Rhodes research Report 2018
Last year, Dr Shelley Edwards and I were interviewed for an article entitled ‘Reptile Detectives’, for the prestigious Rhodes Research Report. The Report that comes out annually highlights all the research that took place over the year, with anecdotes about key researchers strewn throughout the book. In the 2018 edition, that came out late last year, the editors sought out young researchers who were conducting cutting edge and/or novel research. Given mine and Shelley’s focus on herpetology and molecular systematics, we were approached for a story that focused on new species, how to find them, where to look and how to conserve them. The article can be found in the link below. The piece is incredibly well written and a testament to the high quality of the journalist’s that were contracted to write the article. Thank you to Rhodes University for considering myself, my passion and my research for this article, it is a privilege and an honour to be represented in such an awesome representation of Rhodes University’s insatiable appetite for knowledge.