Dr Ben Clunie is an applied entomologist with expertise in integrated pest management and agroecology. He has a PhD that explored novel solutions for biological control of wireworm from Swansea University and has developed experience in working with entomopathogenic fungi, biopesticides and plant-insect interactions. His research focuses on finding sustainable solutions for agriculture that reduce conventional pesticide inputs and developing environmentally friendly alternatives for pest management.
Teaching duties include:
Undergraduate degree courses: BSc Zoology, BSc Zoology with Entomology and BSc Wildlife Conservation & Ecology
Postgraduate degree courses: MSc Entomology, MSc Integrated Pest, Weed and Disease Management and Masters level core module Experimental Design & Analysis.
Royal Entomological Society - Member
Association of Applied Biologists - Member
British Natural History and Entomological Society - Member