Professor Jones and his team are using genome science to look at the relationship between buckweat and the bee over time – and hope to advance a more general understanding of the interaction between crops, their pollinators and people
Professor Richard Toye and Dr David Thackeray are looking at how twentieth century politicians have communicated with the electorate by means of election manifestos and addresses
Fiona Meldrum and her team are looking at what happens to crystals growing in nano-sized spaces
Study Abroad Student Gavin Tolometti is studying ancient lava flows in Idaho, USA, to compare them with lava fields on the Moon and Mars
Late imperial St Petersburg harboured an animal population that worked to support its growth and operation but also kept the city teetering precariously on the brink of a potential devolution into the noisy, smelly chaos of village life.
Do sodium and heat shape global patterns of biological diversity and activity? Tom Bishop is looking at ants for an answer
During my Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship I will be exploring early medieval stone sculpture of the Insular world (present day Ireland and Britain) and how it is an interconnected medium.