The School has excellent modern animal facilities and is home to some of the most exciting and innovative research work in all aspects of biology.
As a researcher in the School, you will have access to, and collaborate with, research-active academics working on high-profile studies and projects.
The School undertakes research into animal and plant biology at cellular, organism and population levels in order to answer fundamental questions on evolution and lifetime development. Animal species studied include a wide range of invertebrates and vertebrates.
Main research areas are:
Evolution of life histories Sensory biology Functional anatomy Behavioural ecology Evolutionary ecology Population studies and genetic variability Reproductive biology and embryology Animal-plant interactions Biodiversity Assessment and conservation of biodiversity Paleobiology.
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