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The best possible thing to do on a Saturday afternoon: Meet Regan Early

Dr. Regan Early is a Lecturer in Conservation Biology at the University of Exeter. She studies the effect of human activity on wildlife all around the world. Come and see her in Exeter on the 11th of June where she … Continue reading

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The academic route is not for the fainthearted: Meet Samantha Terry

Dr Samantha Terry is currently a lecturer in Radiobiology at King’s College London. She is a biologist and has participated in many different type of science communication, including ‘I’m a scientist, get me out of here’ and ‘Pint of Science’. … Continue reading

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Why I love being a lecturer – by a lecturer in the first year of the job

By Dr Regan Early (@ReganEarly), based at the University of Exeter. Regan studies the effects of human activity on wildlife around the world. Her basic approach is to use patterns in species distributions to understand many aspects of species ecology – climate tolerances, biotic … Continue reading

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From a 11+ chemistry set to eating behaviour research: Meet Laura Wilkinson

Laura Wilkinson (@LLWSwansea) is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Swansea University. Laura’s research focuses on the psychology of eating behaviour with a special interest in how some individuals regulate their emotions with food – especially those who are highly … Continue reading

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Be stubborn and pursue your dream: Meet Sarah Dalesman

Sarah Dalesman (@Snail_memory) is a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow and lecturer in freshwater biology and animal behaviour at Aberystwyth University. Her research focuses on why animals differ in their ability to learn and form memory and how stress impacts … Continue reading

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My love of science began in the kitchen: Meet Diane Lees-Murdock

Diane Lees-Murdock (@StemCelPostgrad) is a lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Ulster. Her research aims to help facilitate the use of stem cells to treat diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s among others. Here, she tells us … Continue reading

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