Background. Insects, both as pollinators and processors, are arguably the most important parts of our ecosystems. Recent studies have shown an overall pattern of significant decline in abundance and diversity of insect species across much of Europe over the past century (e.g.
Many natural populations are facing a “double threat” of reduced genetic diversity and new pathogen challenges. Therefore, understanding how hosts adapt to pathogens in small and fragmented populations has important ramifications for conservation, epidemiology and evolution.
This project will be focused on the interaction patterns within Mixed Reality (MR) environments, exploring the possibilities of interaction design for the novel ‘storytelling’ within the context of this frontier technology, to form information-rich learning environments.
The University of Liverpool's School of Histories, Languages and Cultures draws together a unique set of research and teaching expertise found across five departments in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Art History and World Art Studies is one of the world's leading centres for the study of art and material culture, and is distinguished from other UK departments by its interdisciplinary emphasis and truly global reach.