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MResBEC
MRes in Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation at University College London , Natural History Museum and Zoological Society of London
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Kate E. Jones 🦇 Nov 29
IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD... ok, not really but had great fun discussing ‘what ifs’ on with the wonderfully brilliant
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Kate E. Jones 🦇 Nov 17
Wow! students have out done themselves on their blogs this year - from fuelling the rebellion, mass extinction, anxious plants, drones, wildlife in video games, tazzy devils and many more.... check out
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Ultrasophisticate 🦋 Nov 23
Bit of a different tweet to share a recent piece of uni work I did 🌱 Blog post looking into how increased Arctic ice melting will cause an increase in seal and otter deaths via PDV disease prevalence ❄️
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rosie Nov 21
My scientific poster for , presented yesterday, on the benefits of boardwalks 🧐
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9 lives of Sophie Nov 23
Issa field day at with students! Turns out setting up camera traps to monitor wildlife requires a fair bit of thought and calibration.
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Seirian Sumner Nov 25
This is awesome! take a look!
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Jess Williams Nov 20
Human-altered land uses favour affiliated with more extreme . Check out the next paper from my PhD that I’ve been working on with the amazing and 🌾🦉🐒🐍🐸☀️🌧
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EDGE of Existence Nov 19
Nepali EDGE Fellow Ashish Bashyal has made an incredible rediscovery of gharials in Bardia NP, where the species hasn't been seen in 30 years. He recorded over 100 hatchlings which is encouraging news for the survival of this Critically Endangered species
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Tim Blackburn Nov 20
Fellowships! Cool positions at a very cool location:
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Connie Whiting Nov 19
Wrote my first blog post! if you like have a read
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Tash Senior Nov 19
Is the future face of printed in 3D? 🖨️🦏🐢Check out the wonders of on my blog post
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Sarah Nichols Nov 20
Albatross populations are declining rapidly. But how can you tell what's killing a bird when it spends most of its life at sea? Check out my first blog post here:
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Amartya Tashi Mitra Nov 20
Awkwardly presenting my first scientific poster on the effects of boardwalks on the plant of Blakeney Point nature reserve
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Sasha Bradshaw Nov 17
Controversial new study claims the ancestral homeland of Homo sapiens has been pinpointed to Botswana! - BUT, it's a lot more complicated than that... Check out my blogpost below:
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Iona Cunningham-Eurich Nov 17
Check out my blog post to discover how to find traces of in pond water using and why this is important 🧬🐰🦊🐭 Artwork courtesy of my mum!
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Jenny Linden Nov 17
Wanna know how drones are used in conservation? Find out here:
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Sarah Pickering Nov 17
PCB Pollution: Is it killing the killer whale? Read about it on the blog!
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Elizabeth Lee Nov 17
what do my houseplants and I have in common? We’re both incredibly 😅🌱🌿🌲🌳🍃 find out what on earth a has to be stressed about at
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rosie Nov 17
The crucial need to improve HUMAN diversity in : my new blog for course - enjoy! via
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Monika P. Yordanova Nov 17
Everyone knows suck! In my blog post you will find out exactly how! Bzzz 🦟
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