Student-led Away Day in Bristol

PhD students from across the BBSRC-funded South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP) enjoyed a student-led day of training at the Bristol Aquarium. Bioscience PhD Students from the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter, alongside Rothamsted Research, were joined by wildlife experts and entrepreneurs; Bristol Post’s Steve England, Ed Drewitt Read More …

Jeremy Froidevaux’s publication on the effectiveness of organic farming on bats and arachnids in Mediterranean vineyards

Organic farming has been proposed a key agri-environment scheme to counteract the negative impact of agricultural intensification on biodiversity. The high expenditure invested in this conservation programme has led to a rapidly growing number of studies evaluating its effectiveness. However, Read More …