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While studying for a degree in Plant Sciences at Imperial College London, James took part in an expedition to the Solomon Islands to collect butterflies, which ignited a passion for entomology. After spending several years working in the Molecular Systematics Laboratory at the Natural History Museum, London, James developed his interests in entomology and in particular museum collections. James joined the Oxford University Museum of Natural History in 2002 as a collections assistant, and in 2013 he was awarded a doctorate for research on the evolution of burrowing ground beetles (Scaritinae).
Scientific Advisor, Microsculpture exhibition. Insect portraits by Levon Biss from the Museum's collections. May 2016 to January 2017.
Scientific Advisor, Kurt Jackson: Bees (and the odd wasp) in my bonnet. March to September 2016.
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