initiative.
Mysterious bone circles made from the remains of dozens of mammoths have revealed clues about how ancient communities survived Europe’s ice age.
Exeter’s Ocean Technology Group selected to receive Scottish Government support for Floating Offshore Wind innovation
An engineering research team at the University of Exeter’s Offshore Renewable Energy Group will carry out research into innovative mooring systems for floating offshore wind energy applications.
Children who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes under the age of seven have a different form (or “endotype”) of the condition compared with those diagnosed aged 13 or above, new research has shown.
Colour-changing crabs struggle to camouflage themselves when exposed to noise from ships, new research shows.
LGBTQ+ heritage embedded in the rich collections at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) will be revealed and celebrated as part of a major new collaboration, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Older parents are less flexible when it comes to raising their offspring, according to a new study of beetles.
International blood pressure guidelines may require review, according to new research that found a link between low blood pressure and higher mortality rates.
Scientists are manipulating genes that could solve environmental sustainability and conservation problems in Australian environments.
The ability of the world’s tropical forests to remove carbon from the atmosphere is decreasing, according to a study tracking 300,000 trees over 30 years, published today in Nature.
Facebook “prominent gateway” to untrustworthy websites during 2016 US presidential election, study shows
Facebook was the most prominent gateway to untrustworthy websites during the 2016 US Presidential election, a new study shows.
A dementia diagnosis software system developed at the University of Exeter has received three grants totalling £73,000.
Key protein has links to regulators of vertebrate feeding and reproduction
Two Exeter doctors will row for 24 hours in the first phase of preparation for an epic 3,000 mile world record bid across the Atlantic.
Three health researchers at the University of Exeter have been recognised as among the most prominent and prestigious in the country to be funded by the Government health research arm, NIHR.
Chemical changes in the oceans more than 800 million years ago almost destroyed the oxygen-rich atmosphere that paved the way for complex life on Earth, new research suggests.
Cases of potentially deadly brain damage as a result of stroke could be reduced after new research identified a pathway in the brain that causes swelling, and which responds to an innovative treatment.
It is a spectacular butterfly breed with an intriguing back story – now scientists have revealed how male-killing bacteria are helping to create a dazzling hybrid of the African monarch.
An award winning innovation being used in theatres at the Royal Cornwall Hospital is saving money and helping to save the planet.
Activism and growth of small independent publishers leading to “profound change” for translated fiction, research shows
Activism, new networks and the growth of small independent presses is leading to profound change in the way translated fiction is published, a new study shows.
Leading UK soft drinks companies continued to experience positive growth in their share prices, despite widespread industry fears the tax would harm their businesses, researchers have found.
First investment of a £30m initiative supporting the UK’s transition to a circular economy
Banners created by people living with dementia who worked with a trio of well-known artists will be on display in Exeter until the end of March.
Seagulls favour food that has been handled by humans, new research shows.
Prince Charles has awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education to a team at the University of Exeter.
Rapid Arctic warming has not led to a “wavier” jet stream around the mid-latitudes in recent decades, pioneering new research has shown.
A University of Exeter research institute has been boosted by the arrival of nine new staff.
Male doctoral graduates more likely to have a full-time, permanent job than their female counterparts, study shows
Male doctoral graduates are more likely to get a permanent job compared to their female counterparts, a new study shows.
A grant of £152,000 will allow researchers to investigate how manipulating specific brain cells can impact the body’s response to changes in blood sugar levels, which may help uncover the processes involved in diabetes.
Researchers to investigate impact of shame on doctors, medical students and patients as part of major new study
Patients, doctors and medical students will share their experiences of shame as part of a new project that aims to understand the impact that the emotion has on healthcare.
One of South America’s most prominent volcanoes is producing early signals of potential instability, new research has shown.
A major five-year study into the impacts of beavers on the English countryside has concluded that the water-living mammals can bring measurable benefits to people and wildlife.
Experts in the emotional needs of small children say increased levels of the stress hormone cortisol in babies and small children who are separated from their parents could have a long-term genetic impact.
The government’s Soft Drinks Industry Levy has resulted in soft drinks manufacturers lowering sugar levels in their drinks
New research has shed fresh light on how the build-up of two proteins in the brain might affect the activity of genes involved in Alzheimer’s disease.
The University of Exeter has announced that it has been awarded £4 million in further funding to continue with a project researching technology, health and housing in Cornwall.
The University of Exeter is part of a global initiative to revolutionise the early detection of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Having genetically higher testosterone levels increases the risk of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes in women, while reducing the risk in men. Higher testosterone levels also increase the risks of breast and endometrial cancers in women, and prostate cancer in men.
Older people could hold the key to revitalising rural communities, researchers say.
People power will be the driving force behind new wildlife havens in three Cornish towns.
Beach cleans can provide vital information on plastic pollution, researchers say.
Distinguished guests have gathered to participate in a special ceremony, to mark the handover of a new building that will house the University of Exeter’s pioneering VSimulators experimental facility.
Younger sons of the gentry faced so much emotional turmoil from having to make their own way in the world they suffered from anxiety, research shows.
Funding expected to total £1.2 million ($1,566,874) over four years from the USA’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help Exeter academics advance understanding about the underlying biological mechanisms leading to some people with Alzheimer’s disease developing psychosis.
£60 million raised to support students and research at Exeter
A project exploring how carbon capture and storage can help limit global warming to a 1.5°C temperature rise has received philanthropic funding from American organisation, One Earth.
A project to help more accurately measure the health of our oceans has been supported with a grant from the Simons Foundation.
A University of Exeter genetics researcher has been recognised in the top 100 inspirational women in healthcare.
One of the University of Exeter’s most talented climate researchers has received a significant funding boost from the European Research Council (ERC), it has been announced.
Zoo improvements should benefit all animals and include a wide range of “enrichment” techniques, researchers say.
Tougher early lives could help captive-bred game birds develop survival skills for adulthood in the wild, new research suggests.
GPs are being urged to consider shortness of breath and cough as potential predictors of lung cancer, after a study found they were becoming more common as the first symptom in diagnosis.
Cutting emissions of particular gases could improve conditions for plants, allowing them to grow faster and capture more carbon, new research suggests.
Loggerhead turtles feed in the same places year after year – meaning key locations should be protected, researchers say.
New findings from University of Exeter researchers reveal how bacterial immune systems can be harmful for their hosts and explain why they are not found in many bacteria.
A landmark translational research project called the Windows of Hope project, led by researchers from the University of Exeter, has defined more than 150 different genetic disorders in North American Anabaptist (Amish/Mennonite) communities.
A new technique to study the properties of molecules and materials on a quantum simulator has been discovered.
Perception of when its acceptable to sacrifice one person to save a larger group led by cultural differences, research shows
Cultural differences play a pivotal role in how people in different parts of the world perceive when it is acceptable to sacrifice one person to save a larger group, new research has shown.
Children with mental health needs require urgent support from primary school onwards to avoid exclusion, which can be both cause and effect of poor mental health, new research concludes.
Arctic sea ice cannot “quickly bounce back” if climate change causes it to melt, new research suggests.
A cancer researcher who heads up the medicine programme has been recognised in the top 100 inspirational women in healthcare.
Squirrels that strongly favour their left or right side are less good at learning, new research suggests.
People who live in more built up areas and spend less free-time in nature are also less likely to take actions that benefit the environment, such as recycling, buying eco-friendly products, and environmental volunteering.
A University of Exeter researcher has won recognition in the 2020 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK.
A virtual reality simulation developed near Exeter has made a global list of top 10 VR experiences for 2019.
Human-induced climate change promotes the conditions on which wildfires depend, increasing their likelihood - according to a review of research on global climate change and wildfire risk published today.
Crop production in Britain will fall dramatically if climate change causes the collapse of a vital pattern of ocean currents, new research suggests.
Plant life is expanding in the area around Mount Everest, and across the Himalayan region, new research shows.
Highlighting female achievements in the workplace makes capable women significantly more likely to want to be the boss, a study shows.