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How do night-active lemurs that have typically poor colour vision identify the nutritious, tasty leaves to eat while avoiding the harmful ones?
How does Anthropology lead you to a career in the Ministry of Defence (MOD) or the Civil Service? Alumnus Paul Collinson recently returned to Oxford Brookes to give a talk to current Anthropology students on the unique perspective which the subject gives.
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A leading primate conservation researcher at Oxford Brookes University has welcomed the arrival of a baby gibbon - the first of the species to be born in the wild to parents that were rescued from the pet trade.
Madagascar is home to a group of unusual primates – the lemurs. A new study published today (31 October) proposes that the answer to their uniqueness may lie in the quality of the fruit they eat.
Earlier this month (13 October) the Minister of Finance for Norway raised eyebrows by dressing up in a Native American costume for a ministerial fancy dress party.
Dr Irmak Karademir-Hazir, a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Oxford Brookes University has been granted a BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grant. In her own words, she describes how it aids her research.
Maja Cederberg, a senior lecturer in sociology, is currently researching the migratory experiences of women emigrating from the Baltic states to the Uk.
Dr Tamsin Barber, a Senior Lecturer in Sociology, has been instrumental in developing research links with academics in Vietnam to understand what are the conditions, motivations and aspirations underpinning young Vietnamese migrants journeys to the UK and how do these change after migration.
A professor at Oxford Brookes University has been nominated for the prestigious Indianapolis Prize 2018 for her pioneering conservation work and research.