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ExeterMarine

The University of Exeter has a large contingent of researchers involved in Marine Sciences. As this perhaps has been a bit underappreciated in the past, Prof. Brendan Godley is currently leading the charge to tell the world what amazing activities … Continue reading

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Living with Environmental Change III

Another update on our currently running module “Living with Environmental Change” and another host of excellent guest speakers. At St. Lukes, we had the pleasure to hear Dr. Fiona Mathews talk about “The Environment and Reproductive Health”. Fiona has done … Continue reading

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Living with Environmental Change II

The Living with Environmental Change module might be one of the broadest modules taught at the University and this particularly well-illustrated by the diversity of guest lecturers featured in this post. Sean Meaden is currently finishing his PhD with collaborator … Continue reading

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Living with Environmental Change I

This semester, head of the European Centre Professor Lora Fleming and myself have started the brand-new undergraduate module “Living with Environmental Change”. Somewhat complicatedly, we are teaching this module to students in different years and in two different locations: the … Continue reading

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