Monthly Archives: May 2012

Seaweed extracts could protect against abiotic stress in plants

At the end of a busy news week for BEES, research by a team led by Prof. Peter Jones has been featured in one of Britain’s top farming magazines – Farmers Weekly. The article focuses on work being conducted to … Continue reading

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International Field Geosciences in the Irish Times

Katie Quinn, International Field Geosciences student at BEES and University of Montana, featured in this morning’s Irish Times. Find out more about International Field Geosciences on the BEES website.

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River Management and Restoration in Spain

Four BEES PhD students (Fergus Mc Auliffe, Ruth Enright, Lucas Jagodzinski and Maria Kirrane) took part in the Erasmus Life Long Learning intensive research program “River Management and Restoration in the Atlantic Arc”. This project took place in Cangas del … Continue reading

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