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Introducing the BES Policy Guides: helping ecologists engage with the policy world

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Introducing the BES Policy Guides: helping ecologists engage with the policy world

The first in a series of new resources to help ecologists engage with policy

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Press Release: Mistletoe research may keep you healthy

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Press Release: Mistletoe research may keep you healthy

A new study published in Journal of Ecology examines the spread of mistletoe and finds that the plant’s success is determined not only by its compatibility with a host tree but also whether or not the plants’ fruiting seasons overlap.

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Press Release: Corn Seed Treatment Insecticides Pose Risks to Honey Bees, Yield Benefits Elusive

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Press Release: Corn Seed Treatment Insecticides Pose Risks to Honey Bees, Yield Benefits Elusive

New research in the Journal of Applied Ecology finds honey bees are at risk from neonicotinoids that show no improvement to crop yield

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Press Release: Bloomin' Shade! Shady gardens can be beautiful too

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Press Release: Bloomin' Shade! Shady gardens can be beautiful too

We will be shedding light on the science behind shade tolerance in plants at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

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Press Release: How Clean are Finnish Rivers?

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Press Release: How Clean are Finnish Rivers?

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Shining a Light on Coastal Light Pollution

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Shining a Light on Coastal Light Pollution

Light pollution impacts sealife as much as climate change

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Press Release: 'Whispering' keeps humpbacks safe from killer whales, study finds

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Press Release: 'Whispering' keeps humpbacks safe from killer whales, study finds

Newborn humpback whales 'whisper' to their mothers to avoid being overheard by killer whales, researchers have discovered.

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Press Release: Conservation measures can increase the risk of bark-beetle damage

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Press Release: Conservation measures can increase the risk of bark-beetle damage

New research in Journal of Applied Ecology assesses the conflict between forest restorations for conservation and the risk of pest insect outbreaks.

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A General Election from out of the blue: What does this mean for ecology?

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A General Election from out of the blue: What does this mean for ecology?

What does this snap general election mean for ecology and the environment?

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Press release: A sting in the tail: high-speed video captures death stalker scorpion's strike

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Press release: A sting in the tail: high-speed video captures death stalker scorpion's strike

A sting in the tail: high-speed video captures death stalker scorpion's strike

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Promoting your work with Kudos

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Promoting your work with Kudos

Promote your work with Kudos - a free service for researchers to help explain, share and measure the impact of your work.

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A first foray into policy: Voice of the Future 2017

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A first foray into policy: Voice of the Future 2017

Daniel Leybourne shares his first experience of engaging with the world of policy at Voice of the Future

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Article 50 triggered: the challenges ahead for science and the environment

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Article 50 triggered: the challenges ahead for science and the environment

What do the Brexit negotiations mean for ecology and ecologists?

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Early Career Researcher Awards

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Early Career Researcher Awards

The BES journal Editors would like to congratulate the winners for their outstanding papers published in 2016.

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