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Fair Funding for Fungal Killers
Professor Ken Haynes from the University of Exeter has contributed to a letter published today in The Lancet, which emphasises an urgent need for the UK government to focus funding efforts on antifungal resistance, in addition to the currently well-funded area of antibacterial resistance.

http://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/news/school/title_445409_en.html

Exeter bioscientist awarded prestigious European Research Council Consolidator Grant

Dr Ivana Gudelj from Biosciences has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant worth €2 million over the next 5 years.

Exeter Biosciences welcomes four new lecturers for start of academic year
The Exeter Biosciences department is pleased to welcome four new academics.

Exeter researchers to host ‘Micrographia Day’: a celebration of microscopy
Researchers from the Departments of Biosciences and English at the University of Exeter, supported by the Royal Society of Biology, are organising ‘Micrographia Day’: a celebration of the 350th anniversary since publication of the first fully illustrated book of microscopy by Robert Hooke.

Microsporidia: tiny parasites destabilising global ecosystems
An international consortium of scientists including researchers from the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences (CEFAS) and Dr. Bryony Williams from the University of Exeter have published a new review uncovering the direct impacts and drivers of microsporidian disease infecting a diverse range of animal taxa.

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