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Microsporidia: tiny parasites destabilising global ecosystems
by S. Duxbury

There she blows? Unlocking the mysteries of deep ocean cetaceans
by L. Laing

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

Combined effects pose a challenge in predicting coastal futures by R. Coppock

Marine microplastics: Not just a drop in the ocean by A. Parsons

Plastic ingestion means less energy available for growth in shore crabs by R. Coppock

Dashing for a Cause by K. Sherman

Undergraduates win gold with a new method to eradicate Bovine Tuberculosis by A. Foreman

Professor Charles Tyler wins prestigious SETAC Award by A. Parsons

Exeter aims to bring marine science to life within the national curriculum by L. Laing

Masters student marked as one of the best internationally attends prestigious event on food security

by A. Foreman

The Rocky Road to Resilience

by A. Parsons

Scientists identify a potential new role for the mitotic protein Misato

by S. Scott

Exeter’s horn of plenty… ExeBioCon 2015

by R. Cross

Local schools join the fight against bacterial resistance

by L. Laing

Exe-BioCon.…Connecting and Inspiring Research

by K. Sherman

Exeter bioscientist awarded prestigious European Research Council Consolidator Grant

by S.Duxbury

Scientists discover an additional function for the peroxisome protein Pex11p

by C. Tonneau

Exeter researchers attend first ever British Microtubule meeting

by S.Scott

Don’t take things for “granted”…

by R. Cross

Warming seas pose habitat risk for fishy favourites

by S. Simpson

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

by K. Sherman

PhD Student attends ‘Voice of the Future’ event in Parliament

by S. Duxbury

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Exeter researchers share their experiences with the next generation of scientists

by S. Scott

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Captive breeding influences pond snail behaviour

by A. Campbell

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Haynes Group Hat-Trick

by G. Thomas

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Prestigious European training network comes to Biosciences

by J. Costello

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Marine Scientist nominated for WISE hero award

by A. Foreman

New model gives scientists insight into cells’ fat-metabolisers

by K. McIntosh

Exeter researchers secure funding to sequence cryptic fungal genomes, one cell at a time

by R. Cross

Welcome to Dr. Stefano Pagliara, a new lecturer in Exeter Biosciences

by C. Tonneau

Biosciences welcomes new PhD and Master’s students

by K. Sherman & E. Anderson

Fair funding for fungal killers

by S. Duxbury

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Expedition finds Nemo can travel great distances to connect populations

by S. Simpson

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Ocean acidification increases the toxic effects of copper pollution on marine worms

by A. Campbell

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Exeter Imaging Network workshop: ‘Imaging Physiology’

by S. Scott

Biosciences hosts high-calibre summer students

by K. McIntosh & C. Porteus

“Stealing” genes helps microbes to adapt

by K. McIntosh

Exeter shows off cutting-edge research to budding scientists

by K. McIntosh

SEB President’s Medal for Exeter researcher

by G. Thomas

The Fungal Eye

by D. Wiredu Boakye & C. Ikediashi

Leverhulme success for Biosciences

by C. Ikediashi, K. McIntosh & J. Moreman

‘Rotten’ gas may help fish survive low oxygen environments

by J. Moreman

Battling with bugs to prevent antibiotic resistance

by T. Laver

Feminised fish populations in polluted english rivers remain self sustaining

by C. Ikediashi, S. Wright  & J. Moreman

Research into fruit fly cells could lead to cancer insights

by K. McIntosh

New technology uncovers secrets of White Cliffs of Dover

by T. Laver

Molecular genetics researcher receives European honour

by T. Laver

Biosciences undergraduate to explore impacts of climate change on the Newlyn fishery

by S. Simpson

Talking Trees

by J. Moreman

“Hot article” at University of Exeter questions reaction mechanisms behind drug metabolism.

by J. Moreman

Study of the machinery of cells reveals clues to neurological disorder

by K. McIntosh

Ship noise impairs feeding and heightens predation risk for crabs

by S. Simpson

Exeter leads campaign to include marine science in National Curriculum

by A. Campbell

Boat noise stops fish finding home

by S. Simpson

Bugs produce diesel on demand

French retreat for salmon during last Ice Age

by C. Ikediashi

Exeter undergraduate secures ASAB project scholarship

by C. Ikediashi

NERC grant success to investigate effects of oestrogens on wild fish populations

by J. Paris & A. Campbell

University of Exeter Fellow publishes third contribution to prestigious New Naturalist series

Ship noise makes crabs get crabby

by S. Simpson

New partnership launched to predict impact of underwater noise on fish

by S. Simpson

Stress makes snails forgetful

by V. Jennings

 

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