Can Large MPAs Protect Tuna and Sharks?
Thu, 04 Jun 2015 14:04:29 +0000
a guest blog by David Curnick, written for the 2015 Write About Research Competition. With a global human population of over 7 billion it is becoming ever more important to manage our natural resources effectively. For centuries, the oceans have been seen as an endless bounty, ripe for harvesting. However, this simply isn’t the case […]Read more...
The department was formed during the recent reorganisation of the Faculty of Life Sciences by bringing together scientists with shared interests in genetics, environmental and evolutionary biology who had previously been scattered among a variety of distinct departments.
GEE traces its origins to the now extinct Department of Comparative Anatomy, founded in 1826 and the first in Britain to offer a Zoology degree. More about our history.
Above: Above: A sketch from Charles Darwin's notebook. The first-known diagram of an evolutionary tree, describing the relationships among groups of organisms.
Research in the Department falls under a number of overlapping research themes.
Embedded within the Department are a number of intra- and inter-institutional research centres and institutes.
The labs and research offices are housed in the Darwin Building, Gower Street, on the site of Charles Darwin's home.
Above: Fission Yeast
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