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Investigation and analysis of the anatomy of the muscles of facial expression

Project Description. Communicating with others via the face is crucial for navigating our social world. Difficulties in facial expression production can impact social interaction, characterising several clinical conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease. Read more

The comparative anatomy and evolution of the mammalian larynx

  Research Group: Behavioural Ecology Research Group (BEEC)
Research Group. Behavioural Ecology Research Group.  (BEEC). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Jacob Dunn. Theme. Evolution, Anatomy, Geometric Morphometrics, Communication, Language. Read more

The evolution of primate vocal signals: from call production to signal function

  Research Group: Behavioural Ecology Research Group (BEEC)
Research Group. Behavioural Ecology Research Group. (BEEC). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Jacob Dunn. Dr Claudia Wascher. Theme. Animal Communication. Read more

Healthcare Technologies Institute and Chemical Engineering

Additive manufacture (AM) of patient specific implants is rapidly growing across healthcare sectors. The versatility of AM has allowed for precise surgical planning and the generation of implants that accurately conform to the patient’s defect anatomy with minimal site preparation. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) The Eco-mechanics of Mammalian Combat

Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s evocative phrase ‘Nature, red in tooth and claw’ has often been associated with the evolutionary process (Dawkins 1976) and intra-specific conflict is a key aspect for understanding the mechanisms of natural and sexual selection (Smith and Price 1973). Read more

Sex and sperm wars: the behavioural component of infertility

  Research Group: Centre for Biological Diversity
Why is infertility so common? From both evolutionary and mechanistic perspectives, infertility remains a puzzle. Read more

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