2010 Review of the CEH year - 24 December 2010

New UK Monthly Hydrological Summary published, for November 2010 - 15 December 2010

New start-up company to develop novel medicines - 13 December 2010

Nitrogen and Global Change: Major international science conference to take place in Edinburgh in April 2011 - 1 December 2010

The challenges of a world warmed by two or four degrees - 29 November 2010

CEH Information Gateway launched - 18 November 2010

CEH scientists assess rarity of November 2009 Cumbria floods - 17 November 2010

Beyond 2010 conference looks at future of long-term biodiversity monitoring - 16 November 2010

New UK Monthly Hydrological Summary published, for October 2010 - 12 November 2010

CEH archives 5000th publication in NERC's Open Access Archive - 12 November 2010

CEH scientists give evidence to peatlands inquiry - 3 November 2010

Grassland management key to alleviating poverty in China - 28 October 2010

Countryside Survey – Integrated Assessment report published - 27 October 2010

Local Youth Forums visit CEH to learn about science - 19 October 2010

Mosses provide early warning of air pollution - 19 October 2010

September 2010 Hydrological Summary shows impact of wet month - 15 October 2010

Conference aims to shape the future of long-term biodiversity monitoring - 14 October 2010

Vole study has important relevance for disease control in humans and other animals - 8 October 2010

Ladybird team head to Moscow - 7 October 2010

New data from wildlife monitoring scheme show extent of rodenticide residues in the environment - 6 October 2010

CEH hosts successful Open Day - 20 September 2010

Dull August marks end to another wet summer - 16 September 2010

Farm management choice can benefit fungi key to healthy ecosystems - 14 September 2010

'Killer shrimp' and other non-native species threats collated by CEH - 10 September 2010

Prof Jeremy Thomas given Marsh Award for Ecology after pioneering Large Blue butterfly work - 10 September 2010

Scots Pine shows its continental roots - 9 September 2010

Bee conservation book launched as ecologists gather for annual meeting - 6 September 2010

CEH to host more than 100 stakeholders at Wallingford headquarters event - 2 September 2010

CEH hosts notable visits to its Wallingford headquarters – 27 August 2010

UK waters beginning to recover from acid rain – 24 August 2010

July 2010: a month of exceptional spatial contrasts in rainfall and river flow patterns within the UK – 12 August 2010

CEH ranked highly on environmental papers impact – 23 July 2010

CEH scientists speak at British Hydrological Society International Symposium – 21 July 2010

UK registers second lowest Jan-June rainfall in a series from 1914 – 15 July 2010

Scientists seek help as native parasites attack ladybird invader - 26 June 2010

New projects to address decline of honeybees and other insect pollinators – 22 June 2010

June 2010: News in brief - 16 June 2010

Exceptionally dry January to May leads to low river and reservoir levels - 17 June 2010

Snake populations decline in tropical and temperate climates - 9 June 2010

CEH celebrates biodiversity - 21 May 2010

Windermere's secrets revealed by 65 years of lake monitoring - 20 May 2010

UK Schools and the BBC join the Ladybird Survey - 18 May 2010

May 2010: News in brief - 10 May 2010

CEH response to Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash fallout - 29 April 2010

Celebrations at Oxford's woodland 'ecological laboratory' - 29 April 2010

Hot, dry and different - 8 April 2010

April 2010: News in brief - 6 April 2010

Sewage to blame for phosphorus river pollution - 30 March 2010

Scientists call on the public to help monitor invasive species - 22 March 2010

Nature and Biodiversity News & Views website - 16 March 2010

Fears grow for future of Britain's rarest butterflies - 5 March 2010

CEH scientists play key role in first UK National Ecosystem Assessment - 3 March 2010

Will earlier springs throw nature out of step? - 9 February 2010

Conservation from space: Landscape diversity helps to conserve butterflies - 8 February 2010

Reports on state of Britain's ponds, soils and headwater streams now published - 4 February 2010

Worsening North Sea conditions could be increasing Atlantic puffin mortality in winter - 8 January 2010