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Inaugural lecture mixes science with travel

Prof Bhavani Narayanaswamy is welcomed to the UHI professoriate by Vice-Chancellor Prof Todd Walker
Prof Bhavani Narayanaswamy is welcomed to the UHI professoriate by Vice-Chancellor Prof Todd Walker
Inaugural lecture mixes science with travel

A scientist at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) who has played a key role in exploring the issue of microplastics in our oceans has been officially welcomed into the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) professoriate. Professor Bhavani Narayanaswamy gave her inaugural professorial lecture: A traveller’s tales: From Kolkata to the deep-sea in front of a capacity audience in the William Spiers Bruce lecture room at SAMS and nearly 200 people online.

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The Coastal Carolina University students with group leader Prof Louis Keiner during their visit to SAMS

Fri, May 20, '22

American students make welcome return to SAMS

University exchange programme re-established following Covid-19 break

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Dr Matthew Davey leads the new Masters course

Tue, May 10, '22

New Masters course to address skills shortage

Natural products from algae have a huge range of applications

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Rhianna Rees was joint winner of the Rising Star category at this year's Aquaculture Awards

Thu, May 5, '22

Seaweed success at awards ceremony

Rhianna Rees wins Rising Star category at the Aquaculture Awards

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Oceans for Good

Thu, Mar 24, '22

Algae events set for April

Mon, Mar 14, '22

SAMS represented at COP26

Mon, Nov 1, '21

SAMS Review of the Year 2020

Mon, Jan 18, '21

SAMS strategy release

Wed, Jul 29, '20

Why we love the ocean

Tue, Jun 9, '20

When two jobs collide

Wed, Apr 15, '20