College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering Covid Update – August 5, 2020
An update from the College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (CoESE) at Bangor University on what life will be like for Computer Science, Ocean Sciences, Natural Sciences and Engineering students in 2020-2021.
Earth LIVE Lesson with Dr Christian Dunn : Why wetlands are nature’s superheroes!
Dr Christian Dunn is a wetland scientist. He loves nothing more than wading about in swamps, bogs and mangroves. Christian is on a mission to prove that these habitats are the most incredible, the most diverse and ultimately the most important ecosystems on the planet.
Go on to make a difference
Want to make a difference to the world around you? Learn more about how studying with us could help turn your passion for the environment into action to change the future.
Biological Sciences is one of the largest subject areas within Bangor University. Cutting-edge science is integral to our research programmes, and feeds through into the teaching environment.
Week in the life of a Zoology student
Follow Patrycja on a typical week to see what life is like for our Zoology students.
Talking About the Real Lion King
Dr Graeme Shannon from the School of Natural Sciences talks to us about Mufasa’s roar, Rafiki’s identity crisis and the inaccurate portrayal of the hyenas in the original Disney classic The Lion King.
Student Profile: Ryan Eddowes - BSc Zoology with Herpetology
Ryan is studying for a BSc Zoology with Herpetology. He tells us about his recent Course trip to South Africa, and also how the Bangor Employability Award has benefited him.
Postgraduate Student Profile - Dev Alkins
Dev Alkins is studying MSc Ecology at Bangor University. He tells us what's it's like studying at the School of Natural Sciences and why Bangor is a great location for the course.
Student Profile: Harry Ward-Smith - Zoology with Herpetology
Harry tells about his life at Bangor University and his interest in herpetology.
Kruger National Park Field Trip
Watch Biology students on the optional field course to Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Aberffraw Field Course
Students from the School visit nearby Aberffraw on Anglesey.
Research on African Cichlid Fish – Professor George Turner
Professor George Turner discusses his research.