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‘Potash price rise undermines global food security’ warning

Rising prices for potash across the globe are creating a threat to the level of global food security warns a new joint study by UCL, the University of Edinburgh and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrol…

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‘Potash price rise undermines global food security’ warning

Rising prices for potash across the globe are creating a threat to the level of global food security warns a new joint study by UCL, the University of Edinburgh and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrol…

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Innovations in geodetics for environmental research

From coastal landslide modelling to mapping geological hazards, monitoring active lava domes and biodiversity management, Lee Jones explains how drone-based and terrestrial LiDAR scanning has transfo…

Comment And Analysis

Keep it clean

Chemical disinfectants are hazardous to lab staff, and if discharged into the wastewater, pose a health risk to wildlife, ecosystems and the general public. Paul Birchmore makes the case for thermal …

Interviews

In agro: field labs and farmer-led research

The Innovative Farmers not for profit network brings together farmers and growers with researchers to enable field trials (pun intended). A decade’s worth of on-farm trial results demonstrate farmer-…

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Water droplet

This amazing image – Crack Patterns I, by Thomas Séon – shows a water droplet falling onto a silicon substrate at -36°C...