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Dr Hazel Jackson
Science Director . Research Associate . Evolutionary conservation geneticist, with a particular love of parrots. Views are my own.
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Replying to @FernRiddell
YAAASSSSSSS 🎸🎸🎸🎸🤟🏻🤟🏻🤟🏻
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Dr Darren Saunders Mar 18
The obsession with WHERE something is published, not WHAT is published, has to be one of the most toxic influences in all of academia. Among a crowded field...
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 18
Outrageous! 😡
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WildJustice_org Mar 17
Wildlife campaigners take legal action against 'pest' bird killings
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 16
As in you need a vet? Or perhaps the could help. I’m a scientist so not sure I can help if it’s medical....
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TED Talks Mar 15
Students around the world are striking today to demand action on climate change. Many were inspired by 16-year-old , who was just nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Watch Greta's full TED Talk here:
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Carl Bovis Mar 15
Boycott until this ridiculous netting is removed!😡 They can afford to employ someone to wipe the trollies down if the bird droppings are that bad! Swallows could fly 5000 miles, negotiating the Sahara desert, only to get killed by Tescos nets!
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DICE Kent Mar 15
For the DICE talks series, from is giving a public lecture on "Tigers, babirusas, mantas: conserving Indonesia's rich wildlife" on Thu Apr 4th in Canterbury. Everyone is welcome! Facebook details: Mailing list:
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 16
Replying to @michelebusby
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 16
This is just outrageous.
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🦜 Parrot Of The Day 🗓 Mar 15
There will be no today. We’ll just focus on our love for New Zealand, its parrots, and its people. Juvenile kea (Nestor notabilis) in flight, Mt Cook National Park, South Island. Pic ©️ by Corey Mosen via
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 15
My interview with Parkinson’s Life Magazine. we fund research developing human models to help us treat human diseases.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Mar 15
I’m very lucky in my job to work with scientists working on cutting edge research.
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🦜 Parrot Of The Day 🗓 Mar 14
Two endangered kākā (Nestor meridionalis) on Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara, off Stewart Island/Rakiura, 30km from the southern end of New Zealand’s South Island. Pic by Greg Miles
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Gaius tweets progress. Mar 13
Another problem in moving on from academia is the myth that all other jobs are boring, uninteresting 9-to5 jobs, and all the work of your PhD would be wasted. Repeat after me: there are many interesting and challenging science careers outside academia.
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World Parrot Trust - UK Mar 14
Did You Know? The White-bellied is one of the two of with white bellies; the other being the Black-headed Caique. Find out more about this species:
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 13
. would be a wonderful Nobel Peace Laureate. I support her nomination, and hope it succeeds.
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Rob Yorke Mar 12
A distraction. A long-tailed tit sewing its nest. From the series
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Steve Portugal Mar 13
Congratulations to our PhD student Jenny Cantlay who has had her first PhD paper accepted in today - all about avian vision!
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