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Volker Deeke

CASE STUDY: Spearheading world action for killer whales – by listening to them

A world authority on killer whales has spent decades listening to the iconic marine mammals’ telling calls, giving them a powerful voice in their survival and protection.

Group of Northern Resident killer whales Volker Deecke

Spearheading world action for killer whales - by listening to them

A world authority on killer whales has spent decades listening to the iconic marine mammals’ telling calls, giving them a powerful voice in their survival and protection.

Dr Liz Bates, University of Cumbria

Men's experiences of domestic violence

Recommendations for gender neutral definitions in domestic violence legislation cite her work, which has been hailed for raising the profile of an issue too long hidden – and for reforming understanding of these ‘devastating crimes’.

Archaeological tour of Cumbria with The Atomic Priest

Nuclear fusion with art at its core

Unthinkable, art in the impossible materials of ghosts, folklore and underworlds fused with a nuclear industry and repositories potentially storing waste for thousands of years? 

Tim Donovan-2

Crucial research in understanding medical image perception

Rapid progress in technology and 3D imaging has led to new challenges when interpreting medical images, with two University of Cumbria academics, and their collaborators, recently recognised for their contributions to crucial research in understanding medical image perception. 

Awards. Andy Robinson IOL CEO presents to Heather Prince (002)

Making a difference to countless young lives

When the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) talks rewilding the world listens to a global authority steered by research from a renowned Cumbrian expert.