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Fast Company Magazine
This Is What Happened To My Brain When I Spent More Time In Natureat the University of Michigan and an honorary associate professor at the Europe
This Is What Happened To My Brain When I Spent More Time In Nature
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 10 hours ago
at the University of Michigan and an honorary associate professor at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter in the U.K., has been studying the benefits of spending time in nature for years. Through her and other... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Belgium Is Seeing A Surge In Citizenship Requests From UK ExpatsDuring his tenure as Publisher, he also created and launched the prestigious ‘E
Belgium Is Seeing A Surge In Citizenship Requests From UK Expats
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 hours ago
During his tenure as Publisher, he also created and launched the prestigious ‘Europeans of the Year’ annual awards. Mr. Landsbert-Noon graduated from the University of Exeter in the UK in 1984, with an honours degree in Geology an... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Campaign for elite university to ban students from bringing cars on campuson one of Britain's top universities to ban all students - from having a car.
Campaign for elite university to ban students from bringing cars on campus
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
on one of Britain's top universities to ban all students - from having a car. Fed-up residents are pleading with the University of Exeter to stop students from bringing cars with them when they move there to study. They hope that a ban can... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Regular physical activity improves brain power, academic prowess in childrenA consensus statement which includes a University of Exeter researcher says exe
Regular physical activity improves brain power, academic prowess in children
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
A consensus statement which includes a University of Exeter researcher says exercise boosts kids' and young people's brain power and academic prowess. Time taken away from lessons for physical activity is time well spent and does not come at the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Light pollution is causing spring to arrive a WEEK earlyall found to bud early under the influence of artificial light. Volunteers fro
Light pollution is causing spring to arrive a WEEK early
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
all found to bud early under the influence of artificial light. Volunteers from across the UK helped researchers from the University of Exeter complete the study by recording budding dates over 13 years. This data was cross-referenced with... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Pollution has been causing springtime to come early in the UKwith trees bursting into leaf a week earlier in areas with more light pollution
Pollution has been causing springtime to come early in the UK
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
with trees bursting into leaf a week earlier in areas with more light pollution, scientists have found. Researchers at the University of Exeter compared the amount of artificial night-time light across the UK and the date at which new leaves first... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Pollution has been causing springtime to come earlywith trees bursting into leaf a week earlier in areas with more light pollution
Pollution has been causing springtime to come early
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
with trees bursting into leaf a week earlier in areas with more light pollution, scientists have found. Researchers at the University of Exeter compared the amount of artificial night-time light across the country and the date at which new leaves... Read more
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PhysOrg
Crucial peatlands carbon-sink vulnerable to rising sea levels. Credit: Alex Whittle / University of Exeter , research shows Rising sea-leve
Crucial peatlands carbon-sink vulnerable to rising sea levels
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
. Credit: Alex Whittle / University of Exeter , research shows Rising sea-levels linked to global warming could pose a... Read more
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dna
Scientists say genes may be the reason you're naughty or niceothers are content living off other creatures and exploiting them. The model c
Scientists say genes may be the reason you're naughty or nice
dna / Posted 2 days ago
others are content living off other creatures and exploiting them. The model created by Dr Sasha Dall from the University of Exeter, along with a group of international researchers, took into account the environmental factors as well as... Read more
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PhysOrg
Night-time light pollution causes spring to come earlydomain Human use of artificial light is causing Spring to come at least a week
Night-time light pollution causes spring to come early
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
domain Human use of artificial light is causing Spring to come at least a week early in the UK, researchers at the University of Exeter in Cornwall have found. New research led by a team of biologists based at the University's Penryn... Read more
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International Business Times
UK: Light pollution causing spring to arrive over a week early Trust asked them to note down when they first saw sycamore, oak, ash and beech
UK: Light pollution causing spring to arrive over a week early
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Trust asked them to note down when they first saw sycamore, oak, ash and beech trees in leaf. The researchers from the University of Exeter compared these findings to satellite images of artificial lighting. They found that buds were bursting... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Sandi Ashlock: Your thoughts about aging - self-fulfilling prophecyThe way you view old age may have a very real effect on your physical health. I
Sandi Ashlock: Your thoughts about aging - self-fulfilling prophecy
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
The way you view old age may have a very real effect on your physical health. In a study by researchers from the University of Exeter, 29 people between the ages of 66 and 98 were asked about their experience of aging and frailty, as well as their... Read more
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PhysOrg
Birds pushed to the edge by floodsrare insight into how wildlife copes with extreme weather. The cranes' progres
Birds pushed to the edge by floods
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
rare insight into how wildlife copes with extreme weather. The cranes' progress was being tracked by researchers from the University of Exeter, the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) and RSPB when severe flooding hit the Somerset Levels in 2013. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Musgrove Park Hospital consultant leads pioneering research studythe study is Professor Robert Andrews, a consultant in diabetes at Musgrove Par
Musgrove Park Hospital consultant leads pioneering research study
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
the study is Professor Robert Andrews, a consultant in diabetes at Musgrove Park Hospital, who is also a researcher at the University of Exeter. He said: “Nationally we don’t yet have a validated education programme about exercise for patients... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
University of Exeter guideThe University of Exeter's schools and colleges were established in the middle
University of Exeter guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
The University of Exeter's schools and colleges were established in the middle of the 19th century – the oldest being the School of Art, which was established in 1855. In 1868 the School of Art and Science was established in North Exeter which... Read more
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The Financial Express
Youngest exoplanet found 500 light years away from Earthsystem, and orbits its star once every five days. Researchers behind the disco
Youngest exoplanet found 500 light years away from Earth
The Financial Express / Posted 4 days ago
system, and orbits its star once every five days. Researchers behind the discovery, which include Dr Sasha Hinkley of the University of Exeter, believe the planet is only five-10 million years old – as so still in its infancy in astronomical terms... Read more
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Daily Star
Boozy Brit students stripping off and cheating in exams are slapped with finesof financial penalties issued against students over the last three years. One
Boozy Brit students stripping off and cheating in exams are slapped with fines
Daily Star / Posted 5 days ago
of financial penalties issued against students over the last three years. One of the biggest fines was £1,618 imposed on a University of Exeter student who deliberately damaged a self-service machine. While a Warwick student was hit with a £10... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Gain for parents with kids studying in UKsaid she did not expect her son's tuition fees to increase any time soon. Her
Gain for parents with kids studying in UK
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 5 days ago
said she did not expect her son's tuition fees to increase any time soon. Her son is a second-year law student at University of Exeter. Some parents were fearful of Britain's exit from the European Union. Despite the weakened pound, Azura... Read more
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NBC News
'Second Front of Jihad' Looms on Russia's BorderIslamic party, all but pushing Muslims into the political underground, said Dav
'Second Front of Jihad' Looms on Russia's Border
NBC News / Posted 6 days ago
Islamic party, all but pushing Muslims into the political underground, said David Lewis, an expert on Central Asia with the University of Exeter. In Uzbekistan, almost 13,000 Muslims have been jailed over the past 25 years for their religious... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Croydon Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty « Shropshire Starrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Kingston Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Express and Star
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty « Express & Starrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Streatham Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Bury Times
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Bury Times / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Gazette
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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guardian-series
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
guardian-series / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Feeling spiteful? Blame your genesWashington D.C.: "I was born evil" is now a valid excuse for naughty behaviour,
Feeling spiteful? Blame your genes
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Washington D.C.: "I was born evil" is now a valid excuse for naughty behaviour, according to a recent study. The University of Exeter scientist helped develop an innovative mathematical model for exploring why some individuals evolve to be... Read more
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Harrow Times
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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This is West Country
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
This is West Country / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Gazette News
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Gazette News / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Bolton News
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Bolton News / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nastyrange of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evol
Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
range of different species that will help advance the understanding of the evolution of sociality. Dr Sasha Dall, from the University of Exeter, joined a team of international colleagues to explore why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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New Kerala
Feeling spiteful? Blame your genes - newkerala.com #81666Washington D.C, Jun 25 : "I was born evil" is now a valid excuse for naughty be
Feeling spiteful? Blame your genes - newkerala.com #81666
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
Washington D.C, Jun 25 : "I was born evil" is now a valid excuse for naughty behaviour, according to a recent study. The University of Exeter scientist helped develop an innovative mathematical model for exploring why some individuals evolve to be... Read more
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dna
Feeling spiteful? It's in your genes'I was born evil' is now a valid excuse for naughty behaviour, according to a r
Feeling spiteful? It's in your genes
dna / Posted 6 days ago
'I was born evil' is now a valid excuse for naughty behaviour, according to a recent study. The University of Exeter scientist helped develop an innovative mathematical model for exploring why some individuals evolve to be genetically programmed to... Read more
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New Kerala
What makes people become nice or nasty? - newkerala.com #81569to which specific genetic variants they are born with," said one of the researc
What makes people become nice or nasty? - newkerala.com #81569
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
to which specific genetic variants they are born with," said one of the researchers Sasha Dall, Senior Lecturer at University of Exeter in Britain. The findings showed that people are likely to be influenced by conditioning or the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Being nasty or nice is in our DNAby Exeter University, designed the model by examining social behaviour in a ran
Being nasty or nice is in our DNA
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
by Exeter University, designed the model by examining social behaviour in a range of different species. A team led by the University of Exeter has now developed a mathematical model for exploring why some individuals evolve to be genetically... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists uncover route for finding out what makes individuals nice or nastyA University of Exeter scientist has helped develop an innovative mathematical
Scientists uncover route for finding out what makes individuals nice or nasty
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
A University of Exeter scientist has helped develop an innovative mathematical model for exploring why some individuals evolve to be genetically programmed to be nice, while others stay nasty. Dr Sasha Dall, Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Ecology,... Read more
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Salon.com
Jeremy Scahill: “Blowers go to Yale and whistleblowers go to jail” — David Petraeus vs. Chelsea Manninggo to jail in this society,” Scahill quipped. Since retiring, Gen. Petraeus ha
Jeremy Scahill: “Blowers go to Yale and whistleblowers go to jail” — David Petraeus vs. Chelsea Manning
Salon.com / Posted 7 days ago
go to jail in this society,” Scahill quipped. Since retiring, Gen. Petraeus has worked at Harvard University, the University of Exeter, the City University of New York and more. “The U.S. has never welcomed internal dissent” Scahill also... Read more
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CIO
LaTrobe University in new cloud deal with TechnologyOneand academic support, Di Marco said. La Trobe joins other universities in usin
LaTrobe University in new cloud deal with TechnologyOne
CIO / Posted 7 days ago
and academic support, Di Marco said. La Trobe joins other universities in using the SaaS solution including the UK’s University of Exeter, University of Lincoln, and University of South Wales. Read More: Join the CIO Australia group on... Read more
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PhysOrg
Better information needed to understand extreme weathercredible and relevant information to help communities become more resilient to
Better information needed to understand extreme weather
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
credible and relevant information to help communities become more resilient to extreme weather events such as floods, a University of Exeter expert has said. Researchers need improved techniques to be able to understand why the climate is... Read more
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Daily Mail
Discovery of Roman coins in Devon redraws the map of the empirewere first drawn to Ipplepen after two metal detector enthusiasts found coins a
Discovery of Roman coins in Devon redraws the map of the empire
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
were first drawn to Ipplepen after two metal detector enthusiasts found coins at the site. A team from the University of Exeter partnered with the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme and Cotswold Archaeology to dig deeper... Read more
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