What did Darwin think was his most satisfying scientific work? It might not be what you thought.
Category - Life
Anyone can celebrate Darwin Day and promote science, without even leaving the house.
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...
Want to look up species in the Encyclopaedia of Life a little faster? We have a tool for that.
We had a surprising number of well-shared posts in December, and there was no obvious topic that caught your eye, apart from Botany of course.
November showed how social media isn't just about pretty pictures. Sometimes pretty pictures are popular, but for our audience, they need to be backed by...
October was a mixed month. We lost a botanist in terrible circumstances. There was some hope though.
In September you liked flowers. You liked them fast and you liked them colourful.