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Reducing year-to-year variability in the commercial demand for trees for planting could reduce the import of exotic pests and diseases that can damage local forests and woodlands.
15 Aug 2018
Rothamsted Research has retained its Bronze accreditation to the Athena SWAN Charter, which advances gender equality, and under criteria that have broadened the award's scope.
07 May 2018
Researchers have exposed weak spots in a fungal pathogen that wrecks crops by comparing it with a genetically similar fungus that yields mycoprotein for human consumption.
20 Apr 2018
Expertise ranging from novel forage crops to sustainable livestock farming earned awards for two Rothamsted researchers at last week's British Society of Animal Science meeting.
19 Apr 2018
Discovering that children infected with malaria are more attractive to mosquitoes because they emit specific odours from their skin could yield new biomarkers and better traps.
16 Apr 2018
Managing soil by well-designed grazing is the key to an animal’s growth and wellbeing, shows new research that links soil health, pasture value and sustainable production.
13 Apr 2018
So what's life like in the lab, and in the fields? Three recently qualified science technicians have been telling local schoolchildren about their journeys from education to employment.
06 Apr 2018