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CEH climate science referenced in US Senate
Earlier this year a climate modelling paper published in Nature in 2013 which was led by CEH scientist Dr Chris Huntingford was mentioned in a US...
Plant hormone signals and climate models, plus a mathematical surprise
A new study examining the links between soil moisture and leaf stomata should be of interest to both plant physiologists and climate modellers. It...
CEH research on nanoparticles: toxicity, exposure and risk assessment
Watch a presentation by CEH's Dr Steve Lofts giving an overview of research into nanoparticles. Steve's talk focuses on toxicity, exposure and risk...
Introducing the International Year of Soils
2015 is the International Year of Soils and throughout the year we’ll be highlighting CEH research on soils. To kick off I’ve been speaking to staff...
Measuring ‘impact’ - news of highly downloaded papers
There are many ways these days to measure the impact of scientific publications but it’s always nice to be told that people are actually downloading...
New Atlas of British & Irish Bryophytes
A new atlas of British and Irish bryophytes is published this month. Bryophytes is the collective term for mosses, hornworts and liverworts, spore-...
Can environmentally-friendly farming also be productive?
Professor James Bullock of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology is one of the speakers at this week's 2015 Oxford Farming Conference, held at the...
Blog Archive 2014
The most viewed CEH news stories & blog posts of 2014 December 22 2014 2014 CEH photo competition winners 18 December 2014 Potential climate...
The most viewed CEH news stories & blog posts of 2014
To round off the year, a little insight into the CEH news stories and blog posts you were reading the most in 2014 (in reverse order): Top 10 most...