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There is a new statue in the grounds of Wollaton park, Nottingham-shire. In honorer of Dr David Fox, Museum curator MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, School of Biology, The University of Nottingham the next time you pass it make sure you give it a polish to keep it clean


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Laura Sutherland, Ex MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, The University of Nottingham.

Laura Sutherland is interviewed for the Arkive Blog

I’ve always had a bit of a fascination with nature and the outdoors, and like nothing more than being outside in my wellies, camera in hand. This led me to study Biological Sciences at Oxford University and then Biological Photography & Imaging at the University of Nottingham. After completing my Masters degree I moved to Bristol to start work as an ARKive Media Researcher and have been here ever since.

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Science in the Park to reveal the wonders of the world around us

Do you have what it takes to help deliver a lamb? Have you got the guts to get up close and personal with a giant millipede or tarantula? Or maybe you’ve always wondered how nature produces its own genetic mutants?
If so, a free family event being held in Nottingham this weekend, and involving a host of experts from The University of Nottingham, could offer the perfect day out, mixing the fascinating with the fun.
Science in the Park 2011, taking place at Wollaton Hall on Saturday March 12 from 11am to 4pm, has been organised by the British Science Association Nottinghamshire Branch and aims to open up people’s eyes to the wonder of science in the world around them.

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Samuel Waldron made this film as part of his summer project last year on the MSc Link

There is also another film made Tom Clarke also in the same year as Sam here is the link to the film

This film is a moving portrait film made by Emma Clark, within this film are members of the University

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Monday Charlie Richards will be coming in for the business module, Tom Hartman’s microscope/ photographic/ SEM session will now be on Tuesday. Wednesday is the Broadcast Video Expo, there will be a full report on this later in the week, also Wednesday is Steve’s birthday he will be 30 so it is a big one for him. Frankie Buckle can not make it in this week as she has a lot of work on with Ziess Microscopes, but Frankie has said that she will be in soon to see you all.

Steve Galloway before his 30th birthday, lets hope somethings improve with age

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The Masters students working along side the 2nd year undergraduate, explaining the photographic techniques that they could use within their module, the session took place today at Wollaton Hall between 10.00 and 13.00 the three staff members in attendance David Fox, Steve Galloway and David McMahon all thought that the session went really well and there was a lot of hard work and enjoyment from both sets of students.

Photography David W McMahon

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There was a massive turn out for the photographic meet up of Masters and undergrads on the Biological photography and Imaging courses.


The Class of 2011


Photography David W McMahon

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