Working under the guidance of Dr Leigh Jones, chemistry PhD students Mari Slater-Parry and Baba Fugu Mohammed, recently attended the 7th EuChemS chemistry congress at the ACC in Liverpool (26-30 August, 2018).
Publication date: 18 September 2018
‘High-yield’ farming costs the environment less than previously thought – and could help spare habitats
New findings suggest that more intensive agriculture might be the “least bad” option for feeding the world while saving its species – provided use of such “land-efficient” systems prevents further conversion of wilderness to farmland.
Agriculture that appears to be more eco-friendly but uses more land may actually have greater environmental costs per unit of food than “high-yield” farming that uses less land, a new study has found.
There is mounting evidence that the best way to meet rising food demand while conserving biodiversity is to wring as much food as sustainably possible from the land we do farm, so that more natural habitats can be “spared from the plough”.
Publication date: 14 September 2018
A Bangor University student has just returned home from a six-week expedition to Honduras in Central America. Molly Mannion, 20, from Bangor has just completed the second year of her four-year MZool Zoology with Herpetology degree.
Publication date: 30 August 2018
A geographic profiling tool used to catch serial criminals could help reduce the casualties of human-tiger conflict, according to scientists who collaborated on an innovative conservation research study.
Publication date: 28 August 2018
Inspired by broadcaster and naturist, Sir David Attenborough, a Bangor University student hopes to follow in his footsteps by bringing important conservation issues to the attention of future generations.
Publication date: 18 July 2018