Soapbox Science will hit the streets in Exeter, with women scientists rom the University of Exeter, the Met Office and beyond
Praveena Deekonda has won the University of Exeter Medical School’s Quintiles Women in Science Award
Researchers at Exeter University have opened a new “window on the tree of life”
A new study on the behaviour of bees suggest that the potential for bees to affect crops through cross-pollination is very limited.
An Exeter University physicist is one of 38 UK scientists to be made a Royal Society University Research Fellow for 2009. Dr Sharon Jewell will use her fellowship as an opportunity to study human cells, which could help improve our understanding of major diseases like diabetes and cancer.
In a move that gives hope to overweight men everywhere, the female seahorse at Torquay’s Living Coasts picks the male with the biggest belly!
Tree experts from across the country visited Paignton Zoo Environmental Park recently to catch up on the latest developments in arboriculture – including news of a revolutionary use for heat-seeking cameras.