Visiting Professorships

  • Professor Shaaban Khalil from Zewail City of Science and Technology (Cairo) visited me at the University of Southampton during 2012, to work on a project titled ‘Neutrino Masses and B-L Extensions of...
    28 May 2013
  • Professor Rupert Croft visited the Astrophysics group at the University of Oxford as a Leverhulme Visiting Professor. The visit supported and enabled several productive collaborations on a range of...
    28 May 2013
  • In receipt of a Leverhulme Visiting Professorship, Dr. Stephanie Bryant from the Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado spent three months working with me,...
    6 Feb 2013
  • Human beings are essentially storytellers - as much ‘homo narrans’ as homo sapiens - and it is now widely acknowledged that telling stories to ourselves and to others is fundamental to establishing...
    11 Jul 2012
  • Nuptial food gifts are food items given by males to females at copulation and are an integral feature of the mating systems of a wide variety of insects. A recent hypothesis suggests that nuptial...
    11 Jul 2012
  • The diversity of plants on Earth is decreasing fast as a consequence of accelerating human pressure. At the same time, during the past few years scientists have documented numerous ways in which...
    11 Jul 2012
  • Tomaso Belloni visited the University of Southampton as a Leverhulme Visiting Professor between February and May 2012. Professor Belloni and I have worked together for a decade now, and our work is...
    11 Jul 2012
  • What is it like to have lived one hundred years? In the opinion of those who are active and well, what has contributed to their longevity? If asked to tell a story about being 100 years old what...
    15 Oct 2010