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Arctic bugs survive at -27°C

NEWS: Spiders, beetles and flies are more resilient to the cold than thought

The evolution of the British peppered moth

PODCAST: Scientists explain how the black peppered moth changed colour

Isotopes reveal royal diet

NEWS: Richard III led a life of luxury during brief reign

Mycology against malaria

FEATURE: How fungus can help protect people from insect-borne diseases

The evolution of the British peppered moth

Isotopes reveal royal diet

Mycology against malaria

Arctic bugs survive at -27°C

Arctic bugs

Arctic bugs survive at -27°C

Spiders, beetles and flies are more resilient to the cold than thought.

20 August 2014

Richard III skull

Isotopes reveal royal diet

Richard III led a life of luxury during brief reign.

17 August 2014

Peppered moth

The evolution of the British peppered moth

Scientists explain how the black peppered moth changed colour.

19 August 2014

Cars on an icy winter road

Measuring air quality from a car

Why scientists are using electric cars to monitor air pollution.

5 August 2014

Research at Moor House

Taking the environment's pulse

1 August 2014

Long-term observation of our ecosystems is critical for us to understand environmental change. The Environmental Change Network has contributed for two decades - here are a few of its accomplishments.

Microbes

It's a microbial world

A glimpse into the tiny, ancient world of marine microorganisms.

25 July 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Summer 2014

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