Globale Märkte eröffnen Unternehmen große Chancen, ihre Gewinne zu maximieren. Dass Internationalisierung aber nicht immer ein Erfolgsgarant ist und viel Erfahrung benötigt wird, belegte die Innsbrucker Wirtschaftswissenschaftlerin Julia Hautz gemeinsam mit zwei Kollegen.
15 ancient skeletons have been discovered on an archaeological dig in Ipplepen, a major Romano-British settlement in Devon and now the best preserved Roman cemetery. University of Exeter archaeologists and a team of students and volunteers uncovered the human remains … Continue reading →
The world’s largest collection of Anglo-Saxon (Old English) poetry may soon be available on a smart device App, as part of a project initiated by the University of Exeter. The App is in its prototype stage of development but in … Continue reading →
Blanket bogs, which provide vital habitats for a unique range of plants, birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, are at risk of declining as a result of climate change. Research by the Universities of Exeter and Bristol in the UK … Continue reading →
The University of Exeter and parenting website Netmums are developing a new online therapy programme for postnatal depression. This innovative approach to treatment has been created in response to the stigma that still surrounds postnatal depression, preventing many women from … Continue reading →
A University of Exeter archaeologist’s research has uncovered the largest Roman settlement ever found in Devon. The discovery could force us to rewrite the history of the Romans in Britain. The discovery of a large Roman Settlement in Devon was … Continue reading →