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Feeding in a human-dominated world
Autumn 2017
01 November 2017

Humans now dominate the world, with widespread and far-reaching consequences for many aspects of the animal kingdom. Wildlife nutrition is linked to both ecological (e.g. food availability) and physiological (e.g. ability to digest food) factors, which have been significantly altered as a consequence of human presence.

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The changing climate of Plant membrane technology
Autumn 2017
01 November 2017

The International Workshop on Plant Membrane Biology (IWPMB) 2016, was held in Annapolis (USA), and from this the special issue entitled “The Changing Climate of Plant Membrane Biology” was produced.

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Spotlight on...Catie Lichten
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

“It strikes me that being able to communicate complex scientific information in a clear way is similar to solving a puzzle,” says Catie Lichten, who works as a policy researcher for a not-for-profit policy research institute.

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New breeding plant technologies - A regulatory conundrum
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

In a post-truth era, how do we communicate controversial science? The Science with Impact event at the SEB Annual Meeting 2017 in Gothenburg will address this question, and discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of past approaches.