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Research at DICE
Our innovative and cutting edge research develops the science that underpins conservation and tackles the more applied questions of how biodiversity can survive in this ever more crowded world.
DICE is committed to high-quality, practical, applied conservation research. In 2008 DICE was the first dedicated conservation entity to submit independently into the Research Assessment Exercise. More than half of our research was ranked as world leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*). Our record of publication is impressive, with over 200 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and books since 1996, including many in high impact journals such as Nature, Science, and Conservation Biology. The RAE also commended our excellent international and practitioner links, and significant international policy and advisory work.
Research conducted by Dr Jim Groombridge
Marine protected areas project led by Prof. Douglas MacMillan
Research conducted by Prof. Richard Griffiths in Seychelles