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International Women in Science Day – Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Geography at University of Stirling. Her work aims to find new and creative ways to reduce environmental pollution and improve public health globally. We caught up with her ahead of International Women in Science Day to find out more about her. Read on Job title Senior

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International Women In Science Day – Dr Sabine Matallana-Surget

Dr Sabine Matallana-Surget is an accomplished Associate Professor of Environmental Molecular Microbiology. To celebrate International Women in Science Day, we had the opportunity to ask her some questions to discover what drives her and learn more about the inspirations and motivations that sparked her passion for a career in the scientific field. Let’s get started!

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International Women in Science Day – Sarah Watts

Name: Sarah Watts Job title: PhD researcher & Conservation Manager What course/subject did you study? Bsc in Ecological Science Briefly describe what you do and your areas of interest in your field? I am currently undertaking research for my PhD project “Improving outcomes in montane woodland restoration”, which aims to develop conservation management actions to

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International Women in Science Day – Becky Boulton

Name: Becky Boulton Job title: Postdoctoral research fellow What course/subject did you study? BSc (Hons) Animal behaviour Briefly describe what you do and your areas of interest in your field? I am an evolutionary ecologist and I work with beneficial insects like bees and parasitoid wasps. I am really interested in how these animals find

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#WomenInScience – Penny Johnston

Penny Jonston

Name Penny Johnston Job title PhD Student & Tutor What course/subject did you study? MSc – Big Data. MSc – Engineering Management. BEng(Hons) – Engineering Systems, Computing and Control. Briefly describe what you do and your areas of interest in your particular field? I am fascinated by how humans interrelate with the world around us.

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#WomenInScience – Kirsty Park

Women infront of a lake

Name Kirsty Park Job title Professor in Conservation Science What course/subject did you study? Biology at undergraduate level at Leeds University, and then a PhD in bat ecology at Bristol University. Briefly describe what you do and your areas of interest in your particular field? I work in the very broad field of conservation biology

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#WomenInScience – Dr Eileen Tisdall

Woman outdoors with hills and mountains in the background

Job title Lecturer in Environmental Geography What course/subject did you study? My first degree is in Geology, I have a MSc in Environmental Sciences and my PhD is in Holocene climate change. Briefly describe what you do and your areas of interest in your particular field? I use evidence that is thousands of years old

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International Women in Science Day – Susan Fitzer

Susan Fitzer

Today marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To celebrate #WomenInScience, we spoke with University of Stirling Research Fellow Susan Fitzer. Name Susan Fitzer Job title  Research Fellow Course studied  Marine Biology and Oceanography degree, Applied Marine Science masters and PhD in Marine Science Briefly describe what you do and your areas of

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