Final Reflection: A Summary of the Bio Enterprise and Employability Module

As part of my Bio Enterprise and Employability module for my third year at Bangor University, I was required to create this blog and posts based on five seminars and five modular activities. This posts marks the final task of the module; looking back on the entire module and reflecting on how it has affected … Continue reading Final Reflection: A Summary of the Bio Enterprise and Employability Module

Seminar #5: New discoveries in temperate bacteriophages

Temperate Bacteriophages are for life, not just for Christmas – 16/12/16 Presented by Dr. Darren L Smith, Senior Lecturer in Biology within the Department of Applied Biology, Cellular and Molecular Sciences/Microbiology Group, University of Northumbria The Seminar: Dr. Darren L Smith presented a seminar on genomic discoveries of temperate bacteriophages. Temperate bacteriophage refers to a … Continue reading Seminar #5: New discoveries in temperate bacteriophages

Seminar #4: Everything lives in a landscape of fear

Predators, Primates and Humans in a Landscape of Fear - 09/12/1 Presented by Professor Russell Hill, Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Durham University The Seminar: Dr Russell Hill presented a seminar on how fear affects animal behaviour. Dr Hill conducted his research at the Primate and Predator Project, an anthropology field station in Lajuma, … Continue reading Seminar #4: Everything lives in a landscape of fear

Seminar #3: Cape Horn provides scientific opportunities galore

Research Opportunities at the New Cape Horn Sub-Antarctic Science Centre – 27/01/17 Presented by Dr. Shaun Russell, Director of Treborth Botanical Garden, Bangor University The Seminar: Dr. Russell has been party to numerous research trips in and around Chile, South America, as Adjunct Professor of Natural Resources Management, Universidad de Magallenes, Punta Arenas, Chile. In … Continue reading Seminar #3: Cape Horn provides scientific opportunities galore