Researchers at the University of Leeds, including recently graduated Leeds students, have successfully published a paper on asking when and why you should consider individual variation when measuring biodiversity and provide a new method of accounting for this variation without the need for high resolution data.
For more information please read Sam Ross’s, one of the researchers, blog post on the research.
And for more detailed look at the study you can access the paper here.
19th April 2017
The University of Leeds has achieved a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the highest award possible.more
Two students from the Faculty of Biological Sciences are heading across the pond for the Leeds to New York Leadership programme 2017.more
The annual Careers Fair here in the faculty was a great success with hundreds of FBS students attending.more
University of Leeds has presented 37 student athletes with Sport Scholarships for 2016/17. We are proud to say, 8 of those are based in the Faculty of Biological Sciences.more
New Online training for staff and studentsmore
We are delighted to be able to announce that two of our FBS students, Sam Ross and Peter Moughton, have received the status of highly commended entrant in this year’s Undergraduate awards.more
The University of Leeds has won the Whatuni Student Choice Award for Best City Life, as well as being ranked the fifth best university in the top 100 as rated by students.more