Stomata are necessary for photosynthesis, but they’re also access points for pathogens. How do plants defend them?
Understanding an imaginary virus could have real consequences.
Have we banished the hungry gap? Pat Heslop-Harrison has been talking to BBC Radio Leicester.
Catch up with the blog posts and tweets from the International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen on Tuesday.
For Joe Friday, it was enough to ask for “just the facts, ma’am.”* But do the facts help science communication?
For people more interested in LOLCatkins instead of LOLCats.
It’s helpful to put out reminders some times, so here’s something if you are a blogger or want to be a blogger.
A survey that said most Americans couldn’t name a living scientist. People on Twitter took this as inspiration for a positive response.
Anyone can celebrate Darwin Day and promote science, without even leaving the house.