My presentation at the Relevance of Collections in the Anthropocene conference held at the NHM London where I discussed how we archive superorganisms, and how termite collections from the past, present and future will continue to be valuable research tools. Continue reading How do we Archive Superorganisms in Natural History Collections?
Evolutionary Genomics – an exciting 1-week workshop understanding how to communicate in Bash, Turkish, and English! Hosted by the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Society of Turkey. Continue reading A Multilingual Genomics Workshop in Turkey
Our journal of Animal Ecology article, covered in Nature Research Highlights Continue reading Ants Dominate Clean-up in Tropical Forest Systems
My time at the California Academy of Sciences learning about USA entomology and supporting citizen science projects! Continue reading Awesome Entomology – USA Edition!
A short trip discovering the wonders of Taiwan Continue reading A Taste of Taiwan
As a research assistant with the Soil Biodiversity Research Group at the Natural History Museum, I supported the fieldwork at Maliau Basin in Borneo 2016 Continue reading Dreams do Come True: Tropical Ecology Research in Borneo!
Christmas Day 2016 with the amazing Snow Macaques of Nagano, keeping warm in the geothermal hot pools Continue reading The Extreme World of Japanese Snow Macaques (Nihonzaru 日本猿)
Inquiline species are the “lodgers” of the zoological world. Continue reading Welcome to our Mound, We Hope you Enjoy your Stay!
During my third year as an undergraduate ecology student at the University of Hull (Scarborough Campus) I shadowed Tim Burkinshaw and learned a lot about biodiversity policy and archaeologically important sites in North Yorkshire Continue reading Biodiversity and Ecology at Scarborough Borough Council HQ
What on earth is a fellowship? The only one I know of is the Lord of the RIngs… Until now. Continue reading Undergraduate Fellowship at the British Ecological Society