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Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme for the Ecological Study of the Brain (Ecological Brain)

The Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme for the Ecological Study of the Brain (ECOLOGICAL BRAIN DTP) is an interdisciplinary programme that works towards an integrative science approach that brings together psychology, neuroscience, education, geography, computer science, engineering and architecture to bridge the gap between basic scientific discovery and the application of this knowledge. Read more

Understanding patterns in academic colonialism in ecological research (distance learning)

Despite increasing emphasis on increasing diversity in science and representation of minorities in STEM, there is surprisingly little scientific research aiming to understand and tackle current patterns and magnitude of scientific colonialism in ecological research. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: How parasites stabilise ecological communities and why it matters

Ecological communities are under extreme pressure worldwide. To guide conservation efforts and ensure that any interventions will be both appropriate and effective, we need to understand how communities work and respond to change. Read more

Social and ecological impacts of rewilding projects

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. (AERG). Dr Nikoleta Jones (Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University). Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Ecological drivers and conservation implications of parental care diversity in vertebrates

There are astonishing differences in whether, how, and how long for, animals care for their offspring. In most species, such as many marine fishes, parents abandon their fertilized eggs to their own destiny, which is mostly being eaten by predators. Read more

Effective monitoring of deep-sea fauna using towed cameras

Project Rationale. Responsible environmental monitoring is fundamental to understanding and protecting marine environments and the sustainable development of marine resources, such as deep-sea mining, offshore oil and gas, or renewables. Read more

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