to learn more about the critically endangered Flapper Skate and general marine life in the North Isles.
Marine scientists in Orkney have successfully trialled a new method for investigating the fertility of the European lobster, one of the country’s most valuable catches.
“I am very happy to be featured in a country that has welcomed me with open arms and has given me the chance to speak about my life”
This year 10-15 places at Heriot-Watt’s International Centre for Island Technology (ICIT) in Orkney have been funded by the Scottish Funding Council.
an interactive educational resource for children which tells the story of the archaeological excavations of a pre-contact Yup’ik sod house in Quinhagak.
The Pain Research Laboratory at the University of Southampton is seeking teenagers & their parents to take part in a study about chronic pain.
“This study will give couples a clearer idea of their chances of conceiving naturally, even after IVF has been unsuccessful. “
The Trust is looking for volunteers to join its team on board Silurian for one to two week surveys running between now and October 2020.
the sea pangolin, is the first species at risk of extinction due to potential deep sea mining by humans.
The largest ever gathering a plant experts is taking place at the International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions World Congress at Glasgow’s SECC