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Date
25.09.19
Start time
10:00
End time
16:00
Regent's Park, Chester Road, London NW1 4NR

This free course is run by the Field Studies Council for the Royal Society of Biology's 2019 Intermediate Biology Olympiad Gold award recipients.


How to apply

Enter the ballot to attend this course using the link at the top of the page. Applications to this ballot are open from 4th-17th September and all applicants will be checked against a list of gold award recipients to confirm eligibility. All ballot entrants will be notified on Wednesday 18th September.

Please note: this course is only open to students.

Course aims

To further develop language skills and understanding in investigative fieldwork.

This course will cover ecology training on grassland ecosystems, freshwater life, an introduction to diversity and abundance and hypotheses. Students will be using invertebrate and plant species lists and comparing two sites.

Timings

10:00 Meet at Park office, morning session: Grassland investigations (plants and animals)
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Afternoon session: Freshwater investigations
16:00 Finish

Course leader

Visit the Field Studies Council website for staff profiles.

Contact

Please direct any queries regarding the training course or the Intermediate Biology Olympiad to Raghav Selvam at raghavendra.selvam@rsb.org.uk
For any website queries, please contact our events team at events@rsb.org.uk or on 020 3925 3440.

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