Date/Time: 21st November 2012
Presentations by students that demonstrate the achievements of their diverse summer research projects and expeditions. These challenging projects reflect the broad range of academic interests across all three Newcastle University faculties.
- West Backworth: systematic survey of a North Tyneside deserted medieval village, David Astbury (BA (Hons) History & Archaeology)
- An examination of cellular morphology in the hippocampal formation in late-life depression, Charlotte Rogers (MSci Biomedical Sciences)
- Can audio recording be used as a replacement for human observers to survey nightjars?, Ruth Jeavons (BSc (Hons) Zoology)
- Bosnia – Hercegovina 20 Years on: Constructing National Identity, Oliver Kemp (BSc (Hons) Geography)
- Examining the impacts on the green iguana (Iguana iguana) with regards to tourism, urbanisation, and invasive species, Jessica Fisher, Rachel Blow, Donna Wintersgill and Sarah Wood (BSc (Hons) Zoology)