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The latest science and stories from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
New start-up company to develop novel medicines
IXO Therapeutics Ltd, a new biotechnology company formed to research and develop novel medicines from natural sources for the treatment of immune-...
Nitrogen and Global Change: Major international science conference to take place in Edinburgh in April 2011
The first European Nitrogen Assessment will be launched in April 2011 at a major international science event in Edinburgh, UK bringing together...
The challenges of a world warmed by two or four degrees
Leading scientists have contributed to a series of research papers about the impacts of global warming to coincide with the opening of the Climate...
News Archive - 2010
2010 Review of the CEH year - 24 December 2010 New UK Monthly Hydrological Summary published, for November 2010 - 15 December 2010 New start-up...
CEH Information Gateway launched
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has just launched the CEH Information Gateway , a new web portal that provides researchers and the wider...
CEH scientists assess rarity of November 2009 Cumbria floods
Just under a year ago prolonged heavy rainfall brought extensive flooding to many parts of the western UK and Ireland, with the worst flooding...
CEH lake restoration workshop a success
Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) recently hosted a workshop in Edinburgh to discuss the implications of a range of lake...
Conference shapes the future of long-term biodiversity monitoring
This week more than 100 experts from around the world are meeting in London to define the way forward for monitoring UK biodiversity. The experts are...
New UK Monthly Hydrological Summary published, for October 2010
October was a relatively mild month in the UK but with a notably cold interlude – associated with the persistence of northerly and easterly airflows...
CEH archives 5000th publication in NERC's Open Access Archive
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) recently added its 5000th item to the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Open Research Archive...