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  1. UCL Biosciences - Researchers teaching empathy for wasps with new…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/jan/ucl-biosciences-researchers-teaching-empathy-wasps-new-wasplove-game

    30 Jan 2020: Dr Seirian Sumner and her team in the Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment have launched an on-line game to build love and understanding of wasps and encourage them not to swat them.

    Dr Seirian Sumner and her team in the Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment have launched an on-line game to build love and understanding of wasps and encourage them not to swat them.

  2. Fully funded PhD positions at UCL-CBER | UCL Division of Biosciences…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/oct/fully-funded-phd-positions-ucl-cber

    29 Oct 2019: Professor Kate Jones is receiving applications for two fully funded PhD studentships to work on the Biome Health Project.

    Professor Kate Jones is receiving applications for two fully funded PhD studentships to work on the Biome Health Project.

  3. Four things bats can teach us about survival | UCL Division of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/aug/four-things-bats-can-teach-us-about-survival

    19 Aug 2019: UCL Biosciences, Professor Kate Jones and other expert specialists explain that we have much to learn from the animal kingdom.

    UCL Biosciences, Professor Kate Jones and other expert specialists explain that we have much to learn from the animal kingdom.

  4. New paper by CBER Student Lydia Franklinos on the Impact of Global…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/jul/new-paper-cber-student-lydia-franklinos-impact-global-change-mosquito-borne-disease

    2 Jul 2019: Given the increasing rate of anthropogenic global change, it is imperative that the drivers behind infectious disease emergence are better understood to safeguard future global health.  

    Given the increasing rate of anthropogenic global change, it is imperative that the drivers behind infectious disease emergence are better understood to safeguard future global health.  

  5. Professor Georgina Mace wins prestigious biodiversity award | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/feb/professor-georgina-mace-wins-prestigious-biodiversity-award

    6 Feb 2019: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  6. CBER to represent UCL on the Global Challenges Research Fund 'Hubs'…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/jan/cber-represent-ucl-global-challenges-research-fund-hubs-initiative

    29 Jan 2019: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  7. New spider named after UCL scientist Dr Ben Collen | UCL Division of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2019/jan/new-spider-named-after-ucl-scientist-dr-ben-collen

    25 Jan 2019: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  8. Monitoring urban biodiversity with machine learning | UCL Division of …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/nov/monitoring-urban-biodiversity-machine-learning

    29 Nov 2018: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  9. Negative biotic interactions drive predictions of distributions for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/nov/negative-biotic-interactions-drive-predictions-distributions-species-grassland-community

    14 Nov 2018: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  10. Why do we love bees but hate wasps? | UCL Division of Biosciences -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/sep/why-do-we-love-bees-hate-wasps

    19 Sep 2018: New study by the Sumner lab reveals that wasps are universally disliked by the public and this is most likely due to a low-level interest in nature and a lack of knowledge about the benefits wasps bring to our planet's health and function.

    New study by the Sumner lab reveals that wasps are universally disliked by the public and this is most likely due to a low-level interest in nature and a lack of knowledge about the benefits wasps bring to our planet's health and function.

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