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Out of the laboratory and into the Amazon

FEATURE: Taking atmospheric science deep into the rainforest

Linking sewage treatment with antibiotic resistance

PODCAST: Sewage plants could be helping spread antibiotic resistance

Honeybee homing hampered by parasite

NEWS: Exhausted workers struggle to make it back to the nest

How marine life responds to underwater noise

PODCAST: Exploring the effects on fish of building offshore wind turbines

Linking sewage treatment with antibiotic resistance

Honeybee homing hampered by parasite

How marine life responds to underwater noise

Out of the laboratory and into the Amazon

Honeybees

Honeybee homing hampered by parasite

Exhausted workers struggle to make it back to the nest.

3 September 2014

Elephant hawk moth

Changes in farming and climate hurting British moths

Britain's moths menaced by climate change and habitat loss.

28 August 2014

Petri dish

Linking sewage treatment with antibiotic resistance

Sewage plants could be helping spread antibiotic resistance.

16 September 2014

Shoal

How marine life responds to underwater noise

Exploring the effects on fish of building offshore wind turbines.

2 September 2014

Ben Langford in the Amazon

Out of the laboratory and into the Amazon

19 September 2014

Working in the field always makes research more challenging, and doing atmospheric science deep in the rainforest is especially tricky. Here's how mosquito repellent, gaffer tape and balloons helped keep one project on track.

Sinkhole

That sinking feeling

What's behind the epidemic of sinkholes around the UK in early 2014?

29 August 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Autumn 2014

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