Some more of our favourites bits so farLife Solved Series 6 is coming on the 30th of September
Life Solved Season 6 is Coming on 30th of SeptemberHere's a few of our favourite bits so far
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Fingerprinting Pangolin Scales To Fight Wildlife CrimeIn this episode of Life Solved, we hear about a cross-disciplinary project to help fight the illegal trade in plants and animals. Dr Nick Pamment tells us about his Wildlife Crime module and how this led to a collaboration with Jac Reed, a ..…
Understanding The World’s Most Endangered Great ApeThe University of Portsmouth’s Dr Marina Davila Ross tells us about her work studying communication in Great Apes. In this episode of Life Solved, we hear the call of Pongo Tapanuliensis, otherwise known as the Tapanuli Orang-utan, the third and mo…
Working with the antiques trade to change the law on ivory ft. Caroline CoxFor the rest of this series of Life Solved, we’re delving into the world of wildlife crime. The University of Portsmouth is addressing the illegal trade in animals and plants through cutting-edge research and real-world application. This ti..…
How has Covid impacted sustainability in our world and habits?Life Solved explores research and ideas from the University of Portsmouth. This time we’re asking if the coronavirus pandemic has created a dramatic setback for the global environmental crisis. From the vast increase in the use and disposal of PPE …
Democracy and Policing Under PressureThis episode of Life Solved from the University of Portsmouth explores what the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions have meant for human rights, democracy, trust and policing. We hear how narratives of control have played out in government policies and…
Tech, women and work in our post-Covid futureThe pandemic had a huge impact on working lives, lifestyles and employment for many of us here in the UK and further afield. In this episode of Life Solved University of Portsmouth researchers and business experts share their insights into what this …
Has Covid Changed Consumer Habits for Good?In this episode of Life Solved, University of Portsmouth researchers explore the impact of the pandemic on our shopping habits and consumer attitudes. We ask if Covid has changed the way we shop forever, and where the opportunities and tr..…
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