South West businesses and academics join forces to generate power

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.

Exeter astronomer wins international award for planet discovery

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).

Lectures come in 3D at the University of Exeter

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.

Professor Sir John Pendry reveals secrets of invisibility at Exeter

The University of Exeter is giving people an opportunity to hear from one of the UK’s most eminent scientists on Thursday 11 March.

Local people invited to join a journey through the Galaxy

Local people are invited to join University of Exeter astronomers for a journey through the Galaxy.

Turning the spotlight on exoclimates

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.

Breakthrough in the study of distant planet atmospheres

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.

Exeter student wins top physics award

Neil Robinson, who graduated with a first class MPhys (physics) degree this summer, has won a prestigious international prize.

Exeter astrophysicist honoured with top prize

An expert in studying distant planets at the University of Exeter has been awarded the highest prize for physics in France.