Business professionals and researchers will gather in Cornwall on 8 January to identify opportunities to get involved with developing wave and tidal energy in the South West.
A University of Exeter PhD student has used artificial intelligence to shed new light on the behaviour of bumble bees.
A discovery by a team including a scientist from the University of Exeter has won the 2009 Newcomb Cleveland Prize of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
A team from the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus has designed a unique facility that will help deliver reliability and risk control for wave energy device developers, investors and insurance companies.
From this month, students in the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences at the University of Exeter will be watching some of their lectures in a state-of-the-art 3D lecture theatre.
The University of Exeter is giving people an opportunity to hear from one of the UK’s most eminent scientists on Thursday 11 March.
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg toured the University of Exeter’s Renewable Energy laboratory on Wednesday 31 March.
Packexe, based in Exeter, have donated a Dynascan Video Display system worth £40,000 to the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
Local people are invited to join University of Exeter astronomers for a journey through the Galaxy.
Following the success of last year’s energy conference the University of Exeter will be staging another world-class event in Falmouth on 24 and 25 May.
Using existing UKCP09 (UK Climate Impacts Programme) data and the weather generator produced by Newcastle University and the University of East Anglia, scientists from the Centre for Energy and the Environment have created the first comprehensive future weather files that include a realistic representation of wind speed and direction.
The University of Exeter’s, Camborne School of Mines, hosted visitors from Europe who carry out research on the social impacts of mining.
A new type of blast-proof curtain that gets thicker, not thinner, when stretched is being developed to provide better protection from the effects of bomb explosions.
Neil Robinson, who graduated with a first class MPhys degree this summer, has been shortlisted for a prestigious international prize.
Some of the world’s leading experts in studying these far-off worlds, known as exoplanets, are heading to the University of Exeter for a conference to discuss the latest findings in this rapidly developing area of research.
A research team led by the University of Exeter has discovered a previously undetected element in the atmosphere of a planet almost 500 light years from Earth.
Two academics from the University of Exeter have been chosen to be among the first international experts on water to be selected for a prestigious fellowship.
Neil Robinson, who graduated with a first class MPhys (physics) degree this summer, has won a prestigious international prize.
A major international research programme aiming to solve some of the fundamental issues facing climate prediction is being led by experts from the University of Exeter.
About 200 teenagers from 20 schools became aeronautical engineers for the day in a special event hosted by the University of Exeter and Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline.
The University of Exeter laid on a warm welcome for 2010 Nobel Prize winner, Professor Kostya Novoselov.
Four experts from the mathematics research institute at the University of Exeter recently headed to Kunming, China, for the first author meeting for what is set to be the world’s most comprehensive assessment report on climate change.
Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions – the main contributor to global warming – show no sign of abating and may reach record levels in 2010, according to a study led by the University of Exeter.
The rate of global warming could lead to a rapid release of carbon from peatlands that would further accelerate global warming.
An expert in studying distant planets at the University of Exeter has been awarded the highest prize for physics in France.
Professor David Stephenson from the Mathematics Research Institute at the University of Exeter has been elected to become a member of the prestigious Academia Europaea.