Month: September 2017

Congratulations to Anne – now Professor Goodenough!

Here, Adam Hart writes the last in this week’s series on new developments in Biosciences… and this one is particularly special! Going to University can be confusing enough but on top of knowing your protostomes from your deuterostomes…

Introducing our new Lecturer – Dr Mark O’Connell

I was 8 years and 1 day old when humans first landed on the moon in the summer of 1969. It was said at that time “we went to the moon and discovered the earth”. This was because…

Hats off to our 2017 University Teaching Fellows

We take our teaching seriously here in Biosciences, and it’s great to see this recognised by the awarding oftwo new University Teaching Fellowships for 2017, awarded to Julia Webb (left) and Sally Rogers (right)… that’s Jon Hobson from Sociology…

Big science on tiny wasps

For my dissertation project, I was lucky enough to have sourced myself a unique opportunity, and be in the position, to do research at the Natural History Museum, London. I worked on a genus of parasitoid wasp called…