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Alex Little
Spotlight on.. Alex Little
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

At each SEB annual meeting, the spotlight is shone on some of the Society’s youngest and most ardent delegates during the Young Scientist Award sessions. In 2013, the Animal Section prize was awarded to Dr Alex Little for his talk on the ability of fish to alter their physiology during acclimation to a stressful environment - and if there’s anyone that can understand a stressful environment, it’s an early career researcher.

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Marine debris: Are there solutions to this global environmental problem?
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

Richard Thompson, a professor at Plymouth University and an expert in the field of microplastics, recently delivered a public lecture at the University of the West of Scotland, sponsored by the Society for Environmental Biology. Here Shanice Fagan and Shonagh Bell, two undergraduate students from University of West Scotland present their perspectives on the lecture.

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Muskox Wooly undercoat: Unexpected tool for health monitoring and conservation
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

Qiviut cortisol in muskoxen as a potential tool for informing conservation strategies

Shaun Killen
Standing out from the crowd
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

Nature is teeming with weird and wonderful relationships between individuals and their social groups, leading to a whole host of interesting and observable differences in physiological and behavioural traits. An upcoming session at the 2018 SEB Annual Main Meeting this summer entitled the “Role of individual variation in the behaviour of animal groups” aims to bring these issues into the spotlight, and Alex Evans gets to know a few of the speakers in advance of the session...