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Achoo! 5 essential reads for pollen season

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation As spring expands across North America, trees, shrubs and flowers are releasing pollen. This fine,...

Planting mixes of flowers around farm fields helps keep bees healthy

Hamutahl Cohen, University of Florida It’s springtime in California, and bees are emerging to feast on flowering fields –...

Valentine’s Day: the pressures of shopping for romance

Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, Anglia Ruskin University For many couples, Valentine’s Day is crunch time. Research has shown that romantic relationships...

Why do flowers smell?

Richard L. Harkess, Mississippi State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all...

Valentine’s Day: COVID-19 wilted the flower industry, but sustainability still a...

Paul D. Larson, University of Manitoba Cut flowers are a multi-billion-dollar business globally, closely linked to social events and...

Figs show that nonnative species can invade ecosystems by forming unexpected...

Jared Bernard, University of Hawaii While surveying the Hawaiian island of Kauai in search of invasive plants in 2017, botanist Kelsey Brock spotted something unusal:...

Tiny treetop flowers foster incredible beetle biodiversity

Caroline S. Chaboo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The Research Brief is a short take on interesting academic work. The big idea Biologists have long known that rainforest treetops...

In dandelions and fireflies, artists try to make sense of climate...

Kate Flint, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Climate change is real, it’s accelerating and it’s terrifying. We are...

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Mapping the world’s ‘blue carbon’ hot spots in coastal mangrove forests

Robert Twilley, Louisiana State University and Andre Rovai, Louisiana State University Human actions have boosted carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere to levels...