Category: Photos

Episode 43: Living with anthrax in Africa

What is life like in an anthrax-endemic area of Tanzania? Join our anthrax research team on a journey to Maasai communities of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Enjoying the SCENEry

Living at the SCENE field station offers many magical moments given its wild setting. In this post Behind the SCENE’s Angus Lothian tells us us about some of his favourite adventures and shares his most memorable photos.

Naturally beautiful: PhotoSCENE 2016 winners gallery

During the course of research at the Institute, our staff and students are often rewarded with truly stunning views of the natural world. So it’s perhaps no surprise that a common hobby among our researchers is amateur photography! Together with the Glasgow Natural History Society (GNHS), the Institute runs an annual PhotoSCENE competition to find the best images snapped from the members of both groups. […]

Bunnies Keeping Warm

A very cool (pun intended) thermal image of rabbit babies huddling for warmth. You can hear Dominic McCafferty chat about this project in an upcoming episode, which will hopefully come out within the next couple weeks!

We’re Recording!

Just finished recording our first segment! Rowland Kao, Leoni de Wert, Zara Gladman, and Shaun Killen were in our extravagant recording studios (aka the Graham Kerr library) to chat about surviving every PhD students greatest fear – the viva! The discussion will air on our first episode, so stay tuned!