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Edible gifts given by male crickets to their female partners during mating contain unique proteins which could affect the females’ behaviour according to research from the University of Exeter and Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, published today in the journal PLOS ONE.
A groundbreaking exhibition inspired by the prominent English Renaissance poet Michael Drayton will open to the public in the Forum on 7 October 2015
Thirty-one percent of cactus species are threatened with extinction.
Drop-in sessions to dicsuss October's Team Brief or any topic are open to all on Wednesday 7 October 1.30-2pm.
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