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  • Livingstone's fruit bat
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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    September 29, 2020

    The social lives of bats - new paper published

    One of our department's PhD students, Morgan Welch, has just had her first research paper published in the journal Animals. Morgan's PhD focuses on the behaviour and welfare of Livingstone's fruit bats

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  • Livingstone's fruit bat
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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    June 9, 2020

    Sharing our science with the public

    In February 2020, members of our department shared their research with the public at two local events: Chester SciBar and Chester Zoo's Conservation & Cocktails event.

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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    May 14, 2020

    Bitterlings come to Chester!

    On 9th December, Professor Carl Smith delivered a fascinating research seminar summarising over 20 years of research on bitterlings - various species of fish found in shallow water habitats.

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  • Rachel presenting a poster
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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    May 14, 2020

    PhD students to present at the Ecological Genetics Group

    PhD Students Kate Peters and Rachel Ball have both had abstracts accepted at the BES Ecological Genetics Group conference which will be held at the University of St Andrews later on in the year.

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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    January 23, 2020

    Prof Cynthia Burek helps promote female participation in research

    In December 2019, Professor Cynthia Burek signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Univerity's previous Vice Chancellor Professor Tim Wheeler.

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  • Carneddau ponies
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    Posted by Dr Christina Stanley , Senior Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Programme Leader for MSc Animal Behaviour & MSc Animal Welfare
    January 6, 2020

    New research project on welfare assessment of free-living ponies

    Biological Sciences MRes student Jessica Harley is to develop a welfare assessment protocol for free-living and conservation grazing ponies.

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