Why Tyrannosaurus was a slow runner

... and why the fastest animals are only medium-sized.

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(Photo: David Nunn / flickr)

Climate change: Biodiversity prevents species loss

In meadows with high plant-species richness, nematode communities cope better with warming.

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(Photo: Jacob Miller / Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve)

Publication of first-ever emmer genome in Science

The genome sequencing of this wild wheat provides a ‘time tunnel’ capable of boosting future food production and safety. More ›

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iDiv Summer School 2017
3–15 September, Leipzig
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Events

03 Aug EIE Seminar: Slugtales - previous results for the field experiment with slug excrement as biological plant protection 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Location: Red Queen
10 Aug EIE Seminar 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Location: Red Queen
17 Aug EIE Seminar: Mycorrhizal networks overgrow iDiv aka Why we need a workshop on mycorrhiza research 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Location: Red Queen
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