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The special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B looks at the spread of infectious diseases, such as SARS, Bird Flu and...

  • When: Monday 16th July, 12pm – 3pm
  • Where: Riverside walkway (by Gabriel’s Wharf), South Bank, London, SE1
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This week's update shows that of the 63,837 species assessed, 19,817 are threatened with extinction, including 41% of amphibians, 33% of reef...

The biennial publication, produced in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London and the Global Footprint Network, was launched today...

The Trust awards Travelling Fellowships to British citizens from all walks of life to travel overseas, to bring back knowledge and best practice...

Disastrous disease outbreaks like the one which led to the decimation of the red squirrel in Britain can now be avoided through the implementation...

The past year has been an eventful one for the IoZ. From science communication events and the launch of projects such as the iBats surveillance...

This competition is a chance for early career scientists to present their work to the House of Commons, and a chance for politicians to get an...

Hurricanes, droughts, flooding and wildfires are predicted to increase in frequency and severity – but despite being able to spot human...

The Masters course in wild animal health (MSc WAH) has been running for 17 years and has produced over 190 graduates. The Masters course in wild...

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