2022 left us memorable moments: the celebration of illustrious anniversaries, the resurrection of physical over virtual scientific congresses and the publication of remarkable research articles that showcase the wonders of the green world. It’s hard to choose among the thousands of noteworthy events and impressive discoveries … for the sake of time, here are the essentials!
A movement to improve opportunities for women in Argentina may be growing to cover more of Latin America.
They say you can’t be what you can’t see, so meet the women showing that you can make it in Crop Science.
A manuscript from Renaissance Italy (?) has baffled researchers for over a century.
Mobile and plant-based measurements of fossil fuel CO2 can help quantify decarbonization progress in cities
People are looking to leave Twitter, but where can they go to?
Now you can learn about a century of research into flowering time.
Michela Osnato talks to Dr. Jae-Seong Yang and Dr. Ivan Reyna-Llorens about their recent Plant Synthetic Biology conference in Barcelona.
We’ll be aiming to expand the range of what we can share.
Trees that have stood for thousands of years may soon collapse due to climate change. If they do, they’ll take irreplaceable aboriginal art with them.
A top-quality pillow is essential for a good night’s sleep, but what pillow do you need for the longest sleep? A study of pillows in Polish graves shows that Catholics and Protestants had different ideas.
Welcome to two editors who will expand Botany One’s horizons.
Two recent papers take different approaches to the potentially disastrous consequences of loading the stratosphere with ash but combined, they act as a warning for the fragility of food security.
It was thought that people preferred graveyards to be tidy. A new survey finds that visitors can accept the presence of some decaying matter – opening more possibilities for biodiversity.