Current Research at Ness
The gardens provide a resource for research programmes across
the University of Liverpool. In recent years, the University
of Liverpool has developed its research profile to studies that
have significant impact on global policy, the environment, and the
lives of people across the world.
Find out more about
research at the University of Liverpool
Grasslands & Climate change
Climate change potentially threatens many species and the
habitats they depend upon. Grasslands are one of the major economic
land uses throughout the world and supply many ecosystem services.
This research aims to determine whether grassland populations can
adapt to new climates.
Predators and parasites
PhD project looking at how a parasitic nematode (microscopic
worm) stops its host being eaten by other predators