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BES Grant writing retreat for mid-career ecologists

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Press Release: Wintering ducks connect isolated wetlands by dispersing plant seeds

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Press Release: Wintering ducks connect isolated wetlands by dispersing plant seeds

Wintering ducks connect isolated wetlands by dispersing plant seeds

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Responding to Select Committee Inquiries

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Responding to Select Committee Inquiries

Martin Smith, a Specialist at the House of Commons Science & Technology Committee, presented his top tips for responding to Select Committee Inquiries at the first policy lunchbox of 2017

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VIDEO: What is the future of peer review in ecology?

Interested in the future of peer review in ecology? Watch the video of our panel discussion on peer review from the BES Annual Meeting.

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Westminster, wildlife and waste crime: Lessons learnt during my BES POST Fellowship

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Westminster, wildlife and waste crime: Lessons learnt during my BES POST Fellowship

BES Fellow Daniella Rabaiotti shares the top ten lessons from her placement with the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.

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My Scottish parliamentary shadowing experience: juggling everything from beavers to toxic waste

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My Scottish parliamentary shadowing experience: juggling everything from beavers to toxic waste

Chloe Bellamy shares her experience of spending two days in Scottish Government with Roseanna Cunningham MSP.

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Parliamentary inquiry on research integrity – contribute to our response

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Parliamentary inquiry on research integrity – contribute to our response

Help shape our response to the Science and Technology Committee's inquiry

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How to get published workshop: a summary

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How to get published workshop: a summary

At the BES Annual Meeting last year in December, the Publications team ran a ‘how to get published’ session as part of the Early Career Workshop.

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Q&A: How can we save the world’s turtle and tortoise species from the wildlife trade?

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Q&A: How can we save the world’s turtle and tortoise species from the wildlife trade?

What are the priorities for the illegal trade of less charismatic freshwater turtle and tortoise species? - A Practitioner's Perspective.

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Annual Meeting Student Prize Winners

Annual Meeting Student Prize Winners

We are pleased to announce the student winners of our Annual Meeting Anne Keymer Prize and Best Poster Prize!

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Vacancies at the journals

Interested in joining the BES journals' editorial team? Methods in Ecology and Evolution is looking for a new Senior Editor, and Functional Ecology and Journal of Animal Ecology are looking for Blog Editors.

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A glimpse inside the European Parliament

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A glimpse inside the European Parliament

Siobhan Vye shares her experience of spending three days in the European Parliament with Julie Girling MEP, as part of our 2016 Parliamentary Shadowing Scheme.

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Press Release: Sounding Them Out – A Unique Conservation Tool for Monitoring Bush-Crickets

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Press Release: Sounding Them Out – A Unique Conservation Tool for Monitoring Bush-Crickets

New research published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution shows how existing bat monitoring could improve our understanding of bush-crickets.

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Press release: Sweat bees on hot chillies - native bees thrive in traditional farming, securing good yield

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Press release: Sweat bees on hot chillies - native bees thrive in traditional farming, securing good yield

New research in Journal of Applied Ecology shows traditional farming creates attractive habitat for native sweat bees.

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New Special Feature: Plant Pollinator Interactions from Flower to Landscape

New Special Feature: Plant Pollinator Interactions from Flower to Landscape

New Special Feature: Plant-pollinator interactions from flower to landscape

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