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The latest science and stories from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Teamwork makes bacteria more effective
The number of species of bacteria, rather than any particular type, plays a crucial role in performing ecological services such as breaking down...
Action Needed to Save Woodland Wildflowers
Action is needed to help reverse the decline of many of Britain’s best-loved woodland flowers, including the primrose, the nation’s most extensive...
International students find out more about the 'big questions' in science
Scientists at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) in Oxford will be hosting 40 international students this Thursday, August 4th, as part of...
Organic farmers make a difference for English wildlife
A research team which includes three scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) has conclusively shown that organic farms provide...
Monitoring movement of herbicide resistant genes from farm-scale evaluation field sites to populations of wild crop relatives
Independent Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) recently completed a contract for Defra titled “Monitoring movement of...
Arctic Geese contribute to a fragile climate
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Scientist René van der Wal is off to Spitsbergen this week to help complete a three year collaborative study of...
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology takes part in Springwatch 2005 - BBC2 television
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is acting as scientific adviser to the UK wide Springwatch scheme, building on our many years research...
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists honoured in Queen's Birthday list
Two Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) Scientists appeared in this month's Queen's Birthday Honours list. Professor David Fowler, CEH...
Spring has arrived! Centre for Ecology & Hydrology science on TV and radio
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists have recently advised a major BBC wildlife series. The BBC2 Series “Springwatch” is now back on our...