The Environment Institute has two entries in the Peer Prize for Women in Science, so get involved and support your colleagues by voting!
The first group is “Squidlings” Professor Bronwyn Gillanders and Zoe Doubleday have led this submission.
They have submitted an interview style video, so click here to view the video and vote for their great research on increasing cephalopod populations.
The second submission is led by Jennifer Pistevos with a video by Tullio Rossi. Click here to see the video and vote for their research on “hot drunken sharks”.