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Occupancy, density and the ecology of terrestrial British mammals

Mammals include species of ecological, economic and cultural importance. Determining the factors that drive their abundance and distribution, and developing effective management, rely on sustained and widespread monitoring. Read more

Group think: The impact of sociality on brain shape in mammals

A defining feature of mammals is a large and complex brain. One of the most prevalent theories in brain evolution is the Social Brain Hypothesis, that large brains evolved to cope with processing increasing amounts of social information. Read more

Understanding comparative aspects of implantation in placental mammals

This innovative project brings together the research areas of placental and uterine biology, computational molecular evolutionary biology, as well as Bioengineering to understand how a fundamental process for pregnancy success occurs. Read more
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(BBSRC DTP) Promoting self-repair after Spinal Cord Injury

Understanding how some organisms successfully repair injured organs and appendages after injury is a long-standing question in the regenerative biology field with profound implications for human health. Read more

Fully-funded ACCE Archaeology project: Using Ancient DNA to explore the effects of land use change on small mammals

Lead supervisor. Dr Sophy Charlton (University of York Department of Archaeology). Co-supervisors. Dr Selina Brace (NHM) Dr Nathan Wales (University of York Department of Archaeology) Dr David Orton (University of York Department of Archaeology). Read more

The social side of symbionts: exploring bidirectional links between the gut microbiome and social behaviour in mammals

This project is part of the. DPhil in Biology at the University of Oxford. Symbiotic microbial communities can have pervasive impacts on the biology of their hosts, and the diverse microbiomes that reside in the mammalian gut are no exception. Read more

Patterns and processes underlying genetic and adaptive variation in the Namaqua rock mouse (Micaelamys namaquensis) from southern Africa

Small mammals provide important ecosystem services as pollinators and seed dispersers (Jones and Safi 2011). They also aerate soil, regulate insect populations, support forest regeneration and are a food source for snakes, bird of prey and carnivores (Pearce & Venier 2005). Read more

Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. Read more

Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. Read more

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