TAG: Dr Emma Sherratt
On a tiny Australian island, snakes feasting on seabirds evolved huge jaws in a surprisingly short time
A study by researchers from the University of Adelaide and other institutions has found that in a population of island tiger snakes the bones in their jaws increase in length after feeding on large prey, while their mainland counterparts show no change. The new study presents the first detailed examination of the effects that diet […]
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ARC Future Fellowship awarded to Dr Emma Sherratt
We are delighted to announce Dr Emma Sherratt has been awarded the prestigious ARC Future Fellowship. An Environment Institute member and mid-career researcher, Dr Sherratt will receive up to $100,000 of non-salary funding over four years, which may be used for personnel, equipment, travel and field research costs directly related to the Future Fellow’s research. The […]
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Sprigg Seminar Series – Dr. Emma Sherratt – The Shape of Life
Sprigg lecture series: Dr Emma Sherratt – The shape of life, and the museum of possible forms Date: Tuesday 9th October, 2018 Time: 6pm – 7pm Where: Adelaide Museum (the Museum will open to guests at 5:30pm, with a complimentary glass of wine available prior to the talk) Bookings: Animal life is remarkable in its diversity, […]
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Welcome to new University Research Fellow!
The Environment Institute welcomes a new University of Adelaide Beacon Research Fellow Dr Emma Sherratt. Dr Emma Sherratt joins the lab of ARC Future Fellow Dr Kate Sanders. Dr Emma Sherratt specialises in studying the shape of organisms using x-ray CT scans. She has previously worked on scallops, rabbits, mice and will be working on […]
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