Exeter University international students add £57 million to the city and £68 million to the South West economy
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Exeter University researcher shows a change in perception to old people and the ageing process when young people are faced with active older people doing weights and bodybuilding
Exeter University is part of a project that has been looking into the importance of Maundy Thursday to medieval society, which includes welcoming back ostracised sinners
Pioneering Metallurgy project changes outlooks in search of the material used for fabled swords of Damascus (feature)
Exeter University group searches India for origins of crucible steel, sometimes called wootz – used in the manufacture of the fabled swords of Damascus, with six-week archaeological research expedition to a remote region of rural Andhra Pradesh in India
Exeter University’s free public lecture by Prof Sir John Pendry – part of The Material World lecture series – will feature a fascinating journey through the world of electromagnetic metamaterials, including his famous work on ‘invisibility cloaks’
Exeter University professor Richard Toye’s new book on Winston Churchill, called Churchill’s Empire – The World That Made Him, asks challenges perceived ideas of Churchill’s approach to Empire, especially during his early years
A new study on the behaviour of bees suggest that the potential for bees to affect crops through cross-pollination is very limited.
Exeter University is holding first exhibition of Maria Theresa thaler – one of the first examples of international currency – to be put on in the UK.
Exeter University has come up with something that may help England win the World Cup, with an explanation of what causes falling foul at football penalty shoot outs.