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Nicola O'Byrne

Nathan Magnall’s Viva Success

Congratulations to Nathan Magnall who successfully defended his thesis ‘Multiscale analysis of the 2011-2012 Cordón Caulle rhyolite lava flow: commonalities in the emplacement of cooling-limited lavas’. Nathan’s supervisors were Mike James (LU), Hugh Tuffen (LU) and Charlotte Vye-Brown (BGS). His internal examiner was Steve Lane and his external examiner was Professor Katharine Cashman (Bristol). Well […]

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What’s Next After Your PhD?

What's Next After Your PhD?

Envision DTP and STARS CDT students were brought together to take part in a Careers Training Day ‘What’s Next After Your PhD?’. This training was held at Lancaster University on the 23rd January 2018 with 28 attendees taking part. The day was split into two parts with the morning sessions on planning your immediate future. Megan Webb, Research […]

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Communicating science at Unearthed; Edinburgh, ‘the free interactive showcase were people can explore the tools used to make science happen and see the extraordinary work of our scientists’

NERC UnEarthed event

In mid-November 2017, under the shadow of Arthur’s Seat, over 100 scientists convened at Dynamic Earth for four days of exciting and inspiring the people of Edinburgh and surrounding towns about environmental research. This was the Natural Environment Research Council’s ‘UnEarthed: Explore the World at Your Feet ’ event. In amongst stands where you could try […]

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Welcome to Envision DTP Cohort 4

Envision Induction Event

Envision DTP welcomed its fourth cohort of students at the end of October for a 3 day Welcome Event. This was held at Forrest Hills in Lancaster University. All 15 students attended this event along with their supervisors and the Envision Management Team. Throughout the three days students and supervisors participated in welcome sessions, training […]

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Public Engagement Training Day

Public Engagement Training, David Price

Envision DTP and STARS CDT students were brought together to take part in a Public Engagement Training Day. This training was held at Lancaster University on the 12th October 2017 with 28 students from both consortia coming to take part. David Price from Science Made Simple ran the day. David is a professional science communicator and […]

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Eilidh Forster

Eilidh Forster

PhD: Developing environmentally sustainable forestry value chains Bangor University Email Eilidh Forster Twitter LinkedIn My first degree was a MEng in Chemical Engineering from Strathclyde University. Since graduating I have had a varied and interesting career that has taken me from weather forecasting at the Met Office to working for one of the UK’s leading […]

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Jeneen Hadj-Hammou

Jeneen Hadj-Hammou

PhD: Functional changes in coral reef marine protected areas Room B46, LEC 3 Lancaster University Tel: 07508 120024 Email Jeneen Hadj-Hammou Twitter LinkedIn ReseachGate I moved to the UK in 2011 for my undergraduate degree in Ecology and Environmental Biology at the University of Leeds. After my second year at university, I decided to do an […]

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Impact of coral reef fish personalities on species persistence under environmental change

Impact of coral reef fish personalities on species persistence under environmental change

Coral reefs are undergoing substantial change around the world as mass coral bleaching and other disturbance events disrupt ecological communities. Animal behaviour is thought to be a crucial mechanism underlying this disruption, which could shape the potential for species to cope with on-going environmental change, yet our understanding of these links is in its infancy. One particularly interesting aspect […]

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