BEES on video

BEES on video

The School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at University College Cork is involved in research in a wide variety of areas. The videos below attempt to create a snapshot of some of that research.

Prehistoric Colour

Dr. Maria McNamara outlines here research on fossil colours.

Transforming Microbiology

An interesting video from our colleagues at the Environmental Research Institute

Fossicking in the Algarve

Prof. Mathius Schouten on Fossicking

North Atlantic Oscillation

Dr. Tom Kelly in the Algarve speaks about the effect of North Atlantic Oscillation on flora and fauna

Algarve Fieldwork

Students on the Algarve Ecology Fieldtrip with Prof. Gavin Burnell

Dipper Research

Prof. John O'Halloran outline a 20 year study of Dippers (Cinclus cinclus) in southwest Ireland

Field Courses

Prof. John O'Halloran outlines the importance of field-based learning

Work Placement

Emma Dennehy speaks about her work experience - trapping wolves in Northern Spain

Mid-Atlantic

Vice Head of School Andy Wheeler talks of major new discoveries on the mid-Atlantic seabed

Minister's Visit

Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Simon Coveney TD visits the School of BEES

Cheetah Studies

BEES researcher Tom Quirke talks about his cheetah research at Fota Wildlife Park and around the world

(Film by Dora Nike O'Donoghue)

First Catch A Swan...

Head of School Prof. John O'Halloran discusses one of the research areas which particularly interest him

Field Research at Fota Wildlife Park

Head of School Prof. John O'Halloran discusses one of the research areas which particularly interest him.

Forest Browsers at Fota Wildlife Park

Head of School Prof. John O'Halloran discusses one of the research areas which particularly interest him

School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

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