by Rebecca Nesbit
Inspired by Alom Shaha’s Why is Scince Important? video, the four of us have produced our own take, based on one of our favourite foods – cake. As well as producing his own video, Alom ran an impressive project to collect the thoughts of scientists, public figures, and everyone [...]
On Saturday morning I dragged Emma and Trish out of bed rather earlier than they otherwise would have chosen so we could make videos. And here’s the result: the latest research from the BBRSC (who we have to thank for introducing us – they funded our PhDs) on a theme of food.
Becky talks about research [...]
by Rebecca Nesbit
When I was in The Gambia recently my reading material included a review of the world’s fisheries – how are fish going to react to climate change? Which parts of the world will be most affected? How are we going to react to the fishes’ reaction to climate change? So [...]
by Trish Wells
Crop pests eat our food. Natural enemies are species which kill pests and include predators, parasitoids and pathogens. Natural enemies are good. Having lots of different natural enemies working in the same place, having a big team, is seen as a good thing because as things change, for example over the season or [...]
This is the video of our day at the Science is Vital march – our thoughts, the organisers and speakers’ thoughts, and thoughts of others who attended. We broadened our horizons!
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I’m pleased to have a link to our 1st video – it is ringing nightjars in Dorset, a beautiful adult and juvenile caught on 29th August 2010.
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The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) runs a network of over 2,500 trained amateurs, who together ring over 900,000 birds each year. The [...]