The Universities of Exeter and Bath can today reveal their plans for a new world-leading research centre to explore and exploit the properties of the thinnest material in nature.
The CoRoT satellite has discovered a planet only twice as large as the Earth orbiting a star slightly smaller than the Sun.
A researcher from the University of Exeter has helped to find a way to use doughnut shaped by-products of quantum dots to slow and even freeze light.
The University of Exeter’s Met Office Chair in Climate System Dynamics, Professor Peter Cox, has addressed the world’s leading climate researchers in Copenhagen.
A professor from the University of Exeter is preparing to travel to Israel to share his expertise on water engineering.
The University of Exeter has won a significant grant to enable a unique collaboration to develop new opportunities in the field of Functional Materials, specifically in the area of Tailored Electromagnetic Solutions.
Plants absorbed carbon dioxide more efficiently under the polluted skies of recent decades than they would have done in a cleaner atmosphere, according to a new study involving the University of Exeter.
Astrophysicists from the University of Exeter are involved in the discovery of the most distant cosmic explosion ever seen.
The University of Exeter has received a US$100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Cutting-edge optical imaging technology developed at the University of Exeter will help develop smart nanodrugs to treat brain diseases like schizophrenia, depression and dementia.
The ambition for Cornwall to become a world leading centre for wave energy has moved a step closer to reality with the launch of a two tonne (2000kg) buoy off the coast of Falmouth.
South West England’s ambition to be a global centre for harnessing energy from the sea has received a major boost with the announcement of a £10.3 million investment in marine energy research.
Two hundred teenagers from 19 schools across the South West became aeronautical engineers for the day on Thursday 17 September.
A recent graduate from the University of Exeter's Camborne School of Mines (CSM) has been awarded a national prize for his thesis on marine renewable energy.
30 new scientists, six of them professors, are being appointed to new academic posts at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter has been awarded £186,000 funding to help tackle one of the most fundamental problems in modern astronomy – when do stars and planets form and how does it happen?
A team of University of Exeter students are getting ready to stay up all night to test their computing programming skills.
PhD Physics student Natalie Garrett has been awarded a British Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG) scholarship.
A team from the University of Exeter has helped set a new record for the most distant astronomical object yet observed: an explosion 13.1 billion light years away.
The brilliance of butterfly wings has inspired a £3.2m, three-year research project that promises to deliver innovation in the fields of security, energy and the environment.
University of Exeter mathematics student Philip Watson has been crowned British surf kayak short boat champion.
A University of Exeter physicist is one of 38 UK scientists to be made a Royal Society University Research Fellow for 2009.
Packexe SMASH, the latest innovation from Exeter based Packexe Limited, has been shortlisted for ‘New Product of the Year’ at the 2009 Growing Business Awards supported by the CBI and Real Business magazine.
Global climate change is accelerating beyond expectations and the human role is now firmly established, according to a new global scientific synthesis prepared by some of the world’s top climate scientists.
A University of Exeter astrophysicist is helping to organise a grass-roots event dedicated to the future of astronomy, when Facebook and Twitter could play a key role in shaping our understanding of the universe.
A University of Exeter graduate has been named this year’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year by the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
University of Exeter research has added to a growing evidence that several giant planets have orbits so tilted that their orbits can be perpendicular or even backwards relative to their parent star’s rotation.