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The School of Life Sciences hosted an open conversation on inequality in science and what Universities can do to improve diversity and inclusion in our field.
Liz Lee Reynolds
13 July 2021
We chat to alumna Amie Lenkowiec about her career which has taken her across the world
11 May 2021
What causes air pollution? Is it linked to climate change? And is our focus on outdoor air quality, and activities like the school run, correct? Emeritus Professor Ian Colbeck answers the key questions.
Research science is a backbone to Greenpeace's work, providing a basis for their campaigns and highlighting areas that need attention.
29 March 2021
For International Women’s Day we are shining a light on our diverse alumni community and the inspiring stories of where life has taken them since Essex.
08 March 2021
Republished from The Conversation, Professor Ian Colbeck, of the School of Life Sciences at the University of Essex, explains why ventilating indoor spaces could help us save lives.
Professor Ian Colbeck
11 February 2021
Augmented reality is helping deliver cutting-edge science sessions to students in Brent.
Dr Vladimir Teif,
Dr Mari Chikvaidze
01 February 2021
In 2019, six new Masters scholars were enrolled in our School of Life Sciences as a result of a £120,000 bequest from Doreen Desty, the wife of the late scientist and inventor Denis Desty.
18 December 2020
When it comes to removing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, we may have been overestimating the ability of plants
Dr Amanda Cavanagh,
Dr Caitlin Moore
11 December 2020
Dr Natalie Hicks is a lecturer within the School of Life Sciences. Her research looks at climate change and how elevated CO2 levels affect the chemistry of our oceans, and how the seabed is important in storing carbon.
02 November 2020