Weekly seminars covering a range of topics Weekly seminars covering a range of topics

These talks take place on a Tuesday at 1 pm in EFRY 01.02. Note: many of these speakers and talks are provisional and subject to change.




Autumn 2014

7 October



14 October

Inigo Everson

Acoustic surveys of Lake Victoria for Nile perch, Peer review as an asset

21 October



28 October

Alicia Mastretta-Yanes

Landscape genomics of Mexican mountains: from gene duplication to Protected Areas conservation policy

4 November



11 November

Philip Saunders (ENV)

Provisional title: Investigating nest site limitation in the European roller (Coracias garrulus) in western Cyprus

18 November

Danielle Gilroy (BIO)

Provisional title: 'Immune Genes in the Seychelles warbler' - Molecular Ecology

25 November

Rebecca Franklin (BIO)

Subject area: the role of bumblebees in maintaining an Antirrhinum hybrid zone

2 December



9 December

Liam Crowther (BIO)

Provisional title: The colonisation of the UK by Bombus hypnorum, a rare window on the dynamics of successful invertebrate populations at large, nested scales. Some preliminary results  

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