.A new study of the upper Atlantic suggests that there are 10 times more micro plastics than was previously thought.
Food and drink are making the move online for this year’s Orkney International Science Festival.
“I spent more than a decade in social work with much of the time focused on primary health care and community mental health. I wanted to use my knowledge and experiences for health services research.”
A giant raft of pumice is helping to sustain Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
“‘We are what we eat’ is certainly a truism, but it is neither a trope nor a cliché. “
Planting nearly 24,000 metres of hedgerows alongside a range of agri-environment areas on their farm, the Sutherland family has dramatically improved the sustainability and biodiversity of Simbister.
The HeliNOTS system outlines the non-technical skills (NTS) recognised as vital to the role of these specialised pilots.
“In a strange way, the constraints of lockdown have encouraged us to think innovatively about education and public engagement” Professor Frank Rennie, Lews Castle UHI
The use and meaning of maps was the subject of a fascinating online talk from Chris Fleet of the National Library of Scotland.
Monday 18th of May is International Museums Day.