Gee Research Blog
Planning for the Future – Resilience to Extreme Weather
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 15:13:14 +0000
As climate change progresses, extreme weather events are set to increase in frequency, costing billions and causing immeasurable harm to lives and livelihoods. GEE’s Professor Georgina Mace contributed to the recent Royal Society report on “Resilience to Extreme Weather”, which predicts the future impacts of increasing extreme weather events, and evaluates potential strategies for improving […]
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Mon, 05 Jan 2015 11:33:21 +0000
Classifying a species as either extinct or extant is important if we are to quantify and monitor current rates of biodiversity loss, but it is rare that a biologist is handy to actually observe an extinction event. Finding the last member of a species is difficult, if not impossible, so extinction classifications are usually estimates […]Read more...
Changing Perspectives in Conservation
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:15:44 +0000
Our views of the importance of nature and our place within have changed dramatically over the the last century, and the prevailing paradigm has profound influences on conservation from the science that is conducted to the policies that are enacted. In a recent perspectives piece for Science, GEE’s Professor Georgina Mace considered the impacts that […]Read more...
Function Over Form: Phenotypic Integration and the Evolution of the Mammalian Skull
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:05:52 +0000
Our bodies are more than just a collection of independent parts – they are complex, integrated systems that rely upon precise coordination in order to function properly. In order for a leg to function as a leg, the bones, muscles, ligaments, nerves and blood vessels must all work together as an integrated whole. This concept, […]
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Phenotypic Integration and the Evolution of the Mammalian Skull appeared first on GEE Research.
The Best of Both Worlds:Planning for Ecosystem Win-Wins
Sun, 16 Nov 2014 12:25:44 +0000
The normal and healthy function of ecosystems is not only of importance in conserving biodiversity, it is of utmost importance for human wellbeing as well. Ecosystems provide us with a wealth of valuable ecosystem services from food to clean water and fuel, without which our societies would crumble. However it is rare that only a […]
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This is an annual event run by GEE that showcases the current research being undertaken by our post-graduate students. The symposium brings together a diverse range of research topics highlighting the enormous breadth and depth of science being carried out our department.
2014 Poster and Talk Prizes
Best final year talk - Winner:
Best final year talk - Runners-up:
Best Poster - Winner:
Best Poster - Runner-up:
Sayed Jaffar Abbas
Best First year talk - Joint Winners:
2013 Poster and Talk Prizes
Best final year talk - joint winners:
Best poster - joint winners:
Best first year talk Winner:
Best first year talk Runners-up:
2012 Poster and Talk prizes
Poster prize 1: Ben Garrod
Poster prize 2: Sahar Emran
Poster prize 3: Mirna Kovacevic
Talk prize 1: Anton Flugge
Talk prize 2: Avigdor Lerner
Talk prize 3: Jack Hesketh
2011 Talk prizes
First prize: Cassandra Coburn
Second prize shared by: Ripu Bains, Katherine Brown, Elisabeth Harley
Poster winners Verity Bennett, Anton Flügge, Avi Lerner
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