Co-creating Scientific Knowledge & Understanding

In Bournemouth University’s Department of Life & Environmental Sciences our students and staff work in partnership to co-create new knowledge and understanding. We often collaborate with professional practitioners too so the work has immediate practical benefits as well as being an inspiring way to learn. This website invites you to take a look and connect with the people involved.
For more information on the website please contact Dr Anita Diaz.

Featured Projects

Latest Projects

Assessment of the proton translocation domain of the glucuronide transporter (GusB) – The construction of XylE-GusB chimeras

Resilience of forests as a socio-ecological system: linking theory to practice in Eastern Europe

Optimising terrain mapping in woodland

Behavioural ecology of extinct megafauna in New Mexico

Monitoring the phenology of the IUCN endangered six-spotted cranefly Idiocera sexguttata in the New Forest

Purbeck Heaths

Informing the design of a new website – NatureVolunteers.uk

Evaluating the co-creation of the Wildlife Survey Skills Unit

Microhabitats for Purbeck Mason Wasps

NatureVolunteers.uk co-creating a website linking people with projects