The Exeter Blog

Views and opinions from across the whole spectrum of the University of Exeter; our academics, researchers, staff, students, and partners. We'll be blogging about our research, events, business, and more.

Corruption at work – the exception that proves the rule?

Recent media coverage has highlighted that corruption in groups of people is an on-going phenomenon. The reporters at The News of the World were put under extreme pressure to bring in sensational stories to boost sales, and a culture had developed in which they resorted to acts that most people would regard as unacceptable. Not […]

The Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre – the First 25 Years

As the Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre celebrates its 25th anniversary, its Director Professor Neil Armstrong reflects on what has been achieved – and how much is still to be done if we are to tackle rising levels of child obesity. The Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre’s  initial studies of 800 11 to […]