Charity network will grow with increased promotion
10 June 2014 A group of University of Canterbury students are keen to make Cantabrians fitter, not fatter, by helping a charity organisation. (read article)
Changes to the curriculum – themes, courses and skill-development
Our commitment to you is “At the School of Biological Sciences, we train modern, multi-disciplinary biologists, because you never know where you will go!” With this in mind we are making some improvements to our curriculum to meet your needs.
Two PhD Scholarships
The Freshwater Ecology Group is offering two fully-funded PhD studentships in freshwater ecology. The first in solutions for in-stream nutrient management in waterway restoration and the second in flow-related controls on stream food webs. Full details here: Freshwater Ecology
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Joshua Thia Studying towards an MSc in Evolutionary Biology
Events and Announcements
Nigerian forest research featured
Find out more about the history of the Biological Sciences' Nigerian Montane Forest Project by listening to an interview of Assoc. Prof. Hazel Chapman by Kim Hill on Radio New Zealand. Listen here via the RadioNZ website.
Bring back the moa?
Infectious research in Antarctica
A team of researchers, including our Dr Arvind Varsani, funded by the National Science Foundation (USA) has reported finding a novel papillomavirus among the Adélie penguins on Ross Island. Read more about this work featured online in The Antarctic Sun.
Discovery through photography
UC botanists discover and name a new mistletoe species (read article).
Seminars are on Thursdays at 12.00 noon in Biological Sciences, Room 275 of the Biology Research building, unless otherwise specified.
Seminar calendar and abstracts. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Title:Poly-Bivalency andDisordered Proteins in Ordering Macromolecular Assemblies: Insights from NMR Spectroscopy