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Tadhg Moore – EIL Travel Award Winner

3rd-year Environmental Science student at BEES, Tadhg Moore speaks about his volunteering work with EIL Ireland and his Mitchell Scholarship at University of Maine.

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TY2014: Plants, Harps and Nuclear Power Plants

Róisín Ní Chinnéide, Coláiste an Phiarsaigh The BEES TY programme began on Monday 27th January, where we were introduced to each other and to the course. I didn’t know what to expect from the week so having a few things … Continue reading

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River Management and Restoration in Spain

Four BEES PhD students (Fergus Mc Auliffe, Ruth Enright, Lucas Jagodzinski and Maria Kirrane) took part in the Erasmus Life Long Learning intensive research program “River Management and Restoration in the Atlantic Arc”. This project took place in Cangas del … Continue reading

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Impact of climate change on fishes of British Isles – an emerging research front

A paper written by BEES postdoctoral researcher Conor Graham with Dr Chris Harrod of Queens University Belfast has been selected by Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch® as a featured Emerging Research Front paper.  The article (“Implications of climate change for the fishes of the … Continue reading

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The Burren Fieldtrip: A lesson in Conservation and Landscape Management

by Ailbhe Murphy It was once said of the Burren, by one of Cromwell’s generals, that it was a place with, “not water enough to drown a man, wood enough to hang one, or earth enough to bury him”.  (Obviously … Continue reading

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Trees at University College Cork

University College Cork has a long and distinguished history of research and teaching of ‘Natural History’. From the appointment of the first Professor of Natural History, Prof. William Hincks in 1849 to the formation of the School of BEES in … Continue reading

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Creating a buzz

The following article comes from the Western People and features BEES student Maria Kirrane. She talks about her work towards the Green Flag award for University College Cork and her research on bees: A CLAREMORRIS lady has been blazing a … Continue reading

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