Narwhal Nights: Discoveries Along the Scientific Road Less Travelled
Professor Terrie M Williams studies large mammalian predators. Understanding how these magnificent animals survive in a world that is constantly changing has been the focus of Terrie’s research for three decades.
In this, the School of Biology’s third annual public lecture to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Terrie will describe her research on narwhals, the arctic-dwelling whales often dubbed the unicorn of the sea. This event is free but tickets are required and available from the Byre Theatre.