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03/22/2017 at 09:11. Facebook
Can online #therapy reduce distress in #dementia carers?

We're looking for volunteers who care for someone with dementia to join a new study that is investigating whether online therapy can help carers cope with feeling of stress, anxiety or depression. Find out more and sign up at [ Link ]
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Our Reed Hall gardens look magical this morning!
University of Exeter
03/19/2017 at 15:27. Facebook
Amazing colours at the Holi celebrations taking place on campus today! Thank you to Exeter Asian Society for organising. Happy Holi!
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03/17/2017 at 14:43. Facebook
An Exeter research team working with British Antarctic Survey researchers have discovered that at the peak of the ice age, about 20,000 years ago, ice thickened and extended tens of kilometres from the antarctic island of South Georgia – far further than previously believed.

Dr Alastair Graham said, “Although the island is small framed against Antarctica’s great ice sheets, the discovery of...
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03/16/2017 at 13:11. Facebook
Congratulations to Exeter researcher Dr Katie Lunnon who has won the Early Career Investigator of the Year Award at the Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference 2017. The prestigious prize celebrates excellence in #dementia research and comes with £25,000 for Dr Lunnon to spend on her cutting-edge research in a field of biology called epigenetics. [ Link ]
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03/16/2017 at 10:38. Facebook
Our Centre for Ecology and Conservation has staff from 12 different countries and students from 45 places around the world. Find out why the UK is the world’s global campus. #GlobalBritain Foreign Office
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03/16/2017 at 09:26. Facebook
Huge congratulations to Exeter University Rugby Football Club for winning their BUCS Super Rugby semi final yesterday! Bring on the final at #Twickenham on March 30th! #BleedGreen
Exeter and Falmouth have both been named in The Times and The Sunday Times best places to live in the UK!

Best Places to Live 2017
Don't forget to join us on Monday evening for a fascinating introduction to just some of our research that has been funded by the European Research Council.

What did European research funding ever do for us?

Thinking about a Masters or PhD? Find out more at our Postgraduate Open Day next Wed 15 March.

You'll be able to visit stands for our individual subjects to find out more about their postgraduate programmes, and be able to talk to staff and current postgraduate students about what it's like to study and research here.

You will also find information about student finance, admissions,...
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Postgraduate Open Day

Are you interested in becoming a #teacher? Visit [ Link ] to find out more about our #TeacherTraining (#PGCE) programmes.
Happy International Women’s Day! Visit our dedicated webpage to find out more about the events taking place across our campuses. [ Link ]
We're thrilled that twelve of our subjects are ranked in the world top 100 in the latest QS World University Rankings with seven of them in the top 50!

Geography is ranked in the world top 20 at 15th. Other Exeter subjects in the elite top 50 rankings include: Theology (24th), Sports-related Subjects (25th), Hospitality and Leisure Management (28th), Engineering – Minerals and Mining (43rd),...
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Exeter students are joining forces with Exeter Food Action to distribute unsold #food to the city’s #homeless community.
Writing memoir can include not just past but present experience too. This non-accredited workshop will focus on 'quest writing', which involves observing and charting your experience when on the trail of a particular goal or line of exploration.

The quest writing method has become popular books such as The Hare with the Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal, but it is less well-known that it can be...
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Quest writing workshop

Science meets theatre in this interactive modelling performance about epilepsy, excitability and all things neurological!

Beyond My Control | Exeter Northcott Theatre
Join Conrad Humphreys as he shares his experience of recreating Captain Bligh’s epic voyage of survival. After the successful series on Channel 4, Conrad will talk about his greatest challenge yet on the high seas, with the talk followed by questions and answers.

Using traditional navigation equipment and surviving off the same meagre rations as Bligh, a team of nine men led by SAS: Who Dares...
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Mutiny: Recreating Captain Bligh's epic voyage of survival

Drinking concentrated blueberry juice improves brain function in older people, according to research: [ Link ]
These amazing wildlife photographs were taken by four of our very talented University of Exeter Penryn Campus students. The photographs have featured on BBC Wildlife Magazine as part of their celebrations for World Wildlife Day last week.
Watch this video by BUCS Super Rugby to hear the story of Exeter University Rugby Football Club and our link with the Exeter Chiefs Official. #BleedGreen