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Poet in Residence for the Lighthouse Field Station

Poet, writer and performer Genevieve Carver is currently working with SBS marine biologists at the Lighthouse Field Station in an exciting new arts-science collaboration.  She’ll be taking inspiration from marine science to develop creative outputs integrating poetry, spoken word, audio and video.

Genevieve is engaging with two main fieldwork projects:…

Published by The School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen

The Charles Sutherland Scholarship Fund

In April 2022, I was extremely fortunate to be awarded funds from the Charles Sutherland Scholarship fund which allowed me to attend the 27th European Meeting for PhD students in Evolutionary Biology (EMPSEB) conference in Espoo, Finland. As I started my PhD studentship during the COVID-19 pandemic in September 2020,…

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Reprothon: how reproducible is our code?

Reproducibility has always been an important component of good research, and as time has gone on, more and more journals are now requesting full code used for data-handing and analysis to accompany manuscripts. But the big question is: how reproducible is our code, really? How long does a script we’ve…

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Presenting at the 6th International Marine Connectivity Conference

While we, Fenella and Tanja, are spending most of our time obtaining and analysing genetic data from our elasmobranch species, there comes a time when we get to share our work with others. Especially inspiring for us as PhD students are scientific conferences, where experts from our field present their…

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A training event on Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) for the South Asia Nitrogen Hub (SANH)

In the week of 7th-11th of June 2021 Aberdeen partners delivered a planned training event called SANH BAAP GWAS Training Workshop. It ran for four hours every day for a week and was attended by 25 trainees and three trainers.

SANH is a £17M GCRF project funded by UKRI with…

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