This exciting Masters course teaches vital plant and fungal identification skills in the context of evolutionary biology and conservation theory and practice. It includes a field course in Madagascar and a six-month research project.
Scientists and policy-makers from all around the globe gathered at Kew 13 – 14 September to explore and discuss current knowledge of fungi and the major issues affecting fungal diversity and abundance.
On the 2 September 2018, Brazil’s Museu Nacional, and most of its collections, caught fire. This was a massive disaster, both for Brazil and for science. Kew scientist William Milliken shares how Kew can lend a helping hand.