Science for Conservation: Annual Report 2010-11

The past year has been an eventful one for the IoZ. From science communication events and the launch of projects such as the iBats surveillance app, to new findings and work across the IoZ’s five key research themes, a busy and successful year is represented in the latest Science for Connservation Annual Report.

Read about our most recent discoveries in the lab and field and the high quality scientific research which helps achieve the conservation objectives of ZSL.

Download the Institute of Zoology's Annual Report 2010-11 (3.9 MB)

More news from ZSL

Great Barrier Reef (c) WWF

Research by ZSL and WWF has revealed populations of fish critical to human food security are in potentially catastrophic decline.


A post mortem carried out by ZSL has, for the first time, identified the human sore throat pathogen in a wild hedgehog.

Hainan gibbon moving through trees. Image (c) Jessica Bryant

ZSL scientists have used 400-year old records from China to track changes in the distribution of gibbons.