Posted: 18 June 2014
New research shows that mongooses living in large groups have more specialised diets
Dr Harry Marshall, Lecturer in Zoology at the University of Roehampton, has completed a study offering new insights to how animals living in groups affects animals’ foraging behaviour.
Posted: 15 March 2018
New study predicting locations of Tiger Sharks may help protect swimmers from potential attacks
A new study in the Department of Life Sciences has found that tiger sharks, a potentially dangerous species for swimmers, in several countries (including the United States and Australia) are most active and abundant in coastal waters of 22 degrees Celsius. This study enables ecologists to predict tiger shark population locations, which may aid in protecting swimmers from potential attacks.
Posted: 8 March 2018
James Wong advises students on how to eat better
James Wong, a Kew-trained botanist, science writer and London broadcaster advised the Department of Life Sciences students on how to improve the health benefits of food.
Posted: 27 February 2018