I always said that I could taste tea bags, now it turns out to have been the pesticides 🙂
If you are in Finland you might like to try this bread
Celery is much more interesting than I thought
We need to rethink how we produce and distribute food
I hate marking and perhaps with reason?
Why eradicating mosquitoes might not be such a good idea after all
You may find this disturbing – the only species we should worry about conserving is us
And here is an alternative viewpoint in response to the above
When to Pay for Scicomm, When to Get Paid for Scicomm, and When to Scicomm for the Love of It
Help the UK Met Office understand how people interpret different visual models of climate data
I’m still on holiday in France so just a series of links this week.
Links to things I thought interesting (picture is the room door of the Ibis Style hotel we stayed at in Paris)
Is “novelty” holding science back?
Using radio tagging to improve the conservation of stag beetles
How ‘Nature’ keeps us healthy, from potted plants to hiking
How scientists at Rothamsted Research and the University of North Texas have engineered a relative of cabbage to produce fish oil
Agricultural efficiency will feed the world, not dogma
A really interesting article about migration and movement of people
Dave Goulson’s work on pesticide residues in garden plants summarised by plant ecologist Ken Thompson
Using a field journal to strengthen learning
At the risk of seeming big-headed an interesting episode of Entocast
I don’t normally post about birds but after this golden oriole
committed suicide against our patio doors thought that this deserved a mention