Publications & EventsOur science is published in a variety of formats. Click here for more information. We also attend events and conferences in the UK, within Europe, and at venues around the world.
Events, awards and appointments
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- 18 June 2013: "Putting a Price on the Priceless: Valuing Nature?" discussion event, Royal Geographical Society, London. Speakers at this event, which looks at the importance of protecting and conserving natural landscapes and ecology, include Professor Rosie Hails of CEH. More details.
- 12-16 June 2013: BBC Gardeners' World Live, NEC, Birmingham. The Biological Records Centre within CEH will be hosting a stand in the Gardening for Wildlife area. More details.
- 16-17 May 2013: Science Communication Conference, London. Dr Helen Roy and Dr Michael Pocock of CEH took part in a session on citizen science. More details including Storify.
- 15-19 April 2013: LIAISE Spring School, Edinburgh. Biodiversity and ecosystem services and valuation methods. This year's event was organised by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology in collaboration with the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ. More details.
- 15-18 April 2013: Science underpinning the EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy, Ghent, Belgium. A major conference organised by the ALTER-Net biodiversity network discussed the science needed to support the European Union's 2020 Biodiversity Strategy. More details
- 7-12 April 2013: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013, Vienna, Austria. CEH science was represented at a number of sessions, including peatlands and the carbon cycle, freshwater carbon cycling, and ecosystem resilience. More details
- May 2013: Professor David Fowler of CEH was awarded the highest level of Individual Merit Promotion (IMP1) given to scientists working for the Natural Environment Research Council. More details.
- December 2012: Hanna Granroth-Wilding, a University of Edinburgh PhD student co-supervised by CEH scientists Francis Daunt and Sarah Burthe, won this year's Anne Keymer Prize at the BES annual conference. The prize is awarded for the best oral presentation by a postgraduate student at the event. Hanna is studying the effects of parasitism on family dynamics and breeding success in seabirds. More details.