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Climate-threatened animals unable to relocate

Climate-threatened animals unable to relocate properly

According to University of Exeter study, 30 of the 62 mammal species will have their habitat substantially affected by climate change but don't have the characteristics...
Factors that support quality of life in people with dementia. CREDIT University of Exeter

Scientists unveiled key factors to support quality of life in dementia

According to a new study by the University of Exeter in collaboration with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the National for Health...
An artist rendition of ‘hot Saturn’ WASP-96b. A distant observer would see WASP-96b blueish in colour, because sodium would absorb the yellow-orange light from the planet’s full spectrum. Image credit: Engine House

Astronomers detected an exoplanet atmosphere free of clouds

An international team of astronomers, led by Dr. Nikolay Nikolov from the University of Exeter have detected an exoplanet atmosphere that is free of clouds....
The exoplanet WASP-107b is a gas giant, orbiting a highly active K-type main sequence star. The star is about 200 light-years from Earth. Using spectroscopy, scientists were able to find helium in the escaping atmosphere of the planet — the first detection of this element in the atmosphere of an exoplanet. (Photo credit: ESA/Hubble, NASA, M. Kornmesser)

Scientists detected Helium in exoplanet atmosphere

For the first ever time, an international team of led by Jessica Spake from the University of Exeter, have discovered evidence of the inert gas...
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9 out of 10 people worldwide breathe polluted air

According to a new data by the World Health Organization, almost 7 million deaths occur worldwide a year due to air pollution. This suggests...
Discovery of immune cells able to defend against mutating viruses could transform vaccine development

New discovery of immune cells could prevent against mutating viruses

Influenza, Dengue fever, and AIDS are caused by viruses which constantly mutate. And when these viruses mutate, vaccines become ineffective. Current vaccines can provide good...
Research has also shown that human noise can hamper the development of some young fish

Fish have ears, so man-made noise threatens their survival

An 'acoustic mist' from speedboat clamor, submerged development, and other man-influenced marine sounds to can undermine the survival of fish and their capacity to...
Climate change could raise food insecurity risk

Climate change could raise food insecurity risk, study

Environmental change is relied upon to prompt more extremes of both overwhelming precipitation and dry season, with various impacts in various parts of the...
Mangrove rivulus jumping

Experience trumps youth among jumping fish

Specialists from the University of Exeter and Alabama took a gander at how physical characteristics and age influenced how far the fish – found...

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