A team of researchers from the School of Environment & Life Sciences are pioneering the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) to assess and monitor shark biodiversity in Caribbean marine ecosystems.
Last week the University of Salford welcomed a high-profile group of international researchers from the Terrestrial Laser Scanner International Interest Group (TLSIIG).
The University of Salford has contributed to the discovery of a new cancer gene which will enable scientists to develop a less invasive test for chronic blood cancers.
Evolutionary biologist Professor Stefano Mariani has co-edited a book published by Elsevier/Academic Press about the study of fish population structure.
Professor Stephen Martin from the School of Environment & Life Sciences has been appointed to the Pollinators Expert Advisory Group at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
A geography student from the University of Salford has been training as an Army Reservist in Italy.
A University of Salford student has been developing a series of innovative measures to tackle river pollution in Greater Manchester.
There’s been plenty to celebrate for the School of Environment & Life Sciences this week at graduation, with a round of awards for outstanding teaching staff, departments and alumni who have made a real difference.
All of the staff of the School of Environment & Life Sciences would like to offer our warmest congratulations to all of the class of 2013 who graduated yesterday.
University of Salford graduate and renowned nutritional biochemist, Jeannette Jackson, has teamed up with top celebrities to launch StarBites, a recipe e-book created for children’s cancer charity KidsCan.