Aerosol particles in the atmosphere have a bigger impact on cloud cover than previously thought.
Fieldwork carried out over 20 years will show comprehensive history of modern Shiʿism’s foundational intellectual moment
Fieldwork over two decades will help experts produce the first comprehensive account of modern Shiʿism’s foundational intellectual moment.
Breakthrough in understanding why we struggle to recognise the faces of people from different racial backgrounds
University of Exeter researchers have paid tribute to scientist James Lovelock, who has died aged 103.
Metaphor and images should be used alongside traditional medical scales for patients to describe pain, study says
Patients should be able to use images and metaphors alongside traditional medical scales to describe their pain to doctors, a new study says.
Prehistoric people in Europe were consuming milk thousands of years before humans evolved the genetic trait allowing us to digest the milk sugar lactose as adults.
Consumer behaviour needs to change fundamentally to ensure the successful transition to a circular economy, according to a new report.
The quest to unravel the mystery behind the formation of the first quasars in the early universe has taken a significant step forward.
An expert from the University of Exeter has played an important role to secure the supply chain of critical minerals.
Three academics from the University of Exeter have been elected as Fellows of the British Academy.
A new "resilience sensing system" can identify ecosystems that are in danger of collapse, research shows.
University of Exeter hosts British Association for Applied Linguistics Vocabulary Special Interest Group Annual Conference 2022
The University of Exeter’s Graduate School of Education hosted the British Association for Applied Linguistics Vocabulary Special Interest Group’s Annual Conference 2022.
Anglo American, one of the world’s leading mining companies, has made a transformational donation to support sustainable mining research and education at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter.
Migrant care home and agricultural workers will co-create new research to analyse the impact of new visa rules introduced following Brexit.
A pivotal new report has delivered a long-term vision for how engineering research will help to tackle some of the world’s key challenges.
Urgent need for the UK and its allies to clarify how they will respond militarily to imminent armed attacks, study says
There is an urgent need for the UK and allies to give clearer information about how they would respond in self-defence to ‘imminent’ armed attacks, a new study says.
Artificial intelligence systems that are trained to align with human values could be used to develop more popular economic policies, a new study has found.
More than £850,000 from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) will fund University of Exeter research into treatment for people living with bipolar, aimed at developing new talking therapies.
The stunning renovation of one of Teignmouth’s quirkiest seaside features will bring cinematic history alive for all ages.
A new carbon capture project could pave the way for large-scale removal of carbon dioxide (CO₂) from the atmosphere using the ocean.
Teachers and experts join forces for major new research network to support Deaf children’s achievement at school
Teachers, researchers and British Sign Language interpreters have joined forces for a major new research network which will seek to understand why Deaf pupils are more likely to underperform at school.
Swans give up resting time to fight over the best feeding spots, new research shows.
Scientists have identified more than 1,500 genetic differences between migratory and non-migratory hoverflies.
Some juror decisions are influenced by perceptions of the prevalence of crimes which can be incorrect or biased, a new study shows.
Businesses led by women were hit harder by COVID-19 than those led by men, according to a new study.
The vital role of wildflower seeds in pollinating our food, 在7月2日的国家草地日，西南环境与经济繁荣伙伴关系计划(SWEEP).
Americans more likely than those in the UK to feel threatened by China’s development as a world power, survey shows
Americans were more likely than people living in the UK to feel threatened by China’s growth as a world power, a new survey shows.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to more people choosing to become “microworkers”, a new study shows.
Giving Living Wage Town status to Penzance would help improve the local economy and the reputation of the area, new research shows.
New wearable technology will be developed as part of a project to help older women stay active and keep playing sport.
New 3D model will help guide exploration for rare earth element deposits in alkaline igneous systems
Scientists from the University of Exeter and the British Geological Survey (BGS), alongside a team of institutions across Europe, have developed a new 3D geological model designed to guide exploration for rare earth elements (REE), which are critical for development of renewable energy and transport.
Climate change will increase chances of wildfire globally – but humans can still help reduce the risk
New research highlights how the risk of wildfire is rising globally due to climate change – but also, how human actions and policies can play a critical role in regulating regional impacts.
An international group of geneticists and archaeologists have found that the ancestry of dogs can be traced to at least two populations of ancient wolves.
Investing in the environment and thinking more creatively about our reserves of “natural capital” should be at the heart of the government’s levelling up agenda, a new report suggests.
The University of Exeter (UoE) will lead the consortium on a new Defence Data Research Centre (DDRC), which will focus on improving the use of data for Artificial Intelligence applications.
Men who experience behaviour changes including apathy or having false beliefs and perceptions in later life are at risk of faster cognitive decline than women, according to new research.
On 7-9 June, a network of European universities and city authorities came together in Exeter, to discuss how cities and universities can work together to support arts and culture in their local areas.
Two researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School have been recognised as rising stars in diabetes research.
Experts and campaigners working to prevent cruel and inaccurate representation of self-harm have created new resources to encourage better portrayal of those in mental distress.
Exeter researchers will soon be able to redeploy an electronic tag used to monitor migrating oystercatchers, which went missing on Orkney before mysteriously transmitting signals from a campsite, tourist attractions and a pizza restaurant.
A University of Exeter researcher has won the prestigious Lister Prize to support her research into fungal pathogens.
Scientists have made a pivotal new breakthrough in the quest to control light to evolve the next generation of quantum sensing and computing.
A new genetic discovery adds weight to a theory that motor neurone degenerative diseases are caused by abnormal lipid (fat) processing pathways inside brain cells.
New research uses multiple polarisation channels to carry out parallel processing – enhancing computing density by several orders over conventional electronic chips.
A new study busts the long-held economic belief that humans are all motivated to want more and more, which could have important implications for sustainability policies.
The University of Exeter has been awarded more than £1.8 million to enable researchers to unlock the potential value of their work, and kickstart new ways in which to tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time.
The true extent of how successful conservation efforts to protect sea turtle populations along the western coast of Central Africa have been revealed in a new study.
Strength in numbers and experienced individuals are both vital in mongoose warfare, new research shows.
Festivalgoers can learn about climate change, space travel, plant power and much more at Glastonbury's new Science Futures area.
A company borne out of University of Exeter research has raised more than £2 million from existing investors, to take its cell rejuvenation technology to aid healthy ageing to the next stage of development.
A pioneering study has shed new light on how subcellular organelles divide and multiply.
Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to net-zero targets and improve the quality of diets, study shows
Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to net-zero targets, while improving the quality of diets, a major new study shows.
Universities of Exeter and Queensland renew their commitment to working in partnership to find solutions to pressing global challenges
During a recent visit to the University of Exeter, Professor Deborah Terry AO, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Queensland, and Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Exeter, signed an agreement renewing the Universities’ partnership through the QUEX Institute for a further five years, and discussed their shared vision for the future.
The rediscovery of a unique visit by an African prince to Exeter has encouraged a researcher to find links between the city and the Eritrean Ethiopian region.
A new health system review for the United Kingdom (UK) reveals recent developments in financing, governance, organisation and delivery of health care in one of the world’s most comprehensive health systems.
Otters learn skills from each other – but they also solve some mysteries alone, new research shows.
Fish on painkillers, the power of tiny shrimps and late-night snacking by bumblebees are just some of the subjects on offer at this year's Soapbox Science in Exeter.
Scientists have demonstrated how some fast-growing bacteria can resist treatment with antibiotics, according to a study published today in eLife.
Major new international research reveals new evidence about when, where, and how chickens were domesticated
New research transforms our understanding of the circumstances and timing of the domestication of chickens.
Experts from the University of Exeter and National Maritime Museum Cornwall are celebrating their continuing partnership. They are working together to spread the word about the region’s fascinating maritime history.
Social mobility prospects for the current generation of school-aged young people are bleak, warns a major new report published today to mark the 25th anniversary of the Sutton Trust.
A prestigious medal for the UK’s best PhD thesis in biology has been awarded to Dr Timothy Lamont, for his PhD work at the University of Exeter.
Legislation focused on obscenity and indecency will not help to keep children safe online, expert warns
Laws that are premised on the traditional notions of obscenity and indecency will not help to keep children safe online, a leading expert has warned.
A new "Talking Deck" will help shape conversations at an Exeter wellbeing hub.
A stunning new exhibition connecting paintings made by computers with the ancient tradition of glassmaking is part of major new research to document, exhibit and preserve digital art.
Climate change debates on Reddit don't happen in polarised "echo chambers", new research suggests.
More remarkable Hispanic female pioneers in journalism, sport and the arts have been honoured as part of a major historical project.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can track the health of coral reefs by learning the "song of the reef", new research shows.
An iconic coral species found in UK waters could expand its range due to climate change, new research shows.
The raw material for evolution is much more abundant in wild animals than we previously believed, according to new research from the Australian National University (ANU).
New study maps financial ownership of more than $1 trillion of the fossil fuel industry’s projected ‘stranded asset’ losses due to low-carbon transition
Driven by technological, societal and political change, renewable energy technologies are progressively replacing fossil fuels.
DNA molecules called plasmids – some of which protect bacteria from antibiotics – can spread rapidly through bacterial "communities" that are treated with antibiotics, new research shows.
Tackling the climate crisis can only be achieved by "placing people at the heart of climate action", researchers say.
Scientists have used ideas from artificial intelligence to identify patterns of antibiotic resistance around the world.
Newly discovered ancient Amazonian cities reveal how urban landscapes were built without harming nature
Spending $500 for therapy and a small cash payment helped reduce crime and violence by half among some of the most troubled young men in West Africa, a new study has found.
Jackdaws use a "democratic" process to decide when to leave their roosts en masse, new research shows.
Children who spend more time playing adventurously have lower symptoms of anxiety and depression, and were happier over the first Covid-19 lockdown, according to new research.
Coral reef fish breed more successfully if motorboat noise is reduced, new research shows.
Satellites and drones can provide key information to protect pollinators, researchers say.
University of Exeter’s Q-Step centre helping to plug shortages of graduates able to analyse data, evaluation shows
The University of Exeter’s Q-Step centre is helping to tackle the national shortage of graduates with the skills to use data to better understand society, an evaluation shows.
Uncovering hidden cultures in workplaces can help make businesses more inclusive, according to social mobility expert
Companies should introduce ways of uncovering informal hidden cultures to create more inclusive workplaces, a social mobility expert has told parliamentarians.
Scallops are drawn to illuminated fishing pots like moths to a flame, new research shows.
A strategic partnership, designed to help place Cornwall at the forefront of British science and innovation in space, has received a significant boost.
Much of the "excess heat" stored in the subtropical North Atlantic is in the deep ocean (below 700m), new research suggests.
A new online tool helps people to see how closely their views match with policies of political parties around the UK.
A pioneering new research facility, designed to solve some of the most pressing global environmental challenges of our time, has received a near £1 million funding boost to achieve “Net Zero” status.
Members of minority groups can boost collective action by seeking the ideas and perspectives of fellow group members, new research shows.
Conservation of sea turtles along Africa's east coast has made good progress – but tens of thousands still die each year due to human activity, researchers say.
The University of Exeter’s commitment to producing world-leading research has been recognised by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021
Global experts in delivering medical training for people working in remote environments have galvanised more than £645,000 worth of life-saving medical supplies to the frontline of the Ukrainian war zone.
A trial of underwater sound devices called pingers reduced the number of dolphins caught in fishing nets – but did not deter humpback whales.
The first detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions shows changes in boatbuilding techniques but the continuing use of wooden vessels by fishers.
A research ship is taking seabed samples from the North Sea and North Atlantic to find out what the oceans were like before major changes caused by humans.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to transform how science and engineering is conducted and funded in Canada, bringing both tremendous opportunities and risks, according to a new expert panel report from the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA).
A leading University of Exeter climate scientist has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Moving away from a “one-size fits all” care regime has the potential to transform care for people with type 2 diabetes, a University of Dundee study has shown.
Major new study will investigate impact of innovative orchestra performances which use dance, drama and film
A major new study will analyse the impact of ‘theatrical’ performances by British orchestras, which use dance, acting and film, and are attracting new audiences.
Historic graffiti of ships carved in an African fort were drawn by soldiers on guard duty watching the sea, University of Exeter experts believe.
Efforts to take fake news and misinformation in Africa must take account of the continent’s unique “pavement media”, study shows
The spread of fake news through “pavement media” in Africa means the continent needs unique techniques to tackle the spread of misinformation, a new study says.
An international team of experts are establishing a major new archive of Kurdistan’s culture, history and politics.
Projects exploring the circular economy in building construction, net zero transport systems, and antibiotic-resistance genes are among seven research communities awarded £125,000 in GW4 Alliance funding.
Parks and green spaces provide around £25.6 billion of ‘welfare value’ to the health and wellbeing of adults in England and Wales each year, according to a ground-breaking new tool that calculates the economic value of outdoor recreational spaces.
Pandemic left hospitality workers more vulnerable to conflict from customers and less able to challenge managers over safety due to financial insecurity, study shows
Hospitality workers felt less able to challenge and negotiate bad practice or unsafe working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, a new study shows.
A natural habitat's ability to withstand and recover from damage can be empirically monitored from space.
Experiencing loneliness appears to lead to a higher risk of future unemployment, according to new research.
The origin of complex cells started without oxygen, new research suggests.
A team of international scientists have performed difficult machine learning computations using a nano-scale device, named an “optomemristor”.
The Global Carbon Project has published its full analysis for 2021, reinforcing the need for rapid emissions cuts.
Wildlife watchers generally welcome species that have arrived in the UK due to climate change, new research suggests.
The quest to solve some of the most crucial mysteries surrounding the atmospheres of planets far outsider the solar system has taken a significant step forward
Protected areas such as national parks have a "mixed impact" on wildlife, according to the largest ever global study of their effects.
A new study led by Imperial College London, working with the University of Exeter, finds that drug-resistant mould is spreading from the environment and infecting susceptible people’s lungs.
A pioneering new research project, designed to unlock the true potential of sustainable shrimp production in the UK using renewable energy technology, has received a multi-million pound funding boost.
A new AI tool is set to improve the efficiency of surveying sewerage systems and has the potential to benefit the entire water industry.
Blockchain technology will soon be able to be applied within items produced by 3D printers thanks to pioneering work by experts.
Fertility support for people with variations in sex characteristics overlooked by medics, report shows
An over-medicalised approach to support for adults with variations in sex characteristics means their emotional and psychological needs are being overlooked, a new report shows.
Protected areas such as national parks have a "mixed impact" on wildlife, according to the largest ever global study of their effects.
A biotech company which aims to harness University of Exeter research to develop new therapeutics to stop the progression of degenerative diseases has received new seed financing.
Sounds made by humpback whales – including a previously unknown call – have given researchers a glimpse of their lives in the high seas.
Experts develop new ways of visualising ancient small objects by combining technologies from archaeological research, computer graphics and video game development
Experts have developed new ways of visually representing ancient objects such as stone tools and fossils developing technologies currently only used in video games and computer graphics.
New research calls to scrap the smoking prevention/cessation binary when addressing the issue of tobacco use among young adults
A complex array of smoking behaviours and identities among young adults explains why public health initiatives around smoking prevention and cessation are not working for this age group, according to latest research led by Dr Ria Poole at the University of Exeter.
The close bond between two of Spain’s finest female writers will be brought to live in a major new London stage show.
Blockchain has the potential to redefine politics and support new electoral law, an expert has said.
Children differ dramatically from adults in their moral views on animals, new research shows.
Seawater samples taken from a surfboard have helped scientists understand microscopic life in the waves, new research shows.
A new breed of honey bees provides a major advance in the global fight against the parasitic Varroa mite, new research shows.
Subjects from across all disciplines at the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the very best in the world, according to the latest influential global league table.
A senior Exeter academic has warned that the government will fail to meet its ambitious tree planting targets without “major and rapid changes” to how the scheme is financed and run.
People react more positively to new technologies when hearing spoken descriptions of them than when the identical information is written down, a new study finds.
University of Exeter researchers have commented on the new report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
A five-year, £3.7m research project involving scientists from the UK and across Europe will assess the risk that climate change poses to peatlands, and improve methods of managing these important ecosystems.
A network of West African Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) covers key sites used by green turtles, new research shows.
New research highlights “significant gap” in evidence about effectiveness of relationship education programmes
Educators should have not have ‘high’ confidence in the quality of existing relationship education programmes because there is a lack of robust evaluation, experts have warned.
The University of Exeter is part of a pivotal new partnership that will help decarbonise the electricity system in Great Britain and accelerate progress towards Net Zero.
Recent reforms are not enough to tackle kleptocracy, new report examining complex web of Kazakhstan property ownership says
Experts have criticised inadequate legislation, failures by the National Crime Agency, and “flawed” legal judgements which led to the dismissal of a high-profile case against the relatives of Kazakhstan’s autocratic first president.
Does living a simpler life mean a happier and healthier life? New TV series co-designed by GW4 experts aims to find out
Could living a simpler life with no modern comforts, cut off from the modern world be better for us?
Radical new Urdu female writers using poetry to call for changes to gender roles in Pakistan, major new study shows
Radical new female writers and performers are transforming Urdu from being a “genteel” language and using their work to call for changes to gender roles in Pakistan, a major new study shows.
Coral reefs in remote or protected areas can recover quickly after mass coral bleaching events, new research shows.
Migration across South America led to intensive farming methods spreading across the region, study shows
Human migration from South America back into Mesoamerica thousands of years ago led to the spread of intensive farming methods across the region, according to a new study.
An internationally renowned diabetes research nurse has been awarded a prestigious Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Scholarship.
People in the South West of England can help researchers tackle plastic pollution locally – and thousands of miles away – by completing a short survey.
The ancestors of many animal species alive today may have lived in a delta in what is now China, new research suggests.
The sounds of nature could help us recover from mental fatigue
People can switch seamlessly between different social identities, new research shows.
Hundreds of experts sign declaration denouncing religious ideology driving Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine
Hundreds of experts have signed a declaration renouncing the religious ideology driving Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
A new hub that aims to present best evidence available on promoting good health will help inform new policy across the world.
The NHS and its suppliers have been urged to systemically adopt circular economy practices to stand any chance of meeting the government’s commitment to achieve a net zero NHS by 2040.
Positive results from a major study into the effectiveness of a community-based group exercise programme designed for people aged 65 and over with mobility limitations.
Progress on gender equality in the medical profession could be hampered by male doctors who overestimate female representation, researchers say.
Repeal of the Human Rights Act would 'wind the constitutional clock back to the 1990s', experts warn
The proposed repeal of the Human Rights Act would “wind the constitutional clock back to the 1990s” and is “particularly unwise” now because of the actions of Russia in Ukraine, experts have warned.
Help needed for major new study on labour shortages and skills crisis in the farming and horticultural industry
A major new study will shed light on the labour and skills shortages responsible for the staffing crisis in the farming and horticultural industry.
Researchers and a shoe manufacturer have joined forces to create shoes to help older women stay active and keep playing sport.
The different "languages" used by viruses will be investigated by a new research project at the University of Exeter.
Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique that harnesses the cutting-edge capabilities of AI to model and map the natural environment in intricate detail.
Events to mark the coronavirus pandemic should not be led by the Government, and must not depersonalise loss, a new report argues.
Scientists have developed a new toolkit for the discovery of mineral deposits crucial to our transition to a ‘green economy’.
A tiny rodent trims tall grasses so it can watch the skies for flying predators, new research shows.
The public sector can strengthen local supply chains and help local producers access them.
Green turtle numbers continue to rise on a group of islands where the species has now been protected for more than 50 years, new research shows.
New research shows that Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) can help promote self-kindness in people with a history of depression.
Global business leader and philanthropist Lady Mireille Gillings, PhD, will officially open the cutting-edge new imaging centre which bears her name on International Women’s Day (March 8).
Laws governing weddings are outdated and too restrictive in contemporary society, new research shows
Current laws governing weddings are too outdated and restrictive and do not reflect the diversity of faith and beliefs in modern society, a new report from experts at the Universities of Warwick and Exeter highlights.
The Amazon rainforest is becoming less resilient – raising the risk of widespread dieback, new research shows.
Global weather fluctuations called El Niño events are likely to become more frequent by 2040, a new study shows.
Differentiated integration can foster fairer cooperation between EU nations but should be subject to constraints
Allowing European nations to integrate into the EU in flexible ways can foster fairer cooperation – but it should be subject to certain constraints, a new study argues.
The University of Exeter and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) have signed an agreement to jointly investigate climate change tipping points.
Female chimpanzees are less likely than males to go near villages and farmland used by humans, new research shows.
Major new study will show how widening inequalities in education and employment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will impact children’s life prospects
A major new study will show how widening inequalities in education and employment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will impact children’s life prospects.
The deterioration in people’s mental health linked to Covid-19 is showing no sign of returning to pre-pandemic levels, a new study finds.
New research from the University of Exeter reports largest ever whole-genome sequencing project for the potentially fatal yeast infection Candida glabrata from hospitals across Scotland
Experts are marking the centenary of a key South West political battle which proved crucial for Liberalism to survive in Cornwall.
Labelling of plastic products needs a drastic overhaul including a new "sustainability scale" to help consumers, researchers say.
A new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) highlights the need stop carbon emissions and adapt to "unavoidable risks", according to one of its Lead Authors.
Scientists have developed a new way to identify and reduce the impact of chemicals and diseases in global aquaculture (fish farming).
Cornwall’s unique heritage and identity will be celebrated at a special St Piran’s Day event which marks innovation in the county.
A new documentary by a University of Exeter expert celebrates the unique Cornish Red River – a powerful symbol of the county’s identity.
Over two thirds of UK social scientists warn their academic freedom is under threat, new study shows
Plastic pollution is universally accepted as having dire effects on the world’s marine life and ecosystems, in addition to presenting risks to human health including through the leaching of chemical additives and consumption of microplastics contained in seafood
A colourful cast of characters living through Exeter’s most dramatic moments are bringing the city’s history to life thanks to new research.
Scientists have explored the nightside hemisphere of an enormous planet, far outside our solar system for the first time – revealing metal clouds and rain made of liquid gems.
University of Exeter Professor Celia Morgan has been named as one of the 16 most influential women shaping the future of psychedelics, by global news publication Insider.
Encouraging zoo visitors to focus on sounds as much as sights can help them feel a sense of connection with the lives of animals, a study indicates.
Men and women in same-sex couples are more likely to commute by public transport and less likely to drive to work than those in different-sex couples, according to a new study.
A new report has highlighted where more research is needed into the negative effects of loneliness on the UK’s population.
Two University of Exeter researchers have won a prestigious award, to help fund work to improve the accuracy of genetic testing in epilepsy.
Families of fish tend to share similar reactions to stressful situations, new research shows.
Climate change threatens to destroy invaluable heritage sites and traditions in marginalised countries – but empowering local people is key to adaptation, according to a new study.
Researchers at the University of Exeter have received £10 million to investigate and tackle biodiversity loss in the UK through partnerships and community action.
Important heritage sites on the African coast classed as having “outstanding and universal value” are threatened by flooding and erosion because of the climate emergency, a new study warns.
Two new research programmes are helping find new ways to support people with dementia who experience problems with sleep.
Patients made to wait longer than five hours at A&E face an increased risk of death within 30 days, a new study shows.
Three University of Exeter researchers have been awarded prestigious Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Discovery Fellowships.
A new installation inspired by butterflies showcases LGBTQ+ responses to objects at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery.
Gabon's network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) provides a blueprint that could be used in many other countries, experts say.
The Breakthrough Agenda agreed at COP26 could help trigger positive tipping points to tackle the climate crisis, researchers say.
New research discovered that the fungus Rhizopus fights back against soil predators and human immune cells by partnering with a bacteria called Ralstonia in a two way partnership.
Monkeys that survived a major hurricane show signs of "accelerated ageing", according to new research.
“Sunset clauses” should be introduced into relevant legislation to limit the use of coronavirus certificates to just the current pandemic and not beyond, a study warns.
University of Exeter scientists have discovered new information about the tiny propellers used by single-cell organisms called archaea.
As the COVID-19 global epidemic persists, misinformation continues to circulate widely. Journalists and public health officials continue to struggle to debunk these false and misleading claims.
构成“第四次工业革命”一部分的技术可以改善一个占全球碳排放约11%的行业的经济和环境可持续性, a new study shows.
A major new study has explored the dramatic criminal trials of authors accused of subversion in 17th century France.
A Scouse musician who has dementia has written an uplifting song to help support others living with the condition, as part of a major research project.
UK councils are being urged to sign a "motion for the ocean" – pledging to engage with citizens to promote ocean recovery.
An innovative clinical trial will investigate how drinking beetroot juice impacts brain function in older adults, via the bacteria that live in our mouths.
The UK’s journey to net zero by 2050 is set to be bolstered by the social sciences, thanks to a major new investment from ESRC.
Experts warn of the increasing overmedicalisation of death, call for radical rethink of how society cares for dying people
Health and social systems around the world are failing to give appropriate, compassionate care to people who are dying and their families.
New research published in Wellbeing, Space and Society, highlights the increased mental health risks of fuel poverty, for people living in social housing.
GW4’s return on research investment is at its highest level to date, highlighting the value in community building and networking funding.
There should be greater investment in using a wider group of experts to make decisions about how the landscape is managed if the UK is to reach climate targets such as net zero, a new report warns.
Last week a turf cutting ceremony took place to mark the beginning of construction of a pioneering new facility for the Centre for Resilience in Environment, Water and Waste (CREWW), a partnership between the University of Exeter and South West Water.
Zoos and aquariums could improve the lives of a wider range of their animals, new research suggests.
People with dementia who see the same GP each time have lower rates of health complications and fewer emergency hospital admissions, according to a new study.
Geneticists from the University of Exeter and Brunel University London have revealed why some people with obesity remain relatively healthy, whilst others suffer from life-changing ailments such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
The University of Exeter has been ranked as the 46th most international university in the world, based on data from the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
A new research programme aims to define the vital first step in how human immune systems recognise fungal invaders.
The English Channel prevents many rockpool species "making the jump" from Europe to the UK, new research shows.
Steroid oestrogens play an important role as embryos develop a sense of smell, new research shows.
Bluefin tuna have been tagged with state-of-the-art acoustic tracking tags for the first time in UK waters.
Investors react more negatively to transactions between firms in different countries if there is evidence of weak political affinity, a new study suggests.
Trust in the UK Government, social norms, and privacy concern associated with uptake of NHS Covid-19 app, study shows
Uptake and continued use of the NHS Covid-19 app last year depended on people’s trust in the UK Government, their concern about privacy, and crucially whether other people in their social networks endorse it, a new study shows.
Global warming of 4°C by 2100 still cannot be ruled out, according to experts whose work informed a new UK government report.
US early Cold War hostility towards Chinese Communist Party due to the influence of Truman’s nationalist beliefs, new research argues
US hostility towards the Chinese Communist Party in the early years of the Cold War stemmed from the influence of President Truman’s nationalist beliefs, a new study argues.
Talent in rural areas of Cornwall “wasted” because of poor public transport and lack of internet access, study warns
The skills of talented people in living in rural Cornwall are being wasted because of poor public transport and lack of internet access, a new study warns.
A research paper involving the University of Exeter has been awarded the prestigious Dhole-Eddlestone Memorial Prize 2022.
One in 10 people may have clinically relevant levels of potentially infectious SARS-CoV-2 past the 10 day quarantine period, according to new research.
A major new project will investigate how bacterial defences influence the spread of segments of DNA called mobile genetic elements (MGEs) between bacteria.
A new project will provide transgender people with evidence-based information on what to expect when undergoing gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT).
A pioneering study has revealed how cellular compartments (organelles) are able to control how much they interact and cooperate.
The quest to discover how some people can compare or “match” the intricate details of faces, fingerprints and even firearms only by sight has taken a new, exciting twist.
From telegrams to Twitter – archives of letters sent to party leaders will uncover impact of political correspondence
Whether being treated like celebrities with thousands of adoring fans or being demonised by online ‘trolls’ today’s politicians receive a never-ending barrage of public communication.
Rising temperatures are causing a "growing diversity" of Vibrio bacteria in the sea around the UK, new research shows.
Medieval warhorses are often depicted as massive and powerful beasts, but in reality many were no more than pony-sized by modern standards, a new study shows.
Vaccine hesitancy could be reduced by providing health information in a foreign language, a new study finds.
People with severe alcohol disorder were able to stay off alcohol for longer when they were treated with low doses of ketamine combined with psychological therapy in a clinical trial.
At 83, Gill Cree thought her acting days were behind her, yet she is now part of a cast who will involve audiences in an innovative play designed to share understanding of the experience of living with dementia.
Pheasants' heads cool rapidly as they prepare to fight – then heat up afterwards, new research shows.
The University of Exeter has received a £1.8 million research grant for a collaboration with the National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center for Metamaterials (CfM)
People affected by Parkinson’s disease are being invited to take part in a series of cutting-edge trials enabled by nearly £6 million in funding to the University of Exeter.
Countries where people have more trust in each other have been more successful in bringing down waves of coronavirus cases and deaths, a new study shows.
Parents are more likely to take action against climate change if observed by their children, a study reveals.
Reducing frailty in older adults could be an effective strategy to prevent dementia, according to a largescale new study.
Skateboarding helps middle-aged people navigate depression and bond with their children, study shows
Skateboarding helps middle-aged people navigate depression and bond with their children, study shows
Male elephants are more aggressive when fewer older males are present, new research suggests.
Ketamine therapy has a swift short-term effect on reducing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts, according to a review of all the available evidence.
New research has moved a step closer to harnessing viruses to fight bacterial infection, reducing the threat of antibiotic resistance.
Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique to barcode individual cells more accurately and efficiently - which could help pave the way for quicker disease diagnosis.
New research has taken an important step towards the goal for a treatment for the common diabetes complication hypoglycaemia, or low blood sugar.
Dietary shifts towards eating more meat causes 75,000 premature deaths a year in China through air pollution, a study shows.
Pressure from schools and families to live up to society’s expectations of the “ideal” girl and be “good” causes mental health issues in teenage girls, a study shows.
Artificial intelligence can predict which people who attend memory clinics will develop dementia within two years with 92 per cent accuracy, a largescale new study has concluded.
Scientists have unravelled a fascinating new insight into how the landscape of the dwarf-planet Pluto has formed.
Researchers have developed a new way of reinforcing "fair and robust" online exams, a study reports.
The first degree apprentices have graduated from the University of Exeter.
New repair cafes where people can mend and modify clothing and creating “20 minute neighbourhoods” would help to revitalise Cornish high streets, a new report says.
A global expert in extreme medicine has been awarded an honorary degree.
Pioneering analysis of ancient food remains will show impact of migration on diet in the Roman Empire
Analysis of ancient food remains will be used to examine the impact of migration on diet during the Roman Empire as part of pioneering new research.
Scientists have developed a new form of endoscope, just a hair’s width in diameter, that could transform 3D imaging for a wide range of applications from industrial inspection to environmental monitoring, and eventually make medical imaging less uncomfortable for patients.
Coronavirus pandemic could serve as a catalyst to build better digital identity systems, study argues
The coronavirus pandemic could act as a catalyst for a qualitative leap forward in the field of digital identity, a study argues.
The University of Exeter has helped secure more than £3 million in funding to lead pioneering new research into sustainable mineral production in the Philippines.
The quest to deliver ultra-fast and energy efficient magnetic recording could be a step closer to fruition, due to pioneering new research on all-optical switching of magnetization.
A survey published today by NHS Digital found one in six children in England had a probable mental disorder in 2021 – a similar rate to 2020 but an increase from one in nine in 2017.
Elite individuals from post-Soviet states are laundering their wealth and reputations in the UK, knowingly and willingly supported by a network of British professions, new research claims.
“Vast increase” in resources and teacher training needed for Cornish language to be taught in schools, research shows
Offering Cornish lessons in secondary schools will only be possible if there is a “vast increase” in resources and teacher training, research shows.
The largest study of care homes in the UK has found that a co-ordinated approach to fall prevention in care homes is effective in significantly reducing the number of times residents fall.
Ensuring healthcare workers better understand the psychological, social and physical impacts of shame on HIV patients will help improve their medical treatment, a study argues.
A new exhibit in Copenhagen explores what happens when museum objects are allowed to change and decay.
Scientists have made a pivotal breakthrough in the quest to ease the global sustainable food crisis through pioneering stem cell research.
The pivotal role that Environmental Intelligence will play in delivering the UK’s ‘net zero’ ambitions will be showcased in a high-profile special event, later this month.
Bumblebees waste no time enjoying the beauty of flowers – instead learning the bare minimum about where to land and find food, new research shows.
Whoops, croaks, growls, raspberries and foghorns are among the sounds that demonstrate the success of a coral reef restoration project.
Collaborative research project receives funding to help improve remote care for an ageing population
Reseachers have been awarded £148,000 by the NIHR to develop remote assessments and care for older people living with frailty.
Act now to ensure animal welfare is at the heart of plans to introduce genome editing into farmed animal breeding, says independent ethics body
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics, is calling on the Government to put animal welfare at the heart of plans to approve new breeding technologies in farming and food production, in a new report ‘Genome editing and farmed animal breeding: social and ethical issues’, published today.
One of the University of Exeter’s rising research stars has received a prestigious award from the Institute of Physics.
Professor Frank Vollmer, from the University of Exeter, has been awarded the prestigious Rosalind Franklin Medal by the Institute of Physics.
More rain than snow will fall in the Arctic – and this transition will occur decades earlier than previously predicted, a new study reports.
Whales in New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf consume about three million microplastics per day, a new study has found.
The experience of thousands of people affected by dementia has fed into a new resource which aims to be a comprehensive guide to supporting people to live as well as possible with the condition.
Sooty terns’ wide-ranging migration patterns present big challenges for conservationists working to understand and address a sharp population decline, according to scientists.
Digital volunteers set to make big impact for the University of Exeter thanks to National Lottery funding
The University of Exeter has been awarded £63,246 of National Lottery funding to launch a digital volunteering initiative and break down barriers to heritage.
Wildlife trading on social media is a complex issue – but tech firms can take steps to tackle it, according to new research.
The University of Exeter’s long-term commitment to nurturing and developing the career development of its researchers has been recognised through a prestigious international award.
A programme to protect the Caribbean spiny lobster is being launched thanks to a $50,000 donation from the Disney Conservation Fund.
Talented students from low-to-middle-income countries will study at the University of Exeter thanks to new Green Futures Scholarships.
“Powerful” arguments by University of Exeter experts have helped to ensure the Post Office Inquiry will consider the “human actions” which led to workers being falsely accused of theft, fraud and false accounting.
Poor sleep in the over 50s is linked to more negative perceptions of ageing, which in turn can impact physical, mental and cognitive health, new research has revealed.
Clearer and more accessible local information needed on how councils are addressing the climate emergency, research by University of Exeter students shows
Local authorities need to produce clearer and more accessible information on how they are addressing the climate emergency, research by University of Exeter students shows.
A data science expert from the University of Exeter has secured a prestigious new Fellowship, designed to help shape Government policy.
Earthquakes and extreme rainfall can lead to a six-fold increase in the rates of rainfall-triggered landslides occurring during Nepal’s monsoon season, according to new research.
A University of Exeter expert is backing a Crowdfunder appeal to conserve and display a range of Thomas Hardy objects, many of which have never before been on public display.
£2 million from the US government will fund ground-breaking research to find new treatments for a rare childhood condition.
Global warming will cause the world's soil to release carbon, new research shows.
Long hours, working alone and a feeling of being undervalued and disconnected from the wider public are among the key factors which cause loneliness within the farming community, a major new study shows.
A newly-signed agreement between the University of Exeter, Devon Partnership NHS Trust and Awakn Life Sciences lays down the foundations for assessing NHS readiness for ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.
Physicists from Exeter and Zaragoza have created a theory describing how non-reciprocity can be induced at the quantum level, paving the way for non-reciprocal transport in the next generation of nanotechnology
New research has shed light on the complexity of gene expression in the brain by characterizing the extent of isoform diversity in the cortex.
Twenty-two University of Exeter academics have been named on an annual list of highly cited researchers.
The prediction of high-impact climate phenomena can be substantially improved by a new mathematical approach that analyses the connectivity and patterns between geographical locations, scientists say in a new publication.
Hospitality workers speak of “moral burden” of their job on new podcast exploring struggles of pandemic working
Hospitality workers discuss the “moral burden” of their job during the pandemic on a new podcast which explores the struggles of those who worked in restaurants, pubs and fast food outlets during the health crisis.
People can join an interactive ramble across Exeter this weekend to explore the city’s fascinating literary history and connections.
Soldiers expressed their personality and emotions in bureaucratic battlefield World War One diaries, analysis shows
Soldiers were able to express their personality and emotions in bureaucratic World War One battlefield diaries, analysis shows.
Tech-based health and exercise programmes less beneficial for users with low socio-economic status, study shows
Technology-based health and exercise programmes and apps, designed to offer a convenient and accessible way to boost physical activity, are dramatically less beneficial for users with low socio-economic status, a study has shown.
A simple tool to help organisations use the latest evidence to adapt to climate change in ways that benefit human health has been highly commended in the international Climate Challenge Cup
Major new study to map South West’s food supply aims to improve opportunities for producers, processors and procurers
A major new project to map the South West’s food supply chains will identify opportunities to improve the system for people, place and planet.
Physiotherapy can reduce the debilitating arm and shoulder disability and pain that some women experience after breast cancer surgery, research shows.
On the penultimate day of COP26, scientists have deployed plastic pollution tracking devices into the ocean around Scotland.
BBC propaganda broadcasts for Nazi Germany were designed to create outrage and revolutionary energy amongst women
The BBC broadcast propaganda, news and entertainment programmes into Nazi Germany designed to create fear and outrage and stir up revolutionary energy amongst women, a major new study shows.
Thousands of wounded World War One soldiers sent to see films as rehabilitation after returning from conflict, study shows
Cinemagoing was used as rehabilitation for thousands of soldiers returning from World War One, a new book shows.
Whole genome sequencing improves diagnosis of rare diseases and shortens diagnostic journeys for patients
A world-first scientific studyhas shown that whole genome sequencing (WGS) can uncover new diagnoses for people with rare diseases and benefit the NHS.
Experts urge Post Office inquiry to examine 'human actions' which led to workers falsely accused of theft, fraud and false accounting
The inquiry into the Post Office scandal must examine the “human actions” which led to workers being falsely accused of theft, fraud and false accounting, experts have said.
Technology, legal and creative experts will join forces to discuss the opportunities and challenges of regulating AI and deepfakes.
Government action needed to ensure insurance against major hacking of driverless vehicles, experts warn
Government action is needed so driverless vehicles can be insured against malicious hacks which could have potentially catastrophic consequences, a study says.
A new study has revealed the optimum time for going to sleep to avoid developing heart disease.
Transforming a run-down waterside park in Plymouth into a high-quality open air theatre and play area has led to higher wellbeing and life satisfaction.
An exciting new 3D photography exhibition will showcase the research and people behind Exeter’s antimicrobial resistance research.
Heartfelt tributes are being paid to a pioneering University of Exeter engineer who co-created an implant that has revolutionised hip replacements for millions.
Research reveals new clues for the shared origins of irritable bowel syndrome and mental health disorders
Research finds Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) has revealed that IBS symptoms may be caused by the same biological processes as conditions such as anxiety.
As the world keenly watches for progress at the UN climate conference, the foremost scientific authority on climate change has emphasised the critical importance of communicating science effectively.
Convex Group Limited (Convex) today announces a multi-million-dollar partnership with the Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE), a charity dedicated to restoring the ocean to health, and the University of Exeter and its foremost researchers, with the launch ofthe Convex Blue Carbon Seascape Survey.
Climate risks and adaptation will be discussed by a panel of experts at COP26 in Glasgow.
Lack of joined-up support from education and health is harming outcomes for young people with ADHD, a new paper warns
Lack of communication between child and adult clinicians and between clinicians and those in education can lead to educational underperformance and unmet health needs for young people with ADHD, a new paper warns.
There is an urgent need for EU and NATO members to be better prepared against threats in the legal domain, a new study warns.
As governments face the challenge of delivering on their net-zero by 2050 commitments, a new OECD report says they must focus in parallel on reducing and managing the inevitable risk of further losses and damages from climate change.
Global carbon emissions in 2021 are set to rebound close to pre-Covid levels, according to the Global Carbon Project.
Remarkable artwork depicting famine in Britain and India will help people reflect on modern day food insecurity and climate crisis
Remarkable new artwork depicting famine in Britain and India will be on show for the first time to allow communities to reflect on today’s food and environmental crisis.
Tidal stream power can aid drive for net-zero and generate 11% of UK’s electricity demand, study shows
Tidal stream power has the potential to deliver 11% of the UK’s current annual electricity and play a significant role in the government’s drive for net-zero, according to new research.
Different countries face different risks and opportunities as the world switches from fossil fuels to renewable energy, researchers say.
Cromwell struggled to control closure of the monasteries as his government lost its grip during dissolution, new book shows
Thomas Cromwell struggled to keep control of the closure of the monasteries and his government lost its grip during dissolution, a new book shows.
Two in five Pilgrims who visit Lourdes report having a transcendent experience, researchers have found.
All aspects of people’s lives are now bound to a “seemingly unlimited supply of cheap and readily disposable” petrochemicals, a new essay argues.
The mystery of horse domestication decoded at last - success of modern horses due to genetic changes which led to more docile behaviour and an improved back
Modern horses owe most of their success to genetic changes which led to more docile behaviour and an improved back, a new study shows.
A simple tool to help organisations use the latest evidence to adapt to climate change in ways that benefit human health has been shortlisted for the international Climate Challenge Cup.
Portrayals of same-sex couples in Strictly Come Dancing and Dancing on Ice as “bromances” is a missed opportunity to challenge assumptions, study argues
Same-sex dancing partnerships on reality TV shows have downplayed sexual and romantic intimacy on the dancefloor in favour of portrayals of “bromances”, a study argues.
Despite the farming community facing significant mental and physical health challenges, more than 50 per cent remain optimistic about the future of their farm businesses
RABI’s Big Farming Survey results have revealed that despite the farming community facing significant mental and physical health challenges, more than 50% remain optimistic about the future of their farm businesses.
A new report involving an Exeter expert shows how action to mitigate climate chance could promote human health.
University of Exeter have won the 2020 Research Paper of the Year for Clinical Research, awarded by the Royal College of General Practitioners, for their paper on detecting cancers in primary care.
The University of Exeter has signed a landmark Civic University Agreement with city partners – the first in the South-West – to improve opportunity, prosperity, wellbeing and the environment for local communities.
Tree DNA has revealed how African rainforests responded to past climate change including ice ages, new research shows.
As antibiotics increasingly develop resistance, scientists have moved a step closer to harnessing viruses as an alternative form of therapy.
Leprosy has been found in wild chimpanzees for the first time, a new study reveals.
Rewilding efforts in England are “domesticated” and of a smaller scale compared to efforts in other nations, study argues
A unique “domesticated” form of English rewilding is now emerging, which is distinct from activities in other parts of the world where there are lower levels of human intervention, a new study argues.
Denial of climate science emerged simultaneously with key scientific discoveries about humanity's impact on our planet, according to a new book.
Oppenheimer Generations Research and Conservation partner with University of Exeter in £2.3 million programme to support environmental leadership in Africa
The Devon Climate Assembly has developed and voted in support of a range of measures that if implemented would significantly cut carbon emissions across the county.
People can explore epic Star Wars battles in an innovative new way through an entertaining book which gives fresh insights on the famous films, animation, books, and comics
University of Exeter expert advises on Imperial War Museums’ ground-breaking new Second World War and Holocaust exhibition
A University of Exeter expert has helped to develop the Imperial War Museums’ ground-breaking new Second World War exhibition.
The crucial benefits of vital moorland restoration works; enhancing carbon storage, improving water storage and providing good quality water, have been revealed through a pioneering collaborative research project.
The full magnitude of the impact of smoke from seasonal fires in Central Africa is underestimated by some climate models over the South-East Atlantic, new research has shown.
Report calls for urgent action to address alarming lack of diversity in climate change decision making less than a month before COP26 begins
A new report has revealed extremely low levels of ethnically diverse and equal gender representation in the debate around tackling climate change in Bristol.
With World Mental Health Day on 10 October, researchers at University of Exeter are calling for participants to take part in two studies investigating whether outdoor experiences can help people with schizophrenia or psychosis.
Healthcare professionals will be trained to deliver an award-winning programme, led by the University of Exeter, which supports people with heart failure to undergo cardiac rehabilitation in their own homes, thanks to funding from NHS England.
Large scale, hand-drawn animations of unpaid carers will be projected onto buildings in London and Exeter this month
Professor Ruth Allen has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering - the highest honour available for a UK engineer, it has been announced.
Ancient Greek understanding of how people think will be available at the COP26 conference to help organisations make better decisions to tackle the global climate emergency.
Police staff who have to analyse and categorise images of child sexual abuse cope with the trauma associated with their work by developing informal ways to support each other, research shows.
University of Exeter puts climate emergency, healthcare and social justice at heart of new ten year strategy
The University of Exeter has today launched a new ten year strategy setting out how it will use the power of its education, research and partnerships to address the major challenges of our time – climate change, healthcare provision and social justice.
Aspiring astronomers and budding young space enthusiasts are set to be given a unique opportunity to hunt for distant planets far outside our solar system, thanks to a cutting-edge, interactive new online game.
Almost one-in-three people globally will still be mainly using polluting cooking fuels in 2030, research shows
Almost one-in-three people around the world will still be mainly using polluting cooking fuels and technologies– a major source of disease and environmental destruction and devastation – in 2030, new research warned.
Patients with “red flag” cancer symptoms not referred for urgent investigation in 6 out of ten cases
Six out of ten patients who show common “alarm” symptoms for cancer are not referred for urgent investigation, a largescale new study has revealed.
Experts from the Joint Centre for Excellence in Environmental Intelligence (JCEEI) will play an integral role in a pioneering new partnership, designed to boost the UK’s infrastructure resilience to extreme climate and weather events.
A Renewable Energy Expert from the University of Exeter has received a prestigious national fellowship to pioneer new research to create ultra-compact and lightweight solar panel technology.
Domestic cats that regularly catch wild animals still get most of their nutrition from food provided at home, new research shows.
An innovative trial which invited people to take three drugs in turn, then choose their preferred option, has generated insights into which type 2 diabetes drug is best to prescribe to individuals.
Hospitals in Cornwall committed to cutting plastic use – but ‘closing the loop’ essential, say researchers
Cornwall's hospitals are redoubling their efforts to use less single-use plastics despite the huge demand for PPE during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new £2.5 million research programme led by the University of Exeter will find new ways to help people recover from delirium after hospital stays, which could stop dementia symptoms getting worse.
The cruise ship industry should be subject to global monitoring and effective legislation because of its continuous increasing impact on both the environment and human health and wellbeing, according to new research.
Middle class parents of school-age children are more likely than working class parents to ask teachers for information regarding their children’s education (61 per cent versus 46 per cent).
The University of Exeter is ranked 13th on a global list of experts in "climatic processes".
A University of Exeter Business School academic has been instrumental in a government review into how we value the environment of tomorrow in evaluating investment decisions made today.
The number of people diagnosed with autism has jumped by 787 per cent in the past two decades, a new study shows, likely an effect of increasing recognition.
Researchers are developing artificial intelligence that could assess climate change tipping points.
Ecosystems provide multiple services for humans. However, these services depend on basic ecosystem functions which are shaped by natural conditions like climate and species composition, and human interventions.
Researchers have demonstrated how a detailed ‘cradle to grave’ evaluation at the outset of new metal mining explorations can greatly mitigate against negative environmental impacts.
A new study from the Kalahari Desert finds that teamwork allows birds to cope with brutally unpredictable environments.
One of the University of Exeter’s rising research stars has been awarded a prestigious Engineering Research Fellowship, it has been announced.
Hoverflies use a combination of the sun and their body clock to navigate when they fly south for the winter, new research shows.
Digital evidence at risk of being missed because of fragmented police training and coordination, study warns
There is a risk of crucial digital evidence being missed or misinterpreted because of a shortage of adequate skills and knowledge in police forces, a new study warns.
University of Exeter experts are now able to carry out more of their research on campus after new secure facilities were introduced to allow them to access confidential data in the city.
Three projects that aim to improve different aspects of primary care in the UK will be funded as part of the University of Exeter’s recent membership in a national research collaboration.
People are invited to help develop a powerful new play about the history of LGBTQIA+ exclusion due to be performed in Exeter.
A new approach to treating people with dementia who endure hip fractures will be laid out at a special symposium on World Alzheimer’s Day.
More effective partnerships between medics and dance professionals needed to discover the benefits of dance to health, report finds
More effective partnerships involving medical and care staff, alongside professionals from the dance sector, are needed for experts to better understand how dance can help promote good health, according to a new report.
Children who have not committed a crime are likely to be admitting guilt and accepting cautions just to avoid prosecution, a new report warns.
Global warming is likely to cause abrupt changes to important algal communities because of shifting biodiversity "break point" boundaries in the ocean, according to new research.
Two teams linked to the University of Exeter have been shortlisted for awards at the prestigious 2021 Nursing Times Awards.
Young people to join forces with science and drama experts to produce musical about climate emergency
Teenagers in Torbay will join forces with leading scientists and drama experts to produce a musical about the climate emergency ahead of the major COP26 summit.
A free self-help guide is now available to support people diagnosed with dementia to achieve their goals to enjoy daily activities and independent living.
A new project will develop Artificial Intelligence tools to predict harmful blooms of algae in the ocean.
A new project aiming to reduce healthcare’s impact on the oceans is being jointly launched by the University of Exeter and NHS Ocean.
Atmosphere and caring teachers at special schools more important to parents of children with SEN than educational standards, study shows
Parents are more influenced by the atmosphere and how caring staff are than academic educational standards or the curriculum when choosing a special educational needs school, a study shows.
Roads have a negative impact on chimpanzee populations that can extend for more than 17 km, new research shows.
University of Exeter students have worked with multilingual teenagers to help them see the value of their incredible language skills as part of a unique research project.
Global light pollution has increased by at least 49% over 25 years, new research shows.
Policymakers need better analysis tools to help them tackle the systemic climate crisis, experts say.
£1.5 million for Exeter to research the role of genes and specific cell-types in Alzheimer’s disease
Research that will for the first time examine changes in how genes function in specific brain cell-types to better understand the development of Alzheimer’s disease has received a £1.5 million grant from the Medical Research Council.
Exeter research is providing knowledge and testing to support an NHS bid to diagnose thousands of people who are unaware that they have a rare form of diabetes.
A University of Exeter Business School professor is in the running for a prestigious THE Award after being shortlisted for Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year.
The University of Exeter has led a collaboration to define the term “Oceans and Human Health” for a new Encyclopaedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Understanding what causes epigenetic variation could be a step closer thanks to a new atlas of genetic effects on epigenetic factors.
A world-leading expert in a wide range of dementia research is joining the University of Exeter, where he will further bolster an outstanding reputation for academic excellence on ageing.
Experts set to use history and comedy to empower LGBTQ+ young people to play a central role in climate activism
Experts will use history and comedy to empower LGBTQ+ young people to play a central role in climate activism as part of a major project held ahead of the COP26 conference.
Focus on coercive control and gendered approach must be at the heart of efforts to address domestic violence and abuse, study argues
Moving away from a gender-neutral approach and a greater focus on the impact of coercive control should be at the heart of attempts to address domestic violence and abuse, a study argues.
Giving performers copyright over their work could protect them from deepfake technology, study shows
Giving performers copyright over their work could protect them from being cloned by deepfake technology, a study says.
The University of Exeter’s global reputation has been reinforced after it rose into the top 150 worldwide in the latest influential league table.
Lack of global standards for Covid-19 certificates 'barrier to their successful implementation', report warns
The lack of global standards for coronavirus certificates is a key barrier to their successful implementation around the world, a new report warns.