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Congratulations Mr Frog Man!

TBA alumnus, Gilbert Adum, is a winner of this year’s prestigious Whitley Awards for his pioneering work in amphibian conservation in his home country of Ghana. Gilbert is one of six winners, selected from 127 applicants from 53 countries, who receive £35,000 project...

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TBA alumni in Cambridge for student conference

More than 160 young champions of conservation science flocked to Cambridge from all over the world for three days in March for the 17th Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS).  The TBA is a co-founder and co-organiser of this unique forum - the only...

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Join us in the field!

With just one month to go before applications close for TBA’s 2016 field courses in Uganda and Madagascar, the TBA wants to alert biology graduates who may not think this opportunity is for them to think again. TBA field courses are always oversubscribed, but course...

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Tailored training to transfer skills

Effective conservation programmes need well-designed projects that can measure their impacts on the ground. African conservationists and their institutions often lack the capacity to do this, which hampers progress towards addressing the continent’s conservation...

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