u3a

Exmouth & District

Group Category: Science and Technology

  • Website Developers

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  • Archaeology

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  • Science Matters

    Science matters is for anyone who wants to discuss or learn more about the scientific aspects of our world. It’s suitable for people with a science background but also for those with little or no scientific knowledge – just an interest in the topic being discussed or presented. These could include subjects like artificial intelligence (AI),… Read more

  • Natural History

    Meetings are held at a range of locations. The visits for the year are decided at an annual planning meeting in January. We visit nature reserves and other places of interest to explore habitats and learn about the needs of different species of plants and animals. There is very often a guided tour or talk… Read more

  • iPad for new users

    This group has a good number of active participants. This group meets in the facilitator’s home between September and Easter. Participants, who are welcome to join at any time of the year, range from complete beginners to those who are confident iPad users but aware that they don’t know what they don’t know! Read more

  • Computers and New Technology

    This informal group is for those who wish to learn more about how to use their computers and other new technology, whether beginners or more experienced users. Just bring your laptop computer, tablet or smartphone along (or have it ready if we are holding the session on Zoom) and we try to sort out any… Read more

  • Botany for Everybody

    Beginners, improvers and experts are all welcome. The aim is to develop and extend plant identification skills during botany field meetings at a range of sites that reflect the different habitats found in Devon. Eye lenses will be available to help with identification or purely for the pleasure of seeing the detail in tiny flowers… Read more

  • Geology

    As a Geology group we have looked at the history of the UK in particular, over 4600 million years ago. The group have looked at many different maps showing how the rock strata and landscapes have developed over time. On a number of occasions practical sessions have been held to examine geological samples. This active,… Read more