Welcome to BioLogger

A blog about Science and Nature as well as Employability help for Students.

Hi, I'm Chris :)

Avid blogger on science and nature and self improvement, also a PhD student at Salford University, studying eDNA and it's application to pelagic stock assessments. 

And the owner of Vizzible.me, a website design business.

Recent blog posts on BioLogger...

Prelim Results
Cetacean Findings SpeciesAmount of detection areasBeaked WaleZiphiidae5Baleen WhaleMysticeti1DolphinsDelphinidae29Fin WhaleBalaenoptera physalus4Rorquals/ humpbackBalaenopteridae1Fishy FindingsIdentificationAmount of detection areasSole5Shad5Sand Lance (fish feed)15Wolfish1Greater argentine2Garfish2Gurnard12Herring23Anchovy12Cod25Gobies5Seahorse1Cuckoo Wrasse4Monkfish4Grey Mullet3Flounder12Mackerel49Rockfish1Tuna8Horse[...]
An Inventive Way of Preventing Lion Killing
The African Lion (Panthera leo) is set to drop below 20,000 individuals in the wild, almost 90 times fewer than[...]
Different Phages of Life: Viruses VS Bacteria
Some viruses aren't dangerous to humans, a bacteriophage is a virus that is specifically geared up to "attack" bacteria! In[...]
It’s The Circle of Fear?
Did Disney get it all wrong? Professor Russell Hill of the University of Durham claims that all environments are "Landscapes[...]
Quick Tips to Improve Employability
From a few workshops and personal experience here is a the summary tips and tricks to instantly improve your employability[...]
Dragons Den: A trial by fire
Ever wondered about presenting a fresh idea to a panel of business experts? It is as nerve racking as it[...]