I was very fortunate to be asked to participate in the Global Cambridge event in Bristol earlier this month. The theme was climate change and biodiversity. We had tea and cake, introductory talks by the panel, a lively panel discussion, followed by drinks. It was a real joy to meet so many enthusiastic alumni, who were positive and excited about the research we're doing in Cambridge!
I'm incredibly proud that Field Assistant Christin and Ronnie have been doing some vital outreach. I'm also delighted Christin has written a blog about it that is much better than I could do. Over to Christin! Focus, compose, shoot! On the most recent adventurous Wild Shots Course, Elephants Alive and Wild Shots Educational Outreach gathered 7 eager learners in a beautiful camp provided by Bateleur Eco Safaris to teach them about wildlife photography and conservation. The le
I'm currently advertising for a Research Assistant. Applications are welcome! For further details see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/12885/ We are looking for a full-time Research Assistant for 6 months (with the possibility to extend for a further 6 months conditional on funding) to address the potential role of tusk size in sociality in African elephants. The post holder will analyse a large database photographs of elephants in order to assess tusk size and potentially devel
I'm very proud to be a Research Fellow at Pembroke College. I had a wonderful time doing an interview on my research for the College Recorder, Alice. My favourite part was that she was fine with my idea that my dog Hershey should also participate. #College #Pembroke #research