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Where are the chicks?
Tagged lapwings provide surprising insights.
Letter to the editor: ‘Taxonomy more important than ever’
‘We need taxonomy in order to recognize and protect life on Earth.’
Soil life in agricultural areas mapped
New map is to stimulate sustainable production on Dutch soil.
New tool is first step towards global soil research
‘Data from biological analyses are incredibly complex.’
Size matters: more big catfish on the hook
Anglers catch bigger and bigger catfish. What's going on underwater?
A Little Wiser – Do animals prefer left or right?
We all know people are left-handed or right-handed, but does that apply…
Plant and animal cells have the same sense of direction
A new set of proteins is discovered that ‘tell’ the cell what…
Hoofed animals bad for Veluwe forests
Wild hoofed animals modify the forests of the Veluwe plateau in undesirable…
Reading the mind of the great tit
Animals are individuals, and their behaviour expresses their personalities.
One century of Wageningen microbiology
In 1917, Professor Nicolaas Söhngen laid the foundations for WUR’s Microbiology chair…
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