Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be selected to attend the 12th ERASMUS+ Staff Training Week at the University of Malaga (UMA). The event had delegates from 32 countries and 42 universities, and I was one of three people attending from the UK. Our first day…
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Whilst nearing the end of my final year of my BSc Marine Biology at the University of Aberdeen, I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to present my Honours Thesis: “Assessing predator-prey interactions within an operational wind farm” at the Houses of Parliament in London.
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The Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) is the main organisation promoting the study of animal behaviour and the ethical treatment and conservation of animals in the UK. Each year, ASAB awards one early career researcher with the Christopher Barnard Award, recognising outstanding contributions by a new investigator…
Four people from the School of Biological Sciences travelled to the Maldives last month. That was PhD student Yehia Hazzazi, and Professors Adam Price, Jo Smith and Pete Smith. It was for the 2nd meeting of the £17m UKRI funded South Asia Nitrogen Hub (SANH) project that has 40 partner…
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:…
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