The global impact of our research is recognised by all major ratings, including the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. Studies into everything from wheat genomics to vision ecology and animal behaviour attract support from worldwide funders, including BBSRC, NERC, Marie Curie and the EU.
Our degree programmes are flexible, and all students complete field courses or laboratory workshops and independent research projects chosen from a wide range of options.
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Watch academics discuss their research.
- Moths strike out in evolutionary arms race with sophisticated wing design 24 November 2020
- Dr Colin J Mapes, 1938-2020 18 November 2020
- Fossil poop shows fishy lunches from 200 million years ago 3 November 2020
Research Seminar: Dr Rachel Page - Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
7 December 2020, 3.00 PM
Research Seminar: Dr Sam Ellis - Exeter University
14 December 2020, 1.00 PM
Workshop in Ecology and Behaviour Seminar: Dr Guillaume Chomicki (Durham University)
9 February 2021, 4.00 PM