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Bottlenose dolphins use specific whistles as names

NEWS: The signature whistles are unique to each individual

The effects of metal pollution on fish

PODCAST: How fish are adapting to metal pollution in UK rivers

Microscope hack to analyse parasite

NEWS: Could offer cheap disease diagnosis for drinking water

The science of sustainable drainage

FEATURE: Heavy rain can be bad news in built-up areas, but BGS science is helping housebuilders cope

The effects of metal pollution on fish

Microscope hack to analyse parasite

The science of sustainable drainage

Bottlenose dolphins use specific whistles as names

Bottlenose Dolphin

Bottlenose dolphins use specific whistles as names

The signature whistles are unique to each individual.

19 November 2014

Schistosoma mansoni

Microscope hack to analyse parasite

Could offer cheap disease diagnosis for drinking water.

10 November 2014

Bike in river

The effects of metal pollution on fish

How fish are adapting to metal pollution in UK rivers.

11 November 2014

Honeybees

Parasite stops bees finding their way home

Why some honeybees struggle to return to their hives.

28 October 2014

Sustainable Drainage Systems map

The science of sustainable drainage

7 November 2014

As the floods that struck Britain in early 2014 made all too clear, heavy rain can be bad news for homes, businesses and the environment. Tom Marshall found out how the British Geological Survey (BGS) is helping housebuilders control flooding while saving money.

Parasite Pseudosmittia

The climate bug

Midges are just a nuisance for most of us, but for researchers they're providing useful information.

17 October 2014


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Autumn 2014

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