The twenty seventh bulletin for 2016 from the Rothamsted Insect Survey
The twenty sixth bulletin for 2016 from the Rothamsted Insect Survey
As the new school year begins, 17 of the pupils returning to Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden may have an extra boost, having taken part in a leadership project designed to develop their confidence, teamwork and presentation skills.
Targeting a crop pathogen’s sense of touch and taste
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Ask Dr Neil Brown, fungal biologist in Wheat Pathogenomics team at Rothamsted Research, anything about 'Targeting a crop pathogen’s sense of touch and taste'
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The twenty fifth bulletin for 2016 from the Rothamsted Insect Survey
Honeybees learn the position of landmarks around their hive as they explore, which helps them find their way to rewarding flower patches and home again. When they first venture outside the hive, or when a beekeeper moves them to a new location, honeybees perform ‘orientation flights’ to explore and to identify landmarks efficiently.