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The unique properties found in the stunning iridescent wings of a tropical blue butterfly could hold the key to developing new highly selective gas detection sensors.
The prospect of finding ocean-bearing exoplanets has been boosted, thanks to a pioneering new study.
A host of Devon’s leading female scientists took to their soapboxes at the weekend to showcase their fascinating science to the general public
A host of Devon’s leading female scientists will be taking to their soapboxes this week to showcase their fascinating science to the general public at a free event in Exeter city centre.
A Physicist at the University of Exeter has received a substantial grant to help improve the sustainability of commercially valuable crops.
Ground-breaking research has successfully created the world’s first truly electronic textile, using the wonder material Graphene.
Exeter physicists are making their final preparations before showcasing their innovative research in a special event, held in the Houses of Parliament.
Do you know why Dorothy Hill or Rosalind Franklin are considered pioneers in their fields, or who left the greatest legacy - Ada Lovelace or Marie Curie? The answers could be resolved in a new game, created by students at the University of Exeter.
Budding scientists from the University of Exeter have showcased their innovative research at the Houses of Parliament, as part of a prestigious national event.
A resilience to extreme conditions by the most transparent, lightweight and flexible material for conducting electricity could help revolutionise the electronic industry, according to a new study.
CEMPS research has been rated as world-leading or internationally excellent in the first assessment of the research quality of UK universities since 2008, the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
New research shows that the age-old mantra of 'bend your knees and keep your back straight’ when lifting may not work for everyone.
Claire Woollacott, a theoretical physicist and researcher at the University of Exeter, has been busy inspiring students in local schools, through the Institute of Physics' Schools Lecture Tour, and is the first postgraduate student to take part in the initiative.
Being shown pictures of others being loved and cared for reduces the brain’s response to threat, new research from the University of Exeter has found.
A pioneering new study has shown that water found on Earth predates the formation of the sun – raising hopes that life could exist on exoplanets, the planets orbiting other stars in our galaxy.
Pioneering research carried out at the University of Exeter into the remarkable atmospheric properties of exoplanets will feature in a forthcoming episode of the BBC’s much-loved astronomy programme, the Sky at Night.
A leading professor from the University of Exeter has secured a significant international award, in recognition of his pioneering research.
African pupils taken on a scientific journey from the Rubik’s Cube to the building blocks of the universe
Professor Pete Vukusic has returned from a whistle-stop tour of schools in rural Tanzania, designed to help children better engage with science.
A University of Exeter physics expert has been bestowed with a prestigious award, for his significant widening participation and outreach work.
The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences has enjoyed considerable success in the latest university league table, published by the Guardian.
A University of Exeter student has won a prestigious national competition designed to promote the pioneering work being carried out by early-career scientists to a wider audience.
Science experts from the University of Exeter will showcase their pioneering research at the Houses of Parliament, as part of a prestigious national science event.
Pioneering research from University of Exeter scientists into the atmospheres of planets found beyond our own solar system could also help solve one of the greatest riddles of Earth’s past.
Budding astronomers will be given a unique opportunity to witness the remarkable atmospheric properties of exoplanets when the BBC's hugely popular programme Stargazing Live returns for a new series this week.