Edinburgh Garden news

Scientific framework for tropical America

Game of cones: school gamers recruited to save trees

With new threats to tree health never far from the news, the game plan for seven Scottish research institutes has been to work with computer game designers and create a freely-available platform on which young players can pit their wits against pests and diseases in the virtual forest survival strategy game CALEDON. The ultimate aim being to encourage a new generation of much-needed tree health specialists.

Exhibition draws delight on a flourishing 200-year relationship

Building a DNA-based identification system for life

The Wicker Man returns to Logan

Light in the Garden opens at Dawyck

Science and Horticulture must combine forces to save nature

Sadie Barber with some of the seedlings

Botanics staff celebrate arrival of seedlings bred from world’s smelliest plant

Top Malaysian scientist and conservationist honoured

Real potential comes to Scotland for saving Rafflesia

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