The University of Exeter Business School is among the finalists for the Chartered Management Institute's prestigious HE Partner of the Year award 2021.
The Aziz Foundation is pleased to announce that it will be offering Master’s scholarships at The University of Exeter for exceptional students, from a British Muslim background, looking to progress onto postgraduate study.
A vast seabird colony on Ascension Island creates a "halo" in which fewer fish live, new research shows.
Dr Stineke Van Houte has received £250,000 to support her research into antimicrobial resistance.
Triggering positive "tipping points" could transform the way we produce food and use the world's land, according to a new report.
Changes in the colour and intensity of light pollution over the past few decades result in complex and unpredictable effects on animal vision, new research shows.
Professor Nelesh Govender, an expert in fungal diseases and antifungal resistance, has been appointed an Honorary Professor at The MRC Centre for Medical Mycology (MRC CMM).
Exeter’s ‘brave, charismatic and passionate’ apprentices shortlisted for national BAME Apprenticeship award
Two inspirational individuals on Degree Apprenticeship programmes at the University of Exeter have been shortlisted for the BAME Apprenticeship Awards 2021.
Pupils lost a third of learning time during pandemic year - differences in learning loss between nations show effect of variation in lockdowns
Pupils across the UK have lost out on a third of their learning time since the pandemic started, even once learning at home is taken into account, new research finds.
Greater investment and innovation in educating children about environmental issues needed to help future generations respond to the climate emergency, experts urge
Environmental education provision needs greater investment and innovation if future generations are to be able to respond fully to the climate emergency, experts have said.
One of the oldest books of English literature in the world - created more than 1,000 years ago - is now available for anyone to browse online for the first time.
A third year English student at the University of Exeter has featured in a BBC radio play.
Acclaimed novelist, memoirist, poet – and University of Exeter creative writing expert – Professor Vesna Goldsworthy has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
Full lockdowns ‘may be unnecessary’ as study finds voluntary actions played vital role in cutting COVID deaths
Voluntary curbs on movement and travel before governments first imposed national lockdowns helped cut Covid death rates almost as effectively as the lockdown measures themselves, according to a new study.
While the UK was in lockdown, certain species of captive amphibians became more visible, a new study suggests.
Many people are so attached to the ocean that it forms a key part of their identity, new research suggests.
Evidence from an ancient eggshell has revealed important new information about the extreme climate change faced by human early ancestors.
Populist anti-foreign aid rhetoric has an impact on the public – but only among fans of populist politicians, study shows
Populist anti-foreign aid rhetoric works – but only fans of populist politicians are convinced by hostile messages about charity abroad, a new study shows. Those who distrust populist politicians are significantly less susceptible to these messages.
Players of the popular game Red Dead Redemption 2 learn how to identify real American wildlife, new research shows.
The Medical Research Council has awarded the GW4 BioMed2 MRC Doctoral Training Partnership funding for 64 studentships over the next three years across the GW4 Alliance of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter Universities.
Conservation is being neglected compared to other areas of research when investigating animal social networks in zoos, new research has shown.
Commonly-used household products should carry a warning that they increase the risk of asthma, according to a new evidence review.
Scientists have found new evidence of menopause in killer whales – raising fascinating questions about how and why it evolved.
Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall to explore archives of key South West writers during Exeter visit
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be able to explore fascinating documents belonging to some of the South West’s most important writers during their visit to Exeter next week.
Twin brothers Adam and Jack Tremlett have defied the odds by graduating in Medicine at the University of Exeter together.
Duchess of Cornwall to meet families taking part in literature “therapy” to encourage love of reading and improve mental health
The Duchess of Cornwall will meet families taking part in literature “therapy” to encourage a love of reading and promote better mental health during the Royal visit to Exeter next week.
Pioneering research about the impact of multilingualism around the globe showcased at University of Exeter event
Experts showcased their pioneering research about the impact of multilingualism around the globe at a University of Exeter event.
Professor Sabina Leonelli has been elected to the prestigious Academia Europaea.
Exeter is part of a consortium to reeive £6.8 million from NIHR to research long COVID
Decreasing bacterial acidity could help reduce antimicrobial resistance by eliminating bacteria that can survive being treated with antibiotics.
Mobilising green finance will be a government priority for COP26 and will take the fight against climate change “to the next level”, according to Environment Secretary George Eustice.
Coastal Living benefits from Exeter University research highlighted in UK Chief Medical Officer's Report
Research on the health benefits of coastal living will be highlighted to Government after University of Exeter experts authored a chapter for the Chief Medical Officer’s annual report. The academics warn that these benefits must not be taken for granted in the face of mounting environmental and social pressures.
Am internationally-recognised expert in cancer and primary care is joining the University of Exeter, where he will further strengthen a team that has helped improve cancer diagnosis in the UK.
Evidence of the sustained benefits of an investigational antipsychotic treatment for people with dementia-related psychosis has been published.
University of Exeter recognised for “financial lifeline” support for students during coronavirus pandemic
The University of Exeter has been recognised for offering a financial lifeline and practical support for students facing hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic
New apprentices are training to take to the promenade as they get ready to resurrect traditional seaside entertainment in Britain this summer.
A ground-breaking new research project, designed to help develop the world’s first AI air traffic control system, has received a multi-million pound funding boost.
The links between different long-term health conditions will be explored in new research funded with a £2.5million grant from the Medical Research Council.
Scientists have identified five new plant species in the Bolivian Andes.
A new research programme will investigate and strengthen the resilience, wellbeing and sustainability of UK coastal communities.
A new consortium involving the University of Exeter has been awarded more than £7.1 million from the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP) to investigate the impact that nature can have in helping to prevent and reduce health inequalities in urban areas.
Evidence shows that people of lower socioeconomic status have a higher likelihood of developing and experiencing mental health problems. There is also evidence to suggest that young people who were struggling financially before the pandemic will be worse off, leading to more difficulties that will further impact on their mental health.
Community-led monitoring of deforestation might not reduce forest use overall, but merely displace it to unmonitored areas, a new study finds.
Researchers at the University of Exeter teamed up with colleagues at the Indiana University School of Medicine to commemorate the centennial of the discovery of insulin and the critical moments that have led to today’s understanding and clinical approaches.
Twenty months after declaring a climate emergency and establishing a set of vital signs for the Earth, a coalition of researchers says “unrelenting business as usual” has led to alarming results.
Thomas Cromwell’s Tudor London mansion revealed in unprecedented detail and first-ever artist’s impression
New insights come on anniversary of Cromwell’s death and ahead of the final part of the ‘Wolf Hall’ trilogy which hits West End later this year
Past tipping points triggered cascades of global climate, ecological and societal change, researchers say.
An innovative surf-hire firm and a social enterprise that helps disadvantaged women in Kenya start their own businesses were among the winners at this month’s Student Startups End-of-Year Awards Ceremony.
Deep-sea mining in international waters could begin in two years – but researchers say this is unnecessary and could cause irreversible damage to marine ecosystems.
New research by The Prince’s Countryside Fund highlights the importance of auction marts for the social, health, and wellbeing of their visitors
A new report commissioned by The Prince’s Countryside Fund, and carried out by researchers from the University of Exeter, highlights how auction marts tackle social isolation and improve the health and wellbeing of their users.
First academic research paper co-published on Instagram shows legacy of one of Algeria’s most influential modern artists
The first research to be simultaneously co-published in an academic journal and on Instagram shows the lasting legacy of one of Algeria’s most influential modern artists.
Most International Federations in this summer’s Olympics are taking minimal if any action at all on climate and the environment, a new study has found.