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Dr David Robinson
David Robinson is a zoologist whose research interest is acoustic behaviour in animals. He has worked on rodents and whales in the past but now works exclusively on ultrasonic communication in bush crickets.
Janice Ansine et al. (2018-06-03) iSpot: a citizen science platform for inclusive learning and teaching, In European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) Conference 2018
David J. Robinson (2011-12-01) Collaborative experiments online in a module presented globally, In Bioscience Education 1(18)
Patricia Ash and David J. Robinson (2010) The Emergence of Humans: An Exploration of the Evolutionary Timeline, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
David J. Robinson (2010) What is a species?, The Natural History Museum
David J. Robinson and Professor Steve Swithenby (2009) Science experiments for communities of distance learners, Eastern Mediterranean University Press
David J. Robinson and Professor Steve Swithenby (2009) Science experiments for communities of distance learners, In Frontiers in Science Education Research (FISER'09)
David J. Robinson (2008-11) African Genesis, The Natural History Museum
Patricia Ash and David J. Robinson (2006-04) Problem-solving activities in Biology for Open University students [poster session], In Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology 4, Sup(143A)
David J. Robinson (2006-03-28) Science, TV and education: active, not passive learning at a distance?, VU University Press & Da Vinci Institute
David J. Robinson and Marion Janis Hall (2002-12-16) Sound Signalling in Orthoptera(29), Elsevier Ltd