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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Building a buzz around the Big Bumblebee Discovery
Viewers of Sky News Sunrise were given a buzz this morning when Dr Helen Roy of CEH took to the studio with science presenter Dallas Campbell to talk...
Bees and 'ologies at the Cheltenham Science Festival
My first time at the Cheltenham Science Festival and first impressions, wow, it definitely “does what it says on the tin”. Science everywhere, of...
Ladybirds spotted on Springwatch Unsprung
Two of our CEH colleagues were live on the Red Button and web this week, appearing with Nick Baker on the Unsprung element of the popular BBC...
The citizen science toolbox - a practical guide how and when to use citizen science
In this guest blog CEH’s Dr Michael Pocock explains why he has helped develop a new guide to Choosing and Using Citizen Science. Citizen science is...
CEH science at EGU2014
The breadth of CEH science has been well represented in several sessions at this week’s European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 in Vienna...
Water Resources science area - embracing ecology and hydrology
CEH's new Science Strategy identifies three interdependent, major societal and environmental challenges: Securing the Value of Nature, Building...
Behind the scenes at the UK's Environmental Change Network
Ahead of an anniversary symposium taking place in mid-May, Dr Andy Sier, ECN’s science liaison officer, looks back on the contribution of 20 years of...
Dealing with invasive non-native species - new EAC report
Updated 16 April The Environmental Audit Committee (a UK Commons Select Committee) report on invasive non-native species was published this morning...
The Moor House Archive
In a new guest post, Steve Prince, CEH's Head of Library and Archives explains how the Moor House ecological research archive came to be maintained...