Monthly Archives: October 2011

A year abroad in Montana

BEES student Will O’Shea writes about his year studying abroad at the University of Montana: Mid-way through my second year I received an email from the School of BEES informing students of the option to spend their third year abroad … Continue reading

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Valoram- Ghent Symposium

BEES PhD student Siva Linga Sasanka Velivelli writes about a recent symposium in Ghent: I recently attended the 7th International Symposium on In Vitro Culture and Horticultural Breeding, held in Ghent, Belgium from 18 to 22nd September 2011. I gave … Continue reading

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Wildlife Research in South Africa: Never a Dull Moment

“Guys, as you can see the base has no fences so there is nothing to stop the animals coming in here. If you fall asleep on the veranda, the hyena can come in, and they will more than likely bite … Continue reading

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Millport Fieldcourse 2011: Scooby-Doo, The Newton and some fieldwork

by Vanessa Mazza We arrived to Glasgow airport on schedule followed by a 40 minute bus ride to the ferry. The most expensive ferry in relation to time took only 8 minutes to arrive to our destination, Isle of Cumbrae. … Continue reading

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