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The rainforests of Borneo have many dangers, especially for the more vulnerable prey species. But, these threats may be reduced if different species work together to deter a predator.
On Friday 10th March, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences hosted an event to promote and celebrate the recent publications from academics across the faculty.
Numerous academics in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have been awarded Research Excellence Awards in light of the ground breaking research they have undertaken.
An annual MSc Primate Conservation Fee Waiver Scholarship is available to a student with suitable academic credentials who has significant experience working with any aspect of primate conservation in a country where non-human primates are native.
Dr Stephen Hurt, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, recently attended an event at Westminster where the Africa All Party Parliamentary Group launched its report on post-Brexit trade between UK and Africa.
An international team of researchers led by Oxford Brookes University has revealed a new species of primate in a paper published by the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
In January 2017, a familiar voice was heard on national and international news outlets warning that many primates are entering the 11th hour before mass extinction.
Dr Tamsin Barber (Senior Lecturer in Sociology) has been awarded a Newton Mobility Grant with Dr Phuc Van Nguyen, Trung Vuong University, Vietnam, for the project: “New Labour Migrations Between Vietnam and the UK: Motivations, Journeys and Reflections”.
Three undergraduates from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have had their research selected to represent Oxford Brookes at a national level. Additionally, Olena Zyelyentsova and Georgia Shortman have been invited to share their research at the Posters in Parliament conference in March 2017.
A recently published article co-authored by 31 internationally recognised experts on primate conservation, including four academics from three UK universities (Oxford Brookes University, Durham University and Liverpool John Moores University), has called for urgent action to protect the world’s dwindling primate populations.