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Department of Zoology Graduate Administrator

Research Studentships

B328: How does social behaviour change evolution? (Lead Supervisor: Rebecca Kilner, Zoology):
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B303: Evolution of red carotenoid coloration in birds (Lead Supervisor: Nick Mundy, Zoology):
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B334: Slippery surfaces and sticky fluids of carnivorous pitcher plants: biomechanics and ecology (Lead Supervisor: Walter Federle, Zoology):
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B312: Maximising Return on Investment for elephant and ape conservation in Africa (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Balmford, Zoology and *CASE* Partner Wildlife Conservation Society):
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B333: You are what your mother ate: how maternal nutrition impacts offspring health (Lead Supervisor: Sinead English, Zoology) :
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B329: Palaeontological and developmental approaches for resolving vertebrate phylogenetics and character evolution (Lead Supervisor: Robert Asher, Zoology):
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B302: Co-evolution of colour vision and coloration in colourful songbirds (Lead Supervisor: Nick Mundy, Zoology) :
B331: How mothers and early-life factors shape later development: investigating a pervasive phenomenon in an unusual model system (Lead Supervisor: Sinead English, Zoology):
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B324: Determining the biases and consistency in the evidence for conservation biology (Lead Supervisor: William Sutherland, Zoology):
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B335: Host specificity and the role of “wax barriers” in Macaranga-ant mutualisms (Lead Supervisor: Walter Federle, Zoology):
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B332: Mother knows best: maternal effects on climate change adaptation in a disease vector (Lead Supervisor: Sinead English, Zoology):
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B301: Dissecting the evolution of bright wing patterns in tropical butterflies (Lead Supervisor: Chris Jiggins, Zoology):
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