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 The Oxford Navigation Group

Based in Oxford's Biology Department, we carry out diverse research falling within the Behaviour & Biomechanics section. The group consists of several PI's, Independent Research Fellows, Post-Docs and Research Assistants, and a vibrant community of graduate and undergraduate students. Many of our alumni are still actively engaged in collaboration with current members too.  Our research is centred around the use of state of the art technology (GPS, GLS & Photogrammetric tracking, accelerometers, radio tracking, camera traps) to investigate the mechanisms that underpin animals' interactions with their environment, and particularly those involving cognition, movement and navigation.

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