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Improving Livelihoods of Chimpanzees Rescued from Trafficking

Improving Livelihoods of Chimpanzees Rescued from Trafficking
Description
The International Day of Forests was first observed on March 21st 2013, following a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly.
Date:
30/03/2019

Professor Gurdyal Besra is awarded 2020 Morton Lecture by the Biochemical Society

Professor Gurdyal Besra is awarded 2020 Morton Lecture by the Biochemical Society
Description
The 2020 Morton Lecture has been awarded to Professor Gurdyal S. Besra in recognition of his outstanding contribution to lipid biochemistry.
Date:
28/03/2019

Researchers present at Science Museum Lates

Researchers present at Science Museum Lates
Description
Professor David Hannah and Professor Jeremy Pritchard have each presented at the Science Museum Lates event on 27 March.
Date:
28/03/2019

Epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA

Epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA
Description
The new field of epitranscriptomics determines the topography and dynamics of modifications in RNA; new research by Dr Matthias Soller and Dr Rupert Fray
Date:
18/03/2019

Chatterpies, haggisters and ninuts could help children love conservation

Chatterpies, haggisters and ninuts could help children love conservation
Description
Weaving stories and intriguing names into children's education about the natural world could help to engage them with species' conservation messages, new research shows.
Date:
08/03/2019

Young people care about climate change – teachers need to engage with that passion

Description
Today's school students will be the ones who must reverse climate change, cope with it as best they can, or experience its consequences. Professor Jeremy Pritchard writes for The Conversation.
Date:
06/03/2019

The Health of Our Oceans: Seabirds as Sentinels

Description
Oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface area and they routinely provide food for approximately 1 billion people while supporting the livelihoods of a further 200 million people.
Date:
04/02/2019

The Health of Our Oceans: Seabirds as Sentinels

Description
Oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface area and they routinely provide food for approximately 1 billion people while supporting the livelihoods of a further 200 million people.
Date:
04/02/2019
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