University Research Groups

Conservation-related research groups at the University of Cambridge:

The University of Cambridge is one of the world's leading universities, committed to excellence in teaching and research across a broad range of disciplines. There are a number of conservation-related research groups within the University and a Conservation Working Group oversees the University's role in the CCI.

The links below will take you to the websites of the groups within the University of Cambridge currently active in conservation-related research.

Aquatic Ecology Group, Department of Zoology
Behavioural Ecology Research Group, Department of Zoology
Botanic Garden, Department of Plant Sciences
Centre for Landscape & People, Department of Geography
Conservation Science Group, Department of Zoology
Environmental Economy & Policy Research Group, Department of Land Economy
Environmental Processes Cluster, Department of Geography
Epidemiology & Modelling Group, Department of Plant Sciences
Forest Ecology & Conservation Group, Department of Plant Sciences
Herbarium, Department of Plant Sciences
Host-Parasite Evolution & Genetics, Department of Genetics
Physiological Ecology Group, Department of Plant Sciences
Political Ecology of Development Group, Department of Geography
Primate Immunogenetics & Molecular Ecology Group, Department of Biological Anthropology
Tropical Ecology Group, Department of Plant Sciences
Scott Polar Research Institute, Department of Geography
Society, Environment & Development Research Cluster, Department of Geography
Sustainability Leadership, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Wildlife Research Group, The Anatomy School