SEEN 9.12 – Guest editor Thomas Land


(11/06/2019) Brazil wins legal fight over 100-million-year-old fossil bounty:

(13/06/2019) Some Canadian lakes still store DDT in their mud:

(13/06/2019) Bermuda land snail: An animal “back from the dead”:

(14/06/2019) Many of the world’s rivers are flush with dangerous levels of antibiotics:


Book of the Week (brilliant idea Tom!)

Other Minds by Peter Godfrey-Smith

Enter Nature’s Essay Competition (from Magda Steele and Becky Morris)

Are you aged 18–25? Lucky you. You’re invited to tell Nature, in an essay of no more than 1,000 words, which scientific advance, big or small, you would most like to see in your lifetime. The winner will have their essay published in the 150th anniversary issue on 7 November, and receive a cash prize (£500 or equivalent) as well as a year’s personal subscription to the journal. More information here:

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