Welcome to Silwood Park Campus
Silwood Park is a postgraduate campus of Imperial College London, located 25 miles west of central London in the village of Sunninghill near Ascot. A global centre for research and teaching in ecology, evolution, and conservation, Silwood provides modern academic buildings, laboratories and greenhouses, set in 100 ha of parkland where long-term ecological field experiments are conducted.
This site is a portal for those wanting to find out more about the diverse range of research activities and opportunities that Silwood has to offer.
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11 September 2018Marine ‘biodiversity crisis’ tackled with new database of conservation…
29 August 2018The more pesticides bees eat, the more they like them
27 June 2018City bees outbreed their country cousins
Dr Lauren Cator
Lauren's lab aims to reduce mosquito borne diseases
Dr Cristina Banks-Leite
Cristina investigates the causes of species extinction
Dr Richard Gill
Richard investigates the effect of land use change on bees
Dr Julia Schroeder
Julia looks at factors affecting social behaviour of birds
Dr Morena Mills
What makes a conservation intervention successful?
Dr Jason Hodgson
How do land use patterns affect the diets of primates?
Prof Guy Woodward
The impact of environmental stressors on ecosystems
Dr James Rosindell
Applying tools in maths and computing to issues in biodiversity
Dr Samraat Pawar
Predicting the effects of climate change
Bugs! Day 2017
Highlights of Bugs! Day 2017