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Graduation Day 2014

On a sunny 17th of July, we gathered to celebrate the graduation of CRIPES members Dr Ellie Sherrard-Smith (Doctor of Philosophy), Mike Reynolds, Cormac Kinsella and Willow Smallbone (BSc in Zoology with 1st Class honours). (more…)

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Cripers to Tobago! Undergraduate field course 2014

In June, Jo C, Sarah, Jess and Willow set off for 3 weeks in Tobago to meet up with long term collaborators Cock van Oosterhout and Ryan Mohammed. This is an annual opportunity to instil CRIPES love in undergraduates, while teaching them all about ecological methods. (more…)

CUROP students under the spotlight: CUROP in the sun!

Mike Reynolds

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CUROP students under the spotlight: CRIPES and Engineering

Zach Smallbone: Undergraduate in Civil and Environmental Engineering (more…)

Your Worst Nightmare???

Of the 7 billion of us on the planet an estimated 1.5 billion are host to a small hair follicle parasite called Demodex. A group from children’s BBC television thought this sounded like their worst nightmare and in July Dr. Perkins featured on ‘Naomi’s Nightmares of Nature’ to allay their fears. (more…)

Universities Week 2014

Two of CRIPES collaborators have been selected to present their work at the Natural History Museum, London as part of Universities Week. (more…)

CRIPES at the British Society for Parasitology Conference!

From 6th – 9th April 2014, CRIPES members met up in Cambridge for the British Society of Parasitology Spring Meeting based at Robinson College, with the reception at the Fitzwilliam Museum. (more…)