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Biosciences welcomes new PhD and Master’s students

The University of Exeter welcomed new postgraduate research students from the UK and abroad this September, who will be completing twenty-nine PhD and twenty-seven Master’s programmes at the Department of Biosciences. These students are spread between the Streatham and Penryn campuses, and will be conducting cutting-edge research with support of leading academics.

Scientists describe a new alga that may help corals adapt to climate change

Changes in ocean chemistry associated with climate change are exacerbating the global decline of coral reefs.

Mining pollution alters fish genetics in south west England

Pollution from historic mining activities in south west England has led to a reduction in genetic diversity of brown trout according to new research from the University of Exeter.

Exe-BioCon.…Connecting and Inspiring Research

The Bio-PGR-Network Committee is organising the first annual Biosciences conference to highlight research and inspire collaborations within the department.

Exe-BioCon.…Connecting and Inspiring Research

The Bio-PGR-Network Committee is organising the first annual Biosciences conference to highlight research and inspire collaborations within the department.

Dashing for a Cause

To kick-off the Christmas season, Biosciences hosted its third Christmas Dash – a fancy dress fun-run/walk across Streatham Campus in aid of charity on Friday the 27th of November, 2015.

£90K investment gives undergraduates more chances to learn in the world class Aquatic Resources Centre

Dr Gregory Paull, Manager of the Aquatic Resources Centre (ARC) (with support from Elizabeth James) recently applied and received £90,000 from the HEFCE STEM Teaching Capital to upgrade facilities and purchase new specialist equipment for the ARC.