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Isadora Sinha on her Project Seagrass Experience

Posted on September 6, 2018 at 2:05 AM



By Isadora Sinha


To give you a bit of an introduction, I am a Cardiff University Genetics (BSc) student going into my final year of my degree and have joined Project Seagrass for a Cardiff University Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP) summer research placement, at their offices in the Sustainable Places Research Institute.


I stumbled upon Project Seagrass ...

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Seagrass citizen science: investigations into a potential seagrass saviour

Posted on August 16, 2018 at 8:00 PM



A guest blogger? But why should I bother reading what he has to say? Well here’s a bit about me….


Originally hailing from Melton Mowbray, a small town in the middle of England known solely for producing pork pies and stilton cheese, my initial foray into marine s...

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Talking about Plastic Pollution during EU Green Week

Posted on May 30, 2017 at 3:40 PM


Kayaking on the Isle of Skye’s lochs you feel as though you’re a million miles from civilisation; back to basics with wildlife flitting about you and crystal clear waters to peer into. There’s no rumble in your ear of background traffic noise or aeroplanes going overhead. Just you, your paddling buddy and the ...
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Searching for seagrass on Skye

Posted on May 10, 2017 at 10:00 AM



By Evie Furness


Scotland threw it all at us, and I think for the most, we enjoyed every part! After 13 hours on the road, we turned off to Heaste, the village we were staying in on the Isle of Skye. We headed off down a single-track lane, full of blind...

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The Edinburgh International Science Festival

Posted on April 19, 2017 at 5:25 AM



By Evie Furness


Edinburgh Science Festival Bubbles and enthusiasm took over for Project Seagrass as we set up our stall at Edinburgh International Science Festival last week. The festival has taken over the city for two weeks every year since 1989, and was the world’...

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