Monthly Archives: July 2015

LITSHONE NJANI, ZIMBABWE (Good afternoon, Zimbabwe)

Andrea Franceschin Zimbabwe is a country so rich that ancient legends say that God itself was ashamed of it as He gave too much to a single place of his Creation. I spent a fantastic 10 weeks in the Republic of Zimbabwe collecting data for my MRes research project. I was based at Dambari Field […]

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A project update from the UK: Partula snails

Aimee   For the past five weeks, Marwell has been my home-away-from-home, as I have spent most of my days there collecting data for my research project. My project looks at the risk of genetic adaptation to captivity, focusing on adaptation in Partulid snails.  The specific species I am studying, Partula varia, is extinct in the wild […]

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