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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 […]

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GEE's Dr Nick Lane and colleagues in SMB and Chemistry awarded Leverhulme Trust grant for Origins of Life research

21 March 2012

21 March 2012
Warmest congratulations go to Dr Nick Lane, Professor John Ward (Dept of Structural and Molecular Biology) and Prof Julian Evans (Dept of Chemistry) who are co-recipients on a Leverhulme Trust research grant of up to £248,883 over three years for 'A far-from-equilibrium reactor to investigate the origin of life'.

We wish Nick and his colleagues every success with this exciting work.

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Nick Lane

John Ward

Julian Evans

Leverhulme Trust Press Release

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