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Finding your Own Style

Joseph Massey reflects on the pleasures and challenges of research through the lockdown.

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Partners, Pets, and PhDs

April 2020 A few weeks ago, when the world was different, I began to write my second entry to this blog. With all the changes that have happened since then, the blog felt miniscule, irrelevant. It is only as…

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Images of Research – Data Incoming!

We challenged researchers to capture their

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Brilliant Research and Teaching

In this post, I wanted to share with you some work I’ve done with the Brilliant Club, a charity that puts PhD students into schools.

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Research Profile: Helen Reynolds

Research Project Title: “Indicators of pack cohesiveness and degree of social integration in the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) and its relevance to population management and recovery” The African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) also known as the painted dog,…

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My learning goal for 2019: Asking better questions

I don’t really do new year resolutions, but in the past  I have set myself what we might call ‘learning goals’ each year. Over the course of last year, for example, I wanted to become better at empathy. Whilst…

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