Monthly Archives: March 2012

BEES student continues her study of wildlife biology on the slopes of Hawaii’s volcanoes

Susan O’Donohoe trained and worked for a number of years as a Montessori school teacher. Having completed the Diploma in Field Ecology in the School of BEES, UCC, Susan has worked with the US Forest Service in Oregon and is … Continue reading

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Plant Science links to South America

Plant Science PhD student Siva Velivelli is just back from a trip to Bolivia as part of his research project. Here, he tells us more about the trip and the VALORAM project. I recently travelled to Bolivia (South America) to … Continue reading

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MSc Trip to Millport

Students on the MSc Marine Biology course travelled to the Marine Biological Station at Millport, Scotland recently. Here’s their report: The trip started off on Sunday morning at Cork airport with certain individuals, not naming names (Elizabeth Dwyer!) looking like … Continue reading

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