In the academic year 2016–2017, Kew scientists, in collaboration with numerous national and international research partners, published 350 papers in international peer reviewed journals and books. Here we bring together the abstracts of some of these papers, led by Kew scientists.
Download the Kew Science Publications Booklet 2016-17.
The full list of publications by Kew Scienists in 2017.
See the list of publications by Kew Scientists in 2016.
The 2017 State of the World’s Plants report provides an overview of knowledge of the world's plants. Building on the success of the 2016 report, it looks not only at the numbers of plants, but also why they are important and what makes some plants more resilient than others to threats of climate change, wildfires and pests.
The 2016 State of the World’s Plants report describes what we know about plants such as how many plant species there are and new plant discoveries in 2015. It also assesses our knowledge of global threats to plants and details international trade, as well as policies and international agreements to deal with some of the threats.
An international journal for taxonomy, systematics and conservation of plants and fungi.
The newsletter of the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership (MSBP).
Curtis’s Botanical Magazine provides an international forum of particular interest to botanists and horticulturists, plant ecologists and those with a special interest in botanical illustration.
Orchid Research Newsletter is published twice a year and provides details of recent orchid literature, changes in orchid nomenclature and news from the orchid world (including upcoming conferences, book reviews etc.).