New research has shown that despite moving house frequently, bats choose to roost with the same social groups of ‘friends’. The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, found that different social groups roost in separate, though adjacent, parts of woodland. 

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Exeter wins £1m funding for new initiative in bio-medicine

The University of Exeter has been awarded £1 million by the Wellcome Trust to establish an initiative aimed at advancing our understanding of living systems and the causes of disease.

New model gives scientists insight into cells’ fat-metabolisers

Recent research from the University of Exeter has demonstrated that Ustilago maydis, a fungal pathogen, can act as an excellent model to study the interplay of the fat-metabolising organelles of mammalian cells.

Bioscience researchers awarded Darwin Initiative grant.

University of Exeter researchers have been awarded a two-year grant to promote the conservation of threatened marine animals.