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“Communicating your science” – My Experiences

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In early January I found details of an amazing sounding course, run jointly by the British Ecological Society (BES) and the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), entitled “Communicating your science: an introduction to social and traditional media”. This course offered the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in how to communicate science, designed specifically for […]

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Scientific Publications

ALGAR, A. & TARR, S. 2018. Fossils, phylogenies and the evolving climate niche. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2, 414-415. BLOCKLEY, S., CANDY, I., MATTHEWS, I., LANGDON, P., LANGDON, C., PALMER, A., LINCOLN, P., ABROOK, A., TAYLOR, B., CONNELLER, C., BAYLISS, A., MACLEOD, A., DEEPROSE, L., DARVILL, C., KEARNEY, R., BEAVAN, N., STAFF, R., BAMFORTH, M., TAYLOR, M. & […]

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Cabinet Office Policy Placement

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At the end of February 2017 I stopped research for my PhD to go on placement with the Cabinet Office’s new Open Innovation Team. On my first day I found myself heading to London Bridge to visit the Shard where the team was leading a workshop on mental health policy for researchers, clinicians, charity workers, […]

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Investigating sea ice and Bering Sea palaeoceanography during the middle Pleistocene global climatic shift

Elphidium batialis

Savannah Worne The NERC Isotope Geoscience Facilities Steering Committee is an excellent opportunity for UK based researchers to apply for funding with which they can undertake stable isotope analyses at the NERC Isotope Geosciences Facilities (NIGF; http://www.bgs.ac.uk/sciencefacilities/nerc.html). Applying and being awarded this grant was an essential part of my PhD research and will provide a […]

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Tim Peters and Dwynwen Cider

Tim Peters and Dwynwen Cider

Since moving to North Wales to start a forestry degree at Bangor University, I noticed many productive apples trees were not being picked and that the fruit was going to waste. As I was brought up among Kent’s productive apple orchards, I have always had a passion for traditional cider production and home brewing, so […]

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