Hear from our researchers about how they are working to improve our understanding of the natural world and how climate change and other factors are affecting our eco-systems, crops and weather
In this module, you can learn more about some of our staff and students working on topics linked to the enviroment. Their profile pages contain lots of information about them including their research, inspiration, and their STEM heroes, as well as short interviews. Even more staff and students can be found within the main profile pages, demonstrating lots of different pathways and careers within this topic.
Do watch the researcher talks and try the activities – it's all designed to bring these topics to life!
Talks by our researchers
Becky talks about how she is developing acoustic recorders to study at-risk ecosystems
Becky talks about how she is developing and accessing acoustic recorders to monitor at-risk ecosystems such as rainforests
Sally talks about her research into the banana weevil in Uganda
Sally talks about investigating the banana weevil in Uganda to better understand the links between climate, crops and pests
Sanjeevani talks about how she is improving our understanding of clouds using satellite images
Sanjeevani talks about how she will use new satellite images to better understand why clouds reflect light the way they do, and the effect it might have on our climate.