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Bats use polarised light to navigate

NEWS: They use patterns in the sky to calibrate their magnetic compass

Ancient grassland species take a century to return

NEWS: Old chalk grasslands take 100yrs+ to recover from farming disturbance

Using X-rays to look inside ancient leaves

PODCAST: Synchrotron imaging shows up biochemistry of 50Mya leaves

Sewage treatment contributes to antibiotic resistance

NEWS: There are now environmental pools of highly drug-resistant bacteria

Ancient grassland species take a century to return

Using X-rays to look inside ancient leaves

Sewage treatment contributes to antibiotic resistance

Bats use polarised light to navigate

Greater mouse-eared bat

Bats use polarised light to navigate

They use patterns in the sky to calibrate their magnetic compass.

22 July 2014

Onobrychi

Ancient grassland species take a century to return

Old chalk habitat takes 100yrs+ to recover from farming disturbance.

22 July 2014

X-ray of leaf fossil

Using X-rays to look inside ancient leaves

Synchrotron imaging shows up biochemistry of 50Mya leaves.

22 July 2014

Wildflower meadow  at Swinethorpe

How an urban meadow is boosting biodiversity

What does urban greenery mean for wildlife and well-being?

8 July 2014

Sex and bugs tent

Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll

18 July 2014

There are many places you would expect to find out about science, but alongside your favourite music act probably isn't one of them. Researchers took their science on the road to the mud and mayhem of Britain's music festivals.

Spectacular cliff section hundreds of metres high at Cape Washington

The death of the Sirius debate

How volcanic research is clearing up the history of Antarctica's ice sheet.

11 July 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Summer 2014

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