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Author - Alun Salt
When he's not the web developer for AoB Blog, Alun Salt researches something that could be mistaken for the archaeology of science. His current research is about whether there's such a thing as scientific heritage and if there is how would you recognise it?
If an invasive species is a problem, isn't the answer simply to remove it? A new review by Wardle and Peltzer shows it's a bit more complicated than that.
Extinction should be a sad subject, but one author was also able to point out how absurd it could be too.
Anyone can celebrate Darwin Day and promote science, without even leaving the house.
Normally when a headline asks a stupid question the answer is 'no', but new research suggests a better answer is 'maybe'.
Today, lakes, rivers, underground aquifers, swamps, marshes, wet grasslands, peatlands, oases, estuaries, deltas, tidal flats, mangroves, coral reefs, as well...
A popular BBC perennial returns for a week on UK TV screens. But will it do anything beyond providing some nature-themed light entertainment?
I’m a big fan of DOIs. These are links to papers, or any digital output that should be permanent. For example OUP has changed the system for hosting...
A new article argues that conservation shouldn't be left to the countryside. There are major impacts to be made looking at pollinators in the city.
What could make sex better for a plant? When it brings in new genes from other plants. And this is what happens when faba beans get heat stress.