PBMS contributes to Birmingham University course

Prof. Richard Shore recently spent an afternoon teaching Toxicology MSc students at Birmingham University.  Richard lectured about the problems faced by environmental risk assessors and conducted an interactive session where the students had to decide, on the basis of a case study, if, why and how they might mitigate the effects of pesticides on wildlife. The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH), which runs the PBMS, hopes that such lectures will help equip the next generation off environmental risk assessors with the skills and knowledge they will need.   

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