University of Exeter - Exeter Marine

Marine Research at Exeter

At the University of Exeter our world-leading researchers are committed to understanding all aspects of the marine environment - which is critical to our health and wellbeing.

We have an established reputation for working collaboratively with industry, policymakers and conservation agencies to deliver innovative solutions to real world problems.

We nurture future generations of marine scientists through research-led teaching and support international outreach programmes.

Our research impact includes:

Climate change
Man-made noise
Whale social behaviour

The University of Exeter's marine research benefits from collaborations with leading partnerships with:

Dartmouth Wave Energy
Met Office
Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Zoological Society of London

Staff data is shown for 2017/18

Contact Information
Director / Head: 
Professor Brendan Godley
Daphne du Maurier Building, University of Exeter,  Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE
Switchboard Number: 
01326 371861
Full Professors: 
Postdoctoral / Research Assistants: 
Lecturers / Senior Lecturers / Readers: 
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Funding by Source

Funding Proportion
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council 40-59%
Natural Environment Research Council 20-39%
Other public sector 20-39%
Government departments 20-39%
European Community 20-39%
Foundations, charities 20-39%
Higher Education Funding Council for England 0-19%
Higher Education Funding Council for Wales 0-19%
Scottish Funding Council 0-19%
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council 0-19%
Economic and Social Research Council 0-19%
UK private sector 0-19%
Foreign (other than EC contracts) 0-19%
Other external income 0-19%

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