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    Somme 100 poster with CWGC logo

    Kew staff on the Somme,...

    Tue, 14 Jun 2016

    This summer, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is embarking on an emotive quest to coincide...

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    Photo of Pantanal biome in Brazil

    State of the World's...

    Mon, 9 May 2016

    The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has released the first annual report on the State of the...

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    Missing: 70% of crop wild...

    Tue, 22 Mar 2016

    Nature Plants has published the latest results of the global gap analysis paper 'Global...

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    Photo of forest surrounded by mist

    State of the World's...

    Tue, 15 Mar 2016

    Browse our programme of speakers, discover the key questions that will be addressed, and...

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    International Conservation...

    Thu, 25 Feb 2016

    Kew’s Science Policy team is looking for interns to work on a range of projects related to...

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    Image of flowers of Eschweilera

    State of the World's...

    Thu, 18 Feb 2016

    In May 2016, Kew will launch a ground-breaking new report on the State of the World’s Plants...

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    Image showing a global snapshot of the Vegetation Sensitivity Index (VSI), a new indicator of vegetation sensitivity to climate variability using satellite data between 2000-2013 at 5km resolution

    How sensitive are global...

    Wed, 17 Feb 2016

    Are some ecosystems more sensitive to climatic variability than others? This is the question...

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    Scholarship for QMUL Kew MSc

    Mon, 15 Feb 2016

    A Lee Botany and Biodiversity scholarship for the MSc Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity...

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    Photo of Kathy Willis

    Kew's Director of...

    Wed, 10 Feb 2016

    Professor Katherine Willis, Director of Science at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew will be giving...

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    Image showing a grass dominated ecosystem on the Horombe plateau in central Madagascar occupy 20– 40% of Earth.

    Scientific Meeting:...

    Thu, 4 Feb 2016

    This summer Kew scientists will meet with international colleagues to discuss the...

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    Image showing that Madagascar’s pastures are viewed as degraded anthropogenic vegetation but this disturbed ecosystem in Ankaramy Be is dominated by native and endemic grasses.

    Madagascar's rich and...

    Thu, 28 Jan 2016

    Maria Vorontsova describes her recent study showing that Madagascar's diverse grass flora...

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    Image showing The top new species scorers at Kew for 2015 all with over 20 species published. Left to right: John Wood, 25 new convolvulaceae; Ian Darbyshire, >20 African acanthaceae, and Eve Lucas, >20 Brazilian myrtaceae.

    More than 140 new species...

    Wed, 6 Jan 2016

    In an article published by The Independent on 26th December 2015, Kew scientists were...

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    Photo of Sheila Thompson

    Sheila Thompson awarded MBE

    Thu, 31 Dec 2015

    We are delighted to announce that Kew Science volunteer Sheila Thompson has been awarded an...

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    Kew scientist presents...

    Mon, 21 Dec 2015

    Maria Vorontsova, Research Leader for Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology (CPFB) describes...

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