DTP student Alex McGoran was interviewed by The Natural History Museum about her research into microplastics and the recent post mortem of a Thames Estuary Seal.
DTP student Sam Jones has written an article for Geographical Magazine about his recent expedition to Mozambique.
DTP student Alex McGoran was interviewed by BBC News about her research into microplastics and their impact on aquatic organisms. As part of her PhD, Alex took part in a recent post mortem of a Thames Estuary Seal at the Natural History Museum, in the hopes of better understanding how plastic pollution is impacting these creatures.
Watch this 360 degree video taken by the ZSL Science team on board the Paamiut Arctic Research Vessel in Greenland, where DTP student Stephen Long conducted some of his PhD research.
DTP student Lucy Buck wrote about her recent trip to Mexico for the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR) blog, where she took part in the first 24-hour Pressure Cooker as part of the Understanding Risk Conference.
DTP student Leif Bersweden was interviewed for the latest episode of the Wild Flower Hour Podcast about his research on Orchids.
DTP students have been helping to run ZSL’s “Where The Wild Things Are” stall at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition this year, engaging the public with their research into wildlife ecology and conservation.
In a new study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, a team led by Huw Groucutt and Michael D. Petraglia and including DTP student Richard Clark-Wilson, has made headlines around the world for their discovery of an 88,000 year old fossilised finger bone from a lake site in Saudi Arabia, challenging the idea that humans… Read More ›
DTP student Ellen Coombes presented a Nature Live talk on Microplastics and Whales, as part of the Natural History Museum’s Operation Earth event on Sunday the 8th April.
A new study published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, led by DTP student Andrew Knapp has been featured on the BBC News website. Read the full paper: Knapp et al. (2018) Patterns of divergence in the morphology of ceratopsian dinosaurs: sympatry is not a driver of ornament evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society… Read More ›
DTP student Olly van Biervliet has made a video about his PhD project on natural flood management, which is available to view on the Van Walt You Tube channel.
DTP student Ellen Coombes will be presenting a Nature Live talk about The Social Side of the Killer Whale‘ at the Natural History Museum at 3pm on the 26th January 2018, where she’ll be discussing the social side of orcas, from close-knit relationships in family pods to sophisticated hunting techniques involving highly cooperative behaviour. Later… Read More ›
DTP student Leif Bersweden appeared as a guest on the first ever Wild Flower Half Hour Podcast.
DTP students presented talks as part of the Center For Ecology and Evolution’s annual festival celebration, Wallmas.
DTP student Stephen Long will be presenting a talk at the UCL Institute of Making on Tuesday 12th December.
DTP student Leif Bersweden has produced a key to complement the FSC Winter Trees Guide published by the Species Recovery Trust.
DTP student Stephen Long has been part of a ZSL team of scientists that embarked on a research voyage around west Greenland to survey the deep sea. Related links: ZSL Wild Science Blog: Sea cucumbers, carnivorous sponges and other deep sea creatures Exploring the habitats on the seabed of West Greenland Benthic communities off the… Read More ›
DTP student Leif Bersweden has published a book entitled, “The Orchid Hunter: A young botanist’s search for happiness“. The book chronicles Leif’s mission one summer – to find every species of orchid native to the British Isles, a task nobody had ever managed within a single growing season. Related events: Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford –… Read More ›
DTP student Dani Rabaiotti has co-authored a popular science book with Nick Caruso entitled “Does it Fart? A Definitive Guide to Animal Flatulence“. The book began as an innocent question on Twitter, which sparked the imagination of scientists and non-scientists alike. The result is an authoritative guide to animal flatulence, with contributions from dozens of… Read More ›
DTP students Sally Faulkner and Michael Stevens have co-authored an article for Chalkdust Magazine on geographic profiling, entitled: “Geographic Profiling: Murder, Maths, Malaria and Mammals“. Imagine you’re a police officer working on a huge case of serial crime. You’ve been handed the list of suspects, but to your horror 268,000 names are on it! You… Read More ›