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Explore some of the research and activities of our global science and conservation programmes. Keep up to date with current developments in Kew science and science policy.
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Pollen and pollinators in legumes

Kew scientist Hannah Banks, a member of the Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology team, speculates on whether we can use pollen structure to predict which species are vulnerable or resilient to environmental change.

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Herbal medicines on sale in South Korea (Photo: Gaël Chardon, CC BY-SA 2.0)

Trade in threatened medicinal plants - why plant names matter

Jason Irving, from Kew’s Medicinal Plant Names Services (MPNS) project, explains why plant names pose practical problems for the regulation of international trade in medicinal plants, and what Kew is doing to help.

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