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Dr Anna McGregor

After degrees at Wellesley College, St Andrews, Glasgow, and Duke, I am now a lecturer at the University of Glasgow. My postgraduate training was in marine mammal biology, and my research focuses on animal communication in aquatic and riparian habitats and the use of soundscapes to assess habitat quality. I have pedagogical interests in the applications of technology to enhancing the student learning experience through active learning and improving inclusivity through supporting student employability. 

I am inspired by the constantly evolving field of new learning technologies and their potential to augment the traditional university experience while also reaching a wider and more diverse community of learners.

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2024 Challenger Medallist and Fellows

We are delighted to announce the 2024 recipients of the Challenger Medal and the Challenger Fellowships. These biennial awards will be presented to awardees at the Challenger Conference in September.


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Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition

Please see a news item from the Royal Society below.

The Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition is now open for entries. Submit your photograph by 23 August 2024 in our categories of; Astronomy, Behaviour, Earth Science and Climatology, Ecology and Environmental Science, and Microimaging.

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Heat and carbon uptake in the Southern Ocean: the state of the art and future priorities

The following Royal Society Philosophical Trans A issue has been highly cited and downloaded - Heat and carbon uptake in the Southern Ocean: the state of the art and future priorities organised and edited by Andrew J S Meijers, Corinne Le Quéré CBE FRS, Pedro M S Monteiro, Jean-Baptiste Sallée and the articles can be accessed directly at www.bit.ly/TransA2249 

Purchase the print issue at the reduced price of £40 by contacting sales@royalsociety.org

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