Tag Archives: ECEHH

Living with Environmental Change 2016/2017

I am reaching the end of the semester teaching the module ‘Living with Environmental Change’ together with Professor Lora Fleming. (I have written four blog posts I, II, III and IV last year about the first time we ran this … Continue reading

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Living with Environmental Change IV

Our module ‘Living with Environmental Change’ ended a few weeks back and it is high time for a (brief) wrap up after the previous posts highlighting the guest lectures on the course (here, here and here). As the module was … Continue reading

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Living with Environmental Change I

This semester, head of the European Centre Professor Lora Fleming and myself have started the brand-new undergraduate module “Living with Environmental Change”. Somewhat complicatedly, we are teaching this module to students in different years and in two different locations: the … Continue reading

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Antibiotic resistance risk for coastal water users

Recreational users of coastal waters such as swimmers and surfers are at risk of exposure to antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to a new study¬† by Anne Leonard, Lihong Zhang, Andrew Balfour, Ruth Garside and Will Gaze published this week. We … Continue reading

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Self-funded PhD positions available

Advertised on the site FindAPhD: an advert describing opportunities to work with Will Gaze or myself at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health. Just to make it abundantly clear: this is and advertisement for a SELF-FUNDED PhD position, … Continue reading

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Lab Visitor: PhD student Katia Djenadi

Will Gaze recently hosted PhD student Katia Djenadi from Algeria for a collaborative project; below she has written an account of her stay: From Algeria to United Kingdom: Algeria is a country located in North Africa giving on the Mediterranean … Continue reading

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Introducing BSc student Abigail Colclough

Bachelors student Abigail (Abi) Colclough started her year long placement in the lab in July: high time for an introduction! She has written a first blog post here and will write more on her project on a blog she has … Continue reading

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