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University of Exeter and BMT partner up to enhance technical excellence
Young Researcher Award for diabetes and pregnancy specialist
Delivering on our plan to make West Tamar Highway safer and more efficient
Snack tax may be more effective than a sugary drink tax to tackle obesity
Renaissance-era Florence comes alive through immersive location-based storytelling app
Genetic factors influencing adult obesity take effect in early childhood
Argument for Sexual Selection in Bacteria
History Week: Step back in time at Camden Town Farm
Major new study tracing history of psychiatry will show roots of today’s global mental health
Rising research star receives prestigious ERC funding award
When More Pain Means More Gain
Tickets available for free, family-friendly weekend event in Bude
Iconic folk song ‘Widecombe Fair” didn’t originate from Devon village, new book reveals
Major fungal research centre moves to Exeter
More exciting opportunities to celebrate Exeter City Football Club’s incredible history announced
Exeter Science Park businesses soar with support from global number one incubator
Middle aged are lonelier than older and younger people
MRI scans improve prostate cancer detection
DHGE and University of Exeter to deliver online programmes
Empathy for perpetrators helps explain victim blaming in sexual harassment
Exeter retains position amongst world’s best universities in influential ranking
Learn how to avoid fast fashion at Cornish events this month
New technique can show links between prey and microplastics
MRI assisted biopsies more effective at identifying prostate cancer that needs treatment than standard biopsies
Work placements undertaken whilst at university can improve job prospects – but quality
Rainforests can only absorb CO2 as long as nutrient stores last
Green turtles eat plastic that looks like their food
Energy price cap has destroyed competitive market for consumers, research shows
Staring at seagulls could save your chips
Forget trying to recreate close-knit communities of past – they never existed
Robot cameras reveal secret lives of basking sharks in UK marine conservation first
Road verges provide refuge for pollinators
Toxic chemicals hindering recovery of Britain’s rivers
‘How-to’ guide launched to speed up spread of ‘game-changing’ stroke treatment
Some polar tipping points ‘already passed’
Humans running planet like ‘rowdy schoolchildren flying Starship Enterprise’
Forgiving your boss can increase job satisfaction
Ancient stone tools found in remote rock shelter reveal vital clues about life
Russell Reynolds Associates Hires Jules Orpin
Maths experts receive prestigious fellowships
Market competition sets tone for lower cost of UK mobile phone contracts, research shows
Supergen ORE Hub awards £1million to advance research in offshore renewable energy sector
Using weather radar to monitor insects
Collaboration between historians and community groups key part of success of First World
Try League to unearth next wave of rugby league stars
Short films animated by autistic artists provides insight into talent that autism can bring
Privatization of public goods can cause population decline, research shows
More sensitive climates are more variable climates, research shows