November 8, 2019

Last Summer, Christophe Patterson was awarded £1500 from the Genetics Society to conduct fieldwork in Brittany, examining the origins of a range-expanding hermit crab to the UK. Here's an article he wrote for the Genetics Society originally published in their newslette...

July 12, 2019

A project headed by Regan, EC21C, has contributed to a BiodivERsA policy brief, along with results from the FarmLand, ECODEAL, APPEAL, SmallFOREST and CONNECT projects.

The brief on Green infrastructure within agricultural landscapes strengthens the supply of ecosystem...

June 21, 2019

There is a vast body of scientific research that could help people in their day-to-day life decisions and work.

Should I vaccinate my kids?

What should I eat?

Peer-reviewed literature, in scientific journals, is a primary source of information and is often paid for by tax...

By Jane Catford (KCL) & Regan Early (University of Exeter)

In an Invasives Species Week special, Jane Catford and Regan Early discuss the possible synergies between climate change and the spread of invasive species.

 Vandan Patel

Whether it is parakeets streaking across t...

April 26, 2019

Conservationists have frequently fallen out in disagreement over the best way to look after species, habitats, and the biosphere as a whole. The FaBio research group recently sat down to discuss Chris D. Thomas’ book ‘Inheritors of the Earth: how nature is thriving in...

April 16, 2019

We are delighted to be joined this April by Neha Awasthi, who is doing her PhD at the Wildlife Institute of India, focused on Kanha Tiger Reserve in central India. Kanha Tiger Reserve in India is known for its long history of annual management fire practices, past vill...

August 15, 2018

Snowshoe hares change their coat colour from white in the winter, to brown in the summer. This change in colour enables them to use camouflage to hide from any potential predators all year round. As our planet warms, the time of snow cover is changing and leaving snows...

May 21, 2018

A policy brief aimed at the European Commission has just been released, based on the results from our BiodivERsA project EC21C.

The brief "Measures to increase ecosystem resilience and avoid tipping points" presents how the results from the EC21C and other projects can...

May 17, 2018

Many of the European mammals whose habitat is being destroyed by climate change are not able to find new places to live elsewhere.

In a paper out today in Diversity and Distributions, 30 of the 62 mammal species we studies will have their habitat substantially affected...

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