Upcoming Seminars

Thursdays (in term time) 1 – 2 pm in the Zoology Museum, Wallace Building, Singleton Campus For any inquiries, please contact Dr Eva Sonnenschein e.c.sonnenschein@swansea.ac.uk

DateSpeakerSeminar Title
9 May Dr Rob Heathcote, University of Bristol TBD
2 May Prof Carlos Garcia de Leaniz, Swansea University TBD
11 April Dr Alla Silkina, Swansea University TBD
21 March Prof Sonia Consuegra, Swansea University Less can be more: Understanding the adaptive role of epigenetics using naturally inbred fish
7 March Dr Kim Stokes, Swansea University Depth-use ecology of sea turtles
29 Feb Dr Dan Forman, Swansea University ‘Otterly’ Ecological
22 Feb Prof Boris Schröder-Esselbach, TU Berlin Coastal ecosystem services, restoration of seagrass meadows, and spatio-temporal dynamics of brackish marshes – ecological modelling provides key contributions to coastal ecology
8 Feb Brandon Shaw, Loughborough University Accessory to Murder: Carnivorous Plants Host Diverse Fungal Endophyte Communities Driven by Host Functional Traits
18 Jan Prof Tariq Butt, Swansea University Metarhizium, a multifunctional fungus
11 Jan Billy Moore, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Effects of marine warming on the metabolism and transcriptome of clownfish