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Frontiers of Life in Antarctica

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  • UserProfessor Lloyd Peck Science Leader of Biodiversity, Evolution and Adaptation team, British Antarctic Survey, & Fellow of Wolfson College
  • ClockFriday 13 March 2020, 18:00-19:00
  • HouseThe Lee Hall, Wolfson College.

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Leading polar marine biologist Professor Lloyd Peck works at the forefront of investigation into animal adaptations in extreme environments. His current interests are in how adaptation to specific environments affects animals’ abilities to respond to change, and how to get the best data to make these evaluations. Having conducted nearly 30 seasons of research in the Antarctic, his talk will offer fascinating insights into how species survive and thrive in the coldest, driest, windiest, most isolated place on earth.

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This event is part of the Cambridge Science Festival and of Wolfson Explores *BORDERS 2020.

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Talks & Events series.

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