Published bi-monthly (six issues a year), The Biologist carries the full richness and diversity of biology. Science is brought to life with stimulating and authoritative review articles while topical pieces discuss science and education policy, new developments or controversial issues. Aimed at professional biologists everywhere, its straightforward style makes it ideal for educators and students at all levels, as well as the interested amateur.
Rise in urban beekeeping may have gone too far, scientists warn
University of Sussex scientists are urging people in towns and cities keen to help the honey bee not to buy a hive but to grow bee-friendly flowers instead.
Blue tits provide insight into climate change
(Phys.org) —Researchers believe that the size of birds' nests created in response to changing weather patterns may be partly to blame for reproductive failures over the last two years.
Science used to catch serial killers helps control pests and disease
A technique designed to help criminologists catch serial killers is being used by scientists to locate sources of disease, control pests and study animal behaviour. Locating a serial killer's home is similar to finding the ...