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Bee on blue flower

Given the pressures that pollinators face on agricultural land, cities could play an important role in conserving pollinators, according to a new study.

Icefish jeb

Three decades of exploring Antarctica has convinced Stuart Egginton that there is nothing better than first-hand evidence to prove the effect global warming is having on our planet.

Fruit fly

We are delighted to announce that Professor Les Firbank, Chair in Sustainable Agriculture (School of Biology), has been appointed to chair a European Food Standards Authority (EFSA) working group.

Hoverfly

Harmless flies have evolved over millions of years to mimic the appearance of stinging insects, but new evidence suggests climate change is reducing the effectiveness of that disguise.

deadliest lymphomas

UK scientists have found a new way to identify people with the most aggressive types of lymphoma, which are less likely to respond to standard drugs.