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New online resource can help users 'bee' friendly when it comes to planting for pollinators

University of Sussex    Translate This Article
17 August 2022

On 17 August 2022 University of Sussex reported: An online database developed at the University of Sussex which documents pollinator-plant interactions, could help the public understand how to plant for pollinators and support biodiversity. Dr. Nicholas Balfour, researcher at the University of Sussex within the School of Life Sciences, says that the 'database summarizes a wealth of information on plant-pollinator interactions that were previously buried in the scientific literature. This unique resource can be used to answer fundamental ecological questions on pollination interactions, as well as applied questions in conservation practice.' Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and education, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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