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THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS NOW CLOSED.
Applications are now closed for two Departmental scholarships.
Rapid human encroachment in Madagascar, especially in the more accessible lowland areas, is threatening the existence of lemurs, according to a team of Oxford Brookes University academics. A new study indicates that the few lowland rainforests left in Madagascar are crucial for lemur conservation.
A research project focused uniquely on the missing voices and experiences of Syrian refugee fathers and the integration of their families has been recognised by the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2019.
Professor Anna Nekaris and a team of researchers has conducted the first ever study showing that the wild nocturnal primate, the Javan Slow Loris (Nycticebus javanicus), communicates in pure ultrasound, which is inaudible to the human ear. Before the discovery, it was commonly thought that slow lorises are almost silent. The study involved following the animals throughout their active periods.
The first-ever sleep study on a nocturnal primate performed in the wild has provided fascinating insights which might tell us more about our own sleep patterns.
An Oxford Brookes University alumna has received a Fulbright Award for one of the most well-regarded and impactful scholarship programmes in the world.
New research published on 11 June 2019, in the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) journal, The Geographical Journal, reveals the daily disruption homeless families living in temporary hotel accommodation experience.
Scholarship available for International, Home and EU offer holders for the MSc Primate Conservation
The Oxford Brookes University GetPublished! Student Research Poster Conference is taking place on Friday 12 April 2019, 12:00-14:00 in the Forum, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus.
Oxford Brookes University hosted a workshop earlier this month (1 March 2019) at which academics from a wide range of disciplines discussed how language features as themes in research on emotion.