PhD student talk 1 at SCCS

PhD student Unmesh Katwate delivered a talk on the cryptic species diversity of small cyprinids in the Western Ghats Hotspot and their conservation implications at the SCCS 2019, University of Cambridge read more →

SCCS 2019

PhD students Unmesh Katwate and Arya Sidharthan joined 194 students and early career conservation biologists from 49 countries at the 20th Edition of the Student Conference on Conservation Science at the University of Cambridge, UK read more →

Short Course on R

As part of the Student Conference on Conservation Science – Cambridge, PhD students Arya Sidharthan and Unmesh Katwate attended a two-day short course on R programming. read more →

Lakenheath Fen Reserve

As part of the SCCS 2019 activities, PhD students Arya Sidharthan and Unmesh Katwate participated in a field trip to the Royal Society for Protection of Birds (RSPB) Lakenheath Fen Reserve read more →

SCCS Cambridge

PhD students Arya Sidharthan and Unmesh Katwate secured bursaries to attend the 20th Student Conference on Conservation Science at the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. read more →

Visit of Ralf Britz from NHM, London

Ralf Britz, Fish Researcher from the Natural History Museum, London and a long-time collaborator of the Rajeev Research Group visited the lab from 2nd to 9th of March 2019. read more →

Talk on ‘Scientific Writing’

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan delivered a talk on ‘transforming your research into quality publications’ at the ‘Workshop on Research Methods in Earth and Environmental Sciences’ at the Department of Environmental Science, University of Kerala. read more →

Field work in Simlipal Tiger Reserve

PhD student Anoop KV participated in a field survey in the streams flowing through the Simlipal Tiger Reserve in Odisha State together with scientists of the Wildlife Institute of India! read more →

Glass in the water! New paper in Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research

Rajeev Raghavan and Unmesh Katwate contributed to a new paper in the ‘Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research’ that looks at the phylogenetic and evolutionary relationships between glassfishes of the Indian subcontinent. read more →

National Seminar on Biodiversity

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan delivered an invited talk on ‘challenges and opportunities for freshwater conservation in a changing world’ at the National Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation organized by the Department of Zoology, St. Thomas College, Thrissur read more →