These pages are associated with the Interaction Biology group at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, headed by Dr Sean Rands. This group studies the behavioural and evolutionary ecology of interactions within biological systems, focussing on how individual organisms make decisions about how they interact with the environment, with other species, and with members of their own species.

If you’re interested in applying for a PhD or MSc(Research), we are always happy to consider self-funded students who have a good idea of what they’d like to do. See the opportunities page for further information and eligibility.

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