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And then there were 6

May 20th, 2022|Comments Off on And then there were 6

Introducing our newest lab member, Taylor Rubin, who will do her PhD research with us. Taylor comes with a slightly unconventional and super appealing background. She obtained her master’s degree in neuroscience and animal behaviour [...]

The Urban Ecology lab is growing

March 3rd, 2022|Comments Off on The Urban Ecology lab is growing

Sulaimon Lawal will soon join our lab as my first PhD student. He grew up (and still lives) in Lagos, the largest of Africa’s three megacities. Sub-Saharan Africa! The motherland for our species. The only [...]

Just out – Human dimensions of bat conservation

September 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Just out – Human dimensions of bat conservation

Back in 2019, at the International Bat Research Conference in Phuket, Thailand, I gave a talk on knowledge and views of bats among Singaporeans - the work of my honours student, Cheryl YIP. At the [...]

Just out: insect bats & LED streetlighting

May 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Just out: insect bats & LED streetlighting

These days, we recognise that cities play a starring role in the global climate crisis. Indeed, at least 70 % of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions come from cities themselves or activities that take place [...]

Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice

November 29th, 2020|Comments Off on Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice

In our final post, we are asked to critically reflect on our overall ONL202 learning journey. To that end, we are given five guiding questions. What are the most important things that you learnt through [...]