Leone Olivieri joined Forest Research earlier this year. Here he explains the work he is doing and the influences that led him into a scientific career. He’s also got some great words of advice for would-be scientists.
Forestry, conservation and government organisations, including Forest Research have come together to reaffirm their commitment to work together to promote the importance of adapting trees, woods and forests to climate change.
We are delighted to welcome two new members to the Expert Committee on Forest Science. From 1 June Dr Julie Urquhart joins as social science expert and Dr Eleanor Tew will step on board as Early Career Professional Observer.
A state-of-the-art laboratory conducting innovative research into tree pests and diseases has been officially opened today (Friday 13 May) by Defra and the Forestry Commission, as part of National Plant Health Week.
On 9 April 2022 forestry and tree organisations will be holding the UK’s first ever ‘mapathon’ in which hundreds of volunteers will undertake online tree canopy cover assessments of urban council wards across the UK…
The latest in our Climate Change Factsheet series have been published today, Wednesday 9th February. Aimed at practitioners, the factsheets showcase the breadth of research carried out by Forest Research,…
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