Latest news: The University of Exeter is among 24 UK universities that will receive £350 million to train tomorrow’s engineers and scientists. Two Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) will be established at the University to provide postgraduate programmes in water engineering and metamaterials - artificial materials that have properties beyond those found in nature.
The centres will establish a training environment with industrial involvement at their heart, in which industry plays a key role in both management and delivery....Read full story
Latest news: University of Exeter astrophysicist Dr Stefan Kraus has been awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize for his work on star and planet formation.
The £70,000 grant is awarded to researchers under the age of 36 who have already had a significant international impact and whose future research career is exceptionally promising. ...Read full story
The new nanophotonics fabrication facility laboratory - allows us to create a wide range of structures with well defined features right down to the nanometre level.
Interdisciplinary research - to develop new materials and techniques in functional materials.
The Astrophysics Group is one of the largest groups in the UK studying star formation and extra-solar planets with a wide variety of observational and theoretical programmes.
Physics at Exeter is ranked 8th in the UK for world-leading and internationally excellent research in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.
Our academics are committed to supporting all students in fulfilling their academic potential and we achieved a 91% rate in satisfaction with teaching quality in the latest National Student Survey.