Monday, 27 June 2016

Postgraduate Seminar Series

College of Science Postgraduate Seminar


June - August 2016

Venue: Zoology Museum (unless noted otherwise)
Time: Thursdays 1pm

30th June

Becky Cliffe
Title:  Life in the slow lane: The sloth niche, divine or dangerous; a case study in Costa Rica
Marta Rodríguez-Rey
Title Disentangling the main factors for the spread of aquatic invasive species

14th July

Matteo Rolla 
Title Biodiversity conservation in alpine aquatic ecosystems in Gran Paradiso National Park (Western Italian Alps)
Waldir M. Berbel-Filho
Title:  Sex and parasites in the mangrove: who is winning the arms race?

28th July

Suzana G. Leles
Title Neither phytoplankton nor zooplankton: welcome to the mixotrophic world of marine plankton
Bethan Kultschar
Title Metabolite profiling of a robust cyanobacteria for industrial biotechnology
Dania Albini
Title: Morphological and chemical defences induced by Daphnia magna (cladocera) in two green algae, Scenedesmus quadricauda and Chlorella vulgaris. Modelling the strategy

Jessica Knoop 
Title: Seaweed aquaculture - challenges and perspectives
Sanaa Abed
Title: Natural enemy composition rather than richness determines pest density and plant biomass

11th August

Chloe Robinson
Title: O ye of little plague? Linking genetic diversity of North American Signal Crayfish populations (Pacifastacus leniusculus) with prevalence of crayfish plague (Aphanomyces astaci)”
Andrew Lucas
Title: From Community to Individual: DNA Metabarcoding Reveals Pollen Transport by Hoverflies
Dan Sankey

Title: The importance of body orientation in collective herding behaviour

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