Spring has finally sprung. The bulbs are out in Kew Gardens, and so are March's highlights from our biology journals.
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- March biology highlights: octopuses, heavy metal, and pocket-sized DNA sequencing - 10th April 2015
- From farm to plate, make food safe! - 7th April 2015
- Dried up! The effects of 2014 on Western US Lake Ecosystems - 13th November 2014
Today on World Health Day 2015, the World Health Organization are campaigning to raise awareness of food safety as a priority area of public health concern.
Dr. Ron Larson is a retired fish and wildlife biologist and photographer based in Klamath Falls, Oregon, and a co-author of the “Common Plants of the Upper… Read more »
To mark today’s launch of Canine Genetics and Epidemiology, we asked the Kennel Club’s Health Information Manager, Aimée Llewellyn, to tell us more about… Read more »
What have dogs ever done for us? Humans and dogs have a long history of co-existence and companionship, and our four-legged friends can have a profound impact… Read more »
Guest blog post by Monaca Noble, Marine Invasions lab, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center How do you control an invasive species? This is the question we… Read more »
In a new review article published today in Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases (JVATiTD), Anna Nekaris and colleagues review the… Read more »
Today marks the publication of a special article collection in Veterinary Research on the subject of zoonosis and parasitosis in the Indian Ocean islands.… Read more »
Canine Genetics and Epidemiology (CGE) is a new peer-reviewed open access journal, published by BioMed Central with the support and backing of the Kennel Club,… Read more »
Keiko Herrick and colleagues at the University of Alaska Fairbanks have put forward a model of avian influenza virus (AIV) prediction in wild birds, published… Read more »