23 May 2017
New research in the Journal of Applied Ecology finds honey bees are at risk from neonicotinoids that show no improvement to crop yield
19 May 2017
We will be shedding light on the science behind shade tolerance in plants at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
15 May 2017
10 May 2017
28 April 2017
Light pollution impacts sealife as much as climate change
26 April 2017
Newborn humpback whales 'whisper' to their mothers to avoid being overheard by killer whales, researchers have discovered.
21 April 2017
New research in Journal of Applied Ecology assesses the conflict between forest restorations for conservation and the risk of pest insect outbreaks.
20 April 2017
What does this snap general election mean for ecology and the environment?
05 April 2017
A sting in the tail: high-speed video captures death stalker scorpion's strike
04 April 2017
Promote your work with Kudos - a free service for researchers to help explain, share and measure the impact of your work.
31 March 2017
Daniel Leybourne shares his first experience of engaging with the world of policy at Voice of the Future
29 March 2017
What do the Brexit negotiations mean for ecology and ecologists?
28 March 2017
The BES journal Editors would like to congratulate the winners for their outstanding papers published in 2016.
27 March 2017
Raising awareness during Invasive Species Week: improving the evidence underpinning invasive non-native species
22 March 2017
Daniella Rabaiotti reports on a unique opportunity for scientists in Parliament