ZooSoc Postgraduate Research Seminar series - Policy & Peacocks!
|Starts:||11:00 11 May 2016|
|Ends:||12:00 11 May 2016|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Life Sciences|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public, Post 16, Secondary schools|
ZooSoc's Postgraduate Seminar Series enables University of Manchester postgraduates studying animal behaviour, physiology, ecology, and evolution to easily communicate their research to students and staff in the university. Undergraduates in FLS may find these talks particularly interesting, not just to find out about some of the research that goes on in the Faculty, but also to give them ideas for their own future projects, be they volunteering in labs, looking for placements, arranging final year projects, or thinking about masters or PhDs.
Each talk is 20 minutes long or shorter.
"How does research feed into environmental policy?"
by Ciara Stafford, PhD student, FLS
" Understanding constraints on animal locomotion:
Sexual selection, fat birds and waddling ducks"
by Nathan Thavarajah, PhD student, FLS
Wednesday 11th of May
The Study, Manchester Museum
(above the Living Worlds gallery)
Travel and Contact Information
The Study (above Living Worlds Gallery)