Coral reefs are tropical habitats made from living coral that thrive in the warm waters of the world. Unfortunately, due to global warming, these delicate corals are being damaged and the habitat they create is turning to rubble. In response to this, many research projects have been initiated focusing on restoring corals and rebuilding reefs…. Read more »
On Friday 11th February 2022 we celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science by highlighting some of KESS 2’s very own Women in STEM in a Twitter campaign:
Are wetlands the superheroes of the natural world? KESS Alumni Dr Christian Dunn from Bangor University discusses how swamps, bogs, marshes and fens are responsible for the creation of civilisations and cultures in this TEDx talk.
The 19th of December 2018 saw another successful delivery of a KESS 2 Winter Networking event, hosted by the team at Cardiff University. The event presented the opportunity for interaction and collaboration between KESS 2 participants and was well attended by students, academics and PGR administrators from the academic schools. The event opened with a fun session of ‘icebreaker’ questions which allowed delegates to get to know one another in their groups through the… Read more »
People working in creative industries in north Wales are to come together with experts from Bangor University’s School of Creative Studies & Media on 19 January in a networking event; Beyond Borders, expected to be the first of a series of similar workshops. This first event between lecturers and researchers and members of Creative North Wales is seen… Read more »
On Thursday 27th July at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, ESF funded project KESS 2 presented awards to three competition winners during an engaging evening of live Presentations and an exhibition of Research Images, titled ‘Making Waves’. The event, attended by students, companies and academics, showcased just some of the ongoing EU funded research… Read more »
Former KESS PhD student, Dr Iliana Bista, has published her latest research in the prestigious ‘Nature Communications’ with studies focusing on environmental DNA at Llyn Padarn in Snowdonia National Park. Read the full story on Bangor University’s news page here: www.bangor.ac.uk/biology/news/