While land-use change remains the most important driver of decline, the impact of climate change on butterflies is also evident in the new Red List
By Steve Drury First PUBLISHED ON April 21, 2022 Among the oldest known rocks are metamorphosed pillow basalts on Nuvvuagittuk Island in Quebec on the east side of Hudson Bay, Canada. They contain […]
“Bumblebees are mostly threatened by loss and degradation of nesting and feeding habitat.” Richard Comont, Science Manager at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Starting tonight, Monday May 23rd, 7.30pm, is a series of 6 talks hosted on the Orkney International Science Festival YouTube channel which will look at how rural and island areas can stem the tide of centralisation.
“Alan had an extraordinary intuitive grasp of spatial relationships, and could just look at a plan of an ancient site, or the relative placing of two or more on the globe, and tell what the significance was.”
“Her interest in geology is mentioned in her literary works – indeed in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall she references the science and a book by Sir Humphry Davy directly.” Sally Jaspars, University of Aberdeen
“The type of parasites we find are compatible with previous evidence for winter feasting on animals during the building of Stonehenge.” Dr Piers Mitchell, Cambridge’s Department of Archaeology.
Artistic impression of the Chengjian Biota
Based in Rosyth, Fife, the £4.6 million facility, FastBlade, was officially opened on Friday, 13 May 2022.
On 15th of May 1957 Great Britain tested its first hydrogen bomb near Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean