First Annual State of the World's Plants report published by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

26th May 2016

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has launched their first annual State of the World's Plants report which is now available online

The report addresses thirteen questions about our current knowledge on the State of the World’s Plants. The main findings not only illustrate the incredible amount of information that is already available about the world’s plants but also the significant knowledge gaps.

Tribute to Brian Chambers - SUM Journal Special Issue

25th May 2016

Look out for the Special Issue of Soil Use and Management sponsored by ADAS, which is dedicated to the memory of Professor Brian Chambers who sadly passed away in 2014.

The issue comprises an editorial/obituary and 17 papers on a broad range of topics relating to soil nutrient management, the environment and policy

It can be accessed now via the Wiley online library.

SEESOIL Early Career one day event - “What next? Careers in soil science” joint meeting with IAgrE

9th May 2016

Are you wondering what to do post-PhD?

Do you know what your options are? Or how to go about getting a job that uses your skills in soil science?

Don't miss the opportunity to find out at this FREE* event at Cranfield University on 19 May!

Please ensure you REGISTER if you are planning to attend as the organisers need final numbers for catering and room size.