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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- Deaf moths evolved noise-cancelling scales to evade prey 26 February 2020
- Gene loss more important in animal kingdom evolution than previously thought 25 February 2020
- Mya-Rose Craig becomes youngest Briton to be awarded honorary degree 20 February 2020
Research Seminar: Dr Lucy Rowland - University of Exeter
2 March 2020, 1.00 PM
CANCELLED: Workshops in Ecology and Behaviour: Professor Darren Croft - University of Exeter
10 March 2020, 4.00 PM
Workshops in Ecology and Behaviour: Dr Alexander Piel - Liverpool John Moores University
21 April 2020, 4.00 PM