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    Early African Muslims had a halal – and cosmopolitan diet - discovery of thousands of ancient animal bones shows

    Early Muslim communities in Africa ate a cosmopolitan diet as the region became a trading centre for luxury goods, the discovery of thousands of ancient animal bones has shown.

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    New test identifies lobster hybrids

    Scientists have developed a test that can identify hybrids resulting from crossbreeding between European and American lobsters.

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    Voters across Europe perceive the EU as less democratic than it is, survey suggests

    Large portions of voters across Europe misunderstand the workings of the European Union and think it is less democratic than it actually is, research suggests.

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    Traumatised communities reflecting on loss of war meant many didn’t celebrate on VE day

    It is remembered as a time when seemingly everyone in Britain lined the streets to mark the end of six years of conflict around the world – but in reality the trauma of war meant many people didn’t celebrate on Victory in Europe Day.

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    University of Exeter health and housing project to combat isolation during lockdown

    A project that links technology and housing to improve health and wellbeing in Cornwall is developing a guide to using online devices to reduce feelings of isolation during COVID-19 lockdown.

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    Pivotal new project aims to promote and implement green domestic heating

    A pivotal new project, involving Renewable Energy experts from the University of Exeter, has been launched to pioneer new initiatives for greener home heating.

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    University of Exeter help diversify farming of the future

    The University of Exeter Business School is working with more than 40 other institutions as part of a major EU-funded project worth nearly 10 million euros.

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    University of Exeter celebrates European partnerships, research and education

    Friday 8 May 2020 is the 75th anniversary of VE Day, a time of reflection and remembrance, and the following day is Europe Day, when many will celebrate the hard won peace and unity following the Second World War.

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    ‘Near-unlivable’ heat for one-third of humans within 50 years if greenhouse gas emissions are not cut

    Areas of the planet home to one-third of humans will become as hot as the hottest parts of the Sahara within 50 years, unless greenhouse gas emissions fall, according to research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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    ‘Ethnic spaces’ make minority US students feel at home

    “Ethnic spaces” at US universities make students from underrepresented minority groups feel a greater sense of belonging and engagement with their university, new research suggests.

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    Stunning scroll paintings and graphic art show shared history of famine in India and Britain

    Beautifully illustrated scrolls and graphic art storytelling traditions will help communities to reflect on shared histories of famine in India and Britain and cope with today’s environmental changes.

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    University of Exeter expert elected to prestigious American Academy of Arts & Sciences

    A University of Exeter expert has been elected to one of the world’s most prestigious academic organisations.

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    Earliest humans in the Amazon created thousands of “forest islands” as they tamed wild plants for food, study shows

    The earliest human inhabitants of the Amazon created thousands of artificial forest islands as they tamed wild plants to grow food, a new study shows.

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    Vexing Nemo: motorboat noise makes clownfish stressed and aggressive

    Hormonal changes caused by motorboat noise cause clownfish to hide, skip meals and attack their neighbours – putting damselfish in distress.

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    Ocean changes almost starved life of oxygen

    Chemical changes in the oceans more than 800 million years ago almost destroyed the oxygen-rich atmosphere that paved the way for complex life on Earth, new research suggests.

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    World-leading plastics research team collect Queen’s Anniversary prize

    Prince Charles has awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education to a team at the University of Exeter.

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    Exeter launches Master in Public Health to develop future global leaders

    A new Master in Public Health programme is launching at the University of Exeter, to nurture future global leaders with skills around complexity, leadership and decision-making.

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    Fundraising campaign hits target one year early

    £60 million raised to support students and research at Exeter

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    £1.2 million USA grant to investigate psychosis in Alzheimer’s disease

    Funding expected to total £1.2 million ($1,566,874) over four years from the USA’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help Exeter academics advance understanding about the underlying biological mechanisms leading to some people with Alzheimer’s disease developing psychosis.

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    Climate scientist receives prestigious ERC funding award

    One of the University of Exeter’s most talented climate researchers has received a significant funding boost from the European Research Council (ERC), it has been announced.

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    Exeter-based tech company named in global top 10 VR experiences of 2019

    A virtual reality simulation developed near Exeter has made a global list of top 10 VR experiences for 2019.

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