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    Books of the month- Kew...

    Thu, 28 May 2015

    Two beautiful new colouring books from Kew feature artwork taken from the archive of Curtis...

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    Photo showing diversity of mushrooms from a cloud forest in Ecuador (Image: B. Dentinger)

    Genome mining from...

    Thu, 21 May 2015

    High throughput DNA sequencing has been used to produce the first fully-supported phylogeny...

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    Fascination of Plants Day

    Tue, 12 May 2015

    On 18 May 2015 Kew will be joining plant science organisations around the globe in a...

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    Jonas Mueller with Chinese colleagues

    Seed-collecting in China’s...

    Sun, 12 Apr 2015

    Yunnan province covers only 4% of China’s land surface, yet is home to about half of China’s...

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    Mind the (gender) gap?

    Mon, 30 Mar 2015

    A unique and complete data set created and maintained by Kew scientists over the last 260...

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    Liriodendron

    Cold-driven extinctions

    Wed, 11 Mar 2015

    An integrated analysis of fossils, geographic ranges, climate and phylogeny shows that past...

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    Centrosema pubescens

    Homoglutathione in legumes

    Tue, 10 Mar 2015

    The presence of homoglutathione in legumes is restricted to species in the Old World clade...

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    Mycorrhizal sampling

    Mapping and monitoring...

    Mon, 9 Mar 2015

    Mycologists recommend a Europe-wide scaling-up of mycorrhizal assessments to inform forest...

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    An amazing new project is...

    Fri, 6 Mar 2015

    Kew's Broad Walk is undergoing a complete redesign to create stunning new herbaceous borders...

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    Pictures shows four people standing around a conveyor belt. One person is leaning over the conveyor belt, placing pressed plant specimens onto it. Another person is operating a device that delivers barcode labels.

    Large-scale digitisation...

    Fri, 27 Feb 2015

    Using a DigiStreet conveyor belt system based in Amsterdam, Kew and the Natural History...

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    Science Strategy reveals...

    Mon, 23 Feb 2015

    The new strategy firmly places Kew’s vast collections at the heart of its science.

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    Cunoniaceae account for Flora of New Caledonia

    New format for a...

    Mon, 23 Feb 2015

    A new account of the Cunoniaceae for the Flora of New Caledonia has been produced in a...

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    Darwin's Birthday: 12...

    Wed, 11 Feb 2015

    To mark the birthday of Charles Darwin, find out more about one of the orchids he collected...

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    Book of the month-...

    Tue, 10 Feb 2015

    This beautiful celebration of trees accompanies the new exhibition at the Shirley Sherwood...

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    Photo of artist Rory McEwen standing next to two of his paintings of Auriculas.

    Rory McEwen on BBC4

    Tue, 10 Feb 2015

    The programme 'In Search of Rory McEwen' about the gifted botanical artist and folk singer,...

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