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Press Release: Scientists take ‘Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll’ to Glastonbury

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Press Release: Scientists take ‘Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll’ to Glastonbury

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BES Policy Fellowship with UK Government: applications now open

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BES Policy Fellowship with UK Government: applications now open

Applications are now open for the first BES Policy Fellowship with UK Government

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General Election result: a hung Parliament

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General Election result: a hung Parliament

The General Election results are in, leaving a hung Parliament and a Conservative minority government. What does it mean for science and the environment?

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A summary of the Greener UK Hustings

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A summary of the Greener UK Hustings

A summary of the key points discussed at the Greener UK Hustings, held on 30th May, with candidates from the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green parties

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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: 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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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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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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Improving the evidence base for tackling the threat of invasive non-native species

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Improving the evidence base for tackling the threat of invasive non-native species

Raising awareness during Invasive Species Week: improving the evidence underpinning invasive non-native species

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Voice of the Future 2017: a scientist's perspective

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Voice of the Future 2017: a scientist's perspective

Daniella Rabaiotti reports on a unique opportunity for scientists in Parliament

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Parliamentary inquiry into the UK's role in Arctic sustainability - contribute to our response

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Parliamentary inquiry into the UK's role in Arctic sustainability - contribute to our response

Contribute to the BES's response to the EAC inquiry into the UK's role in Arctic sustainability.

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We need to talk about Nitrogen

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We need to talk about Nitrogen

Nitrogen deposition is contributing factor to the decline in biodiversity. Plantlife's report explains why.

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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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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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