Radio 4 'Frontiers' programme available now
Seven of the more unusual areas of scientific research
Tracey Brazier and Alecia Carter are joint winners of this year’s Award for Outstanding Contribution. They were presented with their awards at the Newcomers’ Party on Thursday 11th November. This annual award is to recognise and reward a member of staff who has gone that extra mile for the Department in the last year.
Tip cells act as dynamic cellular anchors in the morphogenesis of looped renal tubules in Drosophila by Helen Weavers and Helen Skaer.
Landscapes of information: how information use affects ecological communities
The role of phenotypic plasticity in driving a remarkable adaptive radiation
Cambridge News slideshow of the whale being dismantled
Many congratulations to five members of the Department who have received awards in this year's Academic Promotions exercise, to take effect from 1 October 2013:
Students representing Trinity College did battle with Christ Church Oxford on University Challenge last night, winning a place in the second round.
A new children's activity book co-authored by the Department's Nick Crumpton has been published by Flying Eye books.
Professor Nick Davies has had a cuckoo named after him as part of the British Trust for Ornithology's cuckoo tracking project.
Institute of Continuing Education offers new year-long, part-time Undergraduate Certificate in Evolutionary Biology
Professor Jenny Clack awarded Glasgow Geological Society's T. Neville George medal; Dr Henry Disney awarded Honorary Membership to the Freshwater Biological Association