As the UK Government is set to return England to GM engineered foods, in Tayside farmers have been looking at a quite different way of farming: creating a Bioregion.
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“When I visited Herculaneum I was fortunate enough to have a guide who didn’t stick to the rules and used his keys to let me into places which were usually kept locked. “
From 13th to 18th of June, Heriot Watt University, celebrates its bicentennial.
“The game has you go around the several islands around Sequin Land as opposed to the just one shared big map of the previous games”
Home to over 2 million people and to some of Earth’s most biodiverse ecosystems The Third Pole includes the Tibetan plateau. It is the third largest reservoir of ice and snow after the North and South poles.
“From where we were sitting we could look down and across to two crannogs in the Loch “
A probable Denisovan molar from 164 to 131 ka old cave sediments in northern Laos. (credit: Demeter, et al.; Fig. 2)
Sir Ernest Shackleton in a small boat to seek rescue for his crew. Just one of many stories to be covered in the 2022 Orkney International Science Festival Image credit: prob Frank Hurley, the expedition’s photographer
“The Cairns is so very important archeologically.”