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Katie Devenish placement – UKRI Policy placement with Senedd Research

Envision student Katie Devenish standing in front of Cardiff castle whilst on placement

Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to do a 3-month UKRI Policy Internship at Senedd Research. The bursary provided by UKRI meant I was able to relocate to Cardiff for the duration of the placement, meaning I could work in the office, meet my colleagues face-to-face and attend First Ministers Questions and a […]

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Megan O’Hara

Megan O'Hara

PhD: What drives cold pulses at remote tropical reefs?  Location: Menai Bridge, Anglesey. SOS Bangor University. Email Megan O’Hara Linkedin I’m currently studying a PhD in Physical Oceanography at Bangor University titled “What drives cold pulses at remote tropical reefs?”. I hope to evidence that upwelling events recorded in the Pacific are internal waves by […]

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Lisa Goberdhan

Lisa Goberdhan

PhD: Functional Role of Uncharted Coral Reef Habitats in the Anthropocene Location: School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University Email Lisa Goberdhan Twitter My academic journey began at the University of the West Indies where I graduated with a BSc in Civil with Environmental Engineering in 2014. I worked in the energy sector for two years […]

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Joe Douglas

Joe Douglas

PhD: Urban greenspace – what attributes determine wellbeing? Location: Environment Centre Wales, Bangor. Email Joe Douglas Twitter I graduated from the BA Human Sciences course at the University of Oxford in 2018 – a degree that covers many academic disciplines across the biological and social sciences. My time on that programme gave me a deep […]

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Jessica Hey

Jessica Hey

PhD: How do birds contribute to the spread of antimicrobial resistant microorganisms? Email Jessica Hey Twitter Research Gate I am a PhD student at Bangor University, studying the role that gulls play in the spread of antimicrobial resistance. Antimicrobial resistance is a global health issue, and though it is a naturally occurring process, it has […]

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Jeronimo Cid

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PhD: Drought vulnerability of the date palm and its wild relatives Location: 3rd Floor, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology/Environment Centre Wales, Bangor University, Bangor and Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, London Email Jeronimo Cid Twitter ResearchGate: Jeronimo Cid I completed my Undergraduate degree in Forestry Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. My dissertation aimed to improve […]

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