News archive 2015
A resilience to extreme conditions by the most transparent, lightweight and flexible material for conducting electricity could help revolutionise the electronic industry, according to a new study.
Budding scientists from the University of Exeter have showcased their innovative research at the Houses of Parliament, as part of a prestigious national event.
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.
Exeter physicists are making their final preparations before showcasing their innovative research in a special event, held in the Houses of Parliament.
Ground-breaking research has successfully created the world’s first truly electronic textile, using the wonder material Graphene.
A Physicist at the University of Exeter has received a substantial grant to help improve the sustainability of commercially valuable crops.
A host of Devon’s leading female scientists will be taking to their soapboxes this week to showcase their fascinating science to the general public at a free event in Exeter city centre.
A host of Devon’s leading female scientists took to their soapboxes at the weekend to showcase their fascinating science to the general public
The prospect of finding ocean-bearing exoplanets has been boosted, thanks to a pioneering new study.
The unique properties found in the stunning iridescent wings of a tropical blue butterfly could hold the key to developing new highly selective gas detection sensors.
Professor Roy Sambles has today (Thursday, October 1) taken up his position as the new president of the Institute of Physics (IOP).
A leading physicist from the University of Exeter has received a national award for pioneering research contributions in the field of quantum physics.
Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
Three new research programmes, led by or featuring the University of Exeter, that aim to tackle some of the major challenges facing science and engineering have been announced.
The newly refurbished University of Exeter Observatory has been opened ready for student teaching.
A prestigious national award scheme has recognised the University of Exeter’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Science’s dedication to gender equality.
University of Exeter students are leading a project with the Met Office, British Geological Survey and Lancaster University to better understand space weather events and the prediction of their impacts.
Pioneering new research by the University of Exeter could pave the way for miniaturised optical circuits and increased internet speeds, by helping accelerate the ‘graphene revolution’.
Two rising research stars at the University of Exeter have been recognised by each receiving a highly prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize.
The University of Exeter will host a South West physics festival this weekend as experts and academics come together to discuss planets, astronomy, wind, rain and light.
A University of Exeter scientist has won the ‘I’m a Scientist: Get me out of here’ competition, beating four other science enthusiasts to the prize.
Families from across the South West are invited to take part in an enlightening festive treat, at a special event hosted by the University of Exeter.
Astronomers from the University of Exeter have helped shed light on the atmospheres of a group of planets which orbit stars outside our solar system, known as exoplanets.
An interactive family-friendly Christmas lecture explored the production of colour in nature and the new technology it has inspired.