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27 September 2021

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Exploring Narratives of Belonging

Postdoctoral researcher Dr Richard Vytniorgu is a member of the Wellcome Centre – cultures + environments of health exploring the subject of loneliness and belonging in the LGBTQIA+ community. Here he answers Three Questions about his research journey.

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11 January 2022

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University of Exeter and SETsquared Exeter collaborate with EPIC to the benefit of the region’s tech businesses

The University of Exeter and SETsquared Exeter are delighted to announce their new partnership with EPIC (Electronics and Photonics Innovation Centre), which will enable technology businesses to benefit from the unique combination of skills, knowledge and expertise that the partners offer.

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10 January 2022

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The World Turned Upside Down: a Newton’s cradle of memories

Exeter College student Tess Walsh talks more about The World Turned Upside Down – a play inspired by research by the IDEAL project which aims to improve ways of living well with dementia.

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5 January 2022

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The World Turned Upside Down: A play, an experience, an insight.

Exeter College student Tess Walsh discusses The Turned Upside Down – a play which has evolved from research by the IDEAL project.

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2 December 2021

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New research from the University of Exeter and Mozilla investigates ‘YouTube Regrets’

A recent report from the University of Exeter and the Mozilla Foundation has investigated the potentially harmful effects of videos suggested to people on YouTube. YouTube, the world’s second-most popular website and home to 2 billion active users each month, is facing criticism for the opacity of its recommendation algorithm, which suggests…

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24 November 2021

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Marine-i project is helping to create Cornwall’s marine industries of the future

Marine-i is a pioneering business support programme between the University of Exeter and five Project Partners that has been designed to foster innovation in the marine technology sector in Cornwall. “Our goal is to help put Cornwall at the forefront of the marine tech industries of the future,” says Professor Lars Johanning,…

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23 November 2021

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Positive progress in Europe to support University’s 2030 strategy

In the latest Europe Blog, Professor Sally Faulkner, Exeter’s Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor (Europe) talks about how our European strategy aligns to the University’s new ten year strategy and progress on partnerships, research and education.

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22 November 2021

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High calibre line up announced for Cornwall’s Climate Assembly

In the wake of COP26, the University of Exeter’s Institute of Cornish Studies announces a stellar line up for the Cornwall Climate Assembly on 1st December, where policy makers, researchers and local community members will discuss the big climate issues we need to address in Cornwall, if we are to become more…

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15 November 2021

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Major boost to special partnership between the University of Exeter and Exeter City Football Club

The unique partnership, forged ten years ago, focuses on creating initiatives to support and benefit members of the local community.

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11 November 2021

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New Handbook to Help Prescribe Nature for Mental Health and Wellbeing

Understanding how the power of nature can help people improve their mental health and overcome conditions such as depression, anxiety and stress has been boosted thanks to a new handbook.

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10 November 2021

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Coastal Living Benefits from Exeter University Research Highlighted in UK Chief Medical Officer’s Report

Research on the health benefits of coastal living will be highlighted to Government after University of Exeter experts authored a chapter for the Chief Medical Officer’s annual report. The academics warn that these benefits must not be taken for granted in the face of mounting environmental and social pressures.

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8 November 2021

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Exeter Academics Author WHO “Call to Action” on Nature, Biodiversity and Health

The multitude of ways in which the natural environment and human health are inextricably linked have been outlined in a document designed to help individuals and organisations across the 53 member states of the WHO European Region make evidence-based decisions.

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7 November 2021

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Driving the Next Generation of Clean Mobility Towards Zero Carbon

The Centre for Future Clean Mobility at the University of Exeter stands at the forefront of the road to zero carbon.

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5 November 2021

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Household Products Should Carry Asthma Warnings

New evidence finds that a group of chemicals found in a wide range of household products can increase the risk of asthma. Medicine and Health Research Associate, Cheryl Paterson, has been leading this research in collaboration with Cornwall’s Smartline.

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4 November 2021

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Exeter-led Team Receives National Funding to Roll-out Innovative Rehab Programme

Healthcare professionals will be trained to deliver an award-winning programme, led by the University of Exeter, which supports people with heart failure to undergo cardiac rehabilitation in their own homes, thanks to funding from NHS England.

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