News archive 2015
Exeter has received a £2 million gift from The Wolfson Foundation to support the establishment of a new Living Systems Institute, which will pioneer a new approach to treating the world’s most serious diseases.
The risk of extreme La Niña events in the Pacific Ocean could double due to global warming, new research has shown.
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.
A new study has looked at slow-downs in the rate of global surface warming, despite ongoing increases in the emissions of greenhouse gases.
Penryn Campus postgraduate students celebrated their research achievements at Exploring Research in Cornwall, an annual conference supported by the University of Exeter's Researcher Development programme.
Pioneering new research has unlocked a new technique to help combat the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, that cause debilitating and often life-threatening human illness.
The increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration has allowed trees across Europe to use their available water resources more efficiently, new research has shown.
Long range weather forecasts and climate change projections could be significantly boosted by advances in our understanding of the relationship between layers of the Earth’s atmosphere - the stratosphere and troposphere.
A reduction in harmful human emissions that caused a depletion of the ozone layer has led to a hiatus in lower-stratosphere cooling, a new study has indicated.
University of Exeter scientists have received grant worth almost £150,000 to fund their crucial research, which could revolutionise epilepsy is diagnosed.
Geoengineering of the climate may be the only way to save coral reefs from mass bleaching, according to new research.
Summer workshop of national mathematicians' group will share innovative methods for collecting and analysing ecological data.
Two world-leading scientists from the University of Exeter have been honoured with a prestigious national science award.
Crucial research into the changing spatial patterns of future climate patterns is urgently needed, a new review article has concluded.
Researchers from the University of Exeter believe they have solved one of the biggest puzzles in climate science.
New findings reveals how global warming will feedback on the carbon cycle and lead to increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
University of Exeter researchers are pleased to be among the recipients of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) highlight topics grants – one of the new ways in which NERC is funding strategic research.
The pivotal issue of how best to address perilous global climate change will be discussed by world-leading experts, at a special event in New York.
Greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced aggressively and immediately because there are significant constraints to large-scale deployment of negative emissions technologies in the future, new research has shown.
Exeter will pioneer new methods for managing and treating chronic health conditions at a ground-breaking new maths-based research centre.
Six University of Exeter academics appear on a list of the world’s most influential scientific minds that is published this week.