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Three Exeter alumni involved in Chiefs' triumph

Three University of Exeter alumni played a part in the Exeter Chiefs' Champions Cup victory on Saturday.

Jack Maunder started at scrum-half, Sam Skinner came on as a replacement and...

Match Report: Southend 2 City 2

Alex Fisher scored a wonder goal with virtually the final kick of the game to earn Exeter City a point at Roots Hall.

The Grecians twice fell behind to a Southend...

Projects to support delivery of the Youth Talent Programme

Talented young athletes will soon get advice and support on reducing the risk of injury from two projects jointly run by the University of Exeter and England Athletics.

The first project...

Exeter Chiefs Women, rugby, Maynard School

Oldest girls' school sponsors newly formed Exeter Chiefs Women's team

A new and exciting chapter in the history of women’s sport is about to take off with The Maynard School, the oldest girls’ school in the country, collaborating with the newly formed Exeter Chiefs...

Six Nations finale to be shown at Vue Exeter

THE final three matches of the Six Nations Championship are due to be played this Saturday – and fans can get tickets to watch live on the big screen at Vue Exeter completely free.

The concluding tournament fixtures were suspended in March due to coronavirus restrictions and after a break of nearly eight months, this highly...

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Prestigious £900,000 award to investigate underlying mechanisms of depression

Dr Valentina Mosienko from the University of Exeter Medical School has won one of 15 highly competitive fellowships from the Medical Research Council Career Development Award .

The award, covering five years, will allow Dr Mosienko to study star-shaped brain cells – known as astrocytes – and their role in depression etiology.

Dr Mosienko said “I’m honoured to receive the fellowship to investigate this important area of research. Depression is a devastating illness affecting one in four people in the UK. It is not fully understood still, with antidepressants commonly...

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Food & Drink

Food Drink Devon partners with Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce

Food Drink Devon (FDD), the county’s leading membership organisation in the food and drink industry, is thrilled to announce that it is joining forces with Devon & Plymouth Chamber of...

Family Life

5 things to pack for a winter walk with the kids

It's that time of year when the leaves are turning, there's a fresh crisp breeze in the air, and being outside is just magical, especially with kids.

Nature Is Good For Kids

Being...

Health & Beauty

Prestigious £900,000 award to investigate underlying mechanisms of depression

Dr Valentina Mosienko from the University of Exeter Medical School has won one of 15 highly competitive fellowships from the Medical Research Council Career Development Award .

The award...

Student Life

Exeter students win £5,000 in Amazon Campus Challenge

Two students from University of Exeter have won £5,000 in prize money and $250 in Amazon Web Services (AWS) credits via the AWS Educate Programme after taking part in Amazon UK’s first ever...

Social Diary

How to Boost Your Instagram Reach: 12 Simple Tactics You Can Use

What is the important thing to maintain, when you are starting a blog on Instagram? Of course, it would be the reach. It defines the number of unique accounts that have watched your post or story...

Charities

H&W’s guests help raise thousands for local charities

Hall & Woodhouse (H&W), the leading independent family-owned brewer, has raised over £9,000 this summer through its charity dish initiative and Unlock’d lager campaign, in aid of local...

Homes & Gardens

8 things to do in your garden in the winter season

Over the past several months, all of us in Britain have become more acquainted with our gardens than (probably) ever before. So, with restrictions continuing and winter coming, how can we...

Blogs

Simple Steps You Can Do Every day to Live Longer

Happy living starts with good health. Good health involves maintaining an optimum mental, physical, and physiological state of the body. One can achieve it by eating healthily, exercising...

Education

What You Have To Get For Students and Their Remote Learning Needs

2020 has brought many changes to how we live our lives. Many people are now working remotely. Also, with schools either closed for in-person classes or participating in hybrid classes, many...

Local News

Take control of your money with these simple tips and tools

We all need a little help now and again, and looking for ways to gain back control of your finances takes strength and determination. Understanding that you need help with your spending habits,...

Entertainment & Reviews

Scary classics back on the big screen at Vue Exeter this Halloween

GET READY for some spooktacular big screen entertainment, as Vue Exeter bringing back a number of fan-favourite scary films this Halloween.

From diabolical witches to maniacal murderers...

Holidays & Travel

TUI, Exeter Airport

TUI launches winter 2021/22 and summer 2022 programmes from Exeter Airport

TUI UK has launched winter 2021 and 2022 holidays from Exeter and is set to put summer 2022 holidays on sale from 5th November, with thousands of free kids’ places, low deposits from £75 per...

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