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Articles provide updated guidance to authors submitting to the British Journal of Pharmacology - EurekAlert (press release)


EurekAlert (press release)
New editorials published in the British Journal of Pharmacology provide guidance for authors of papers submitted to the journal, with guidance on how to design and conduct experiments as well as what key information should be provided in methodology ...
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British marine biologist working as £900-a-week prostitute to pay off £20k student debt - The Sun


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A BRITISH marine biologist has told how she works as a £900-a-week prostitute to pay off her £20,000 student debt. Known only as Louise she defended her right to sell her body and said she would rather do that than work in a petrol station for minimum ...
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They Journeyed Into One of the Last Great Wildernesses. Here's How It Changed Them. - National Geographic


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It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site, giving shelter to thousands of unique species of flora and fauna and sustenance to a million people, including indigenous groups whose communities line the rivers and dot the delta. When winter floodwaters reach ...

The Association of British Fungus Groups

Axminster, Devon - United Kingdom

The Association of British Fungus Groups, ABFG was founded in 1996 by Michael Jordan, the writer and presenter of the series who is also author of books on fungi including the Encyclopedia of Fungi of Britain and Europe. The Association is committed to bringing more people into amateur mushroom hunting. he ABFG is also closely involved with conservation. We work with Plantlife International and the Fungus Conservation Forum and with other organisations. The ABFG has been involved in the preparation of the Conservation of Wild Mushrooms Code of Practice and in current conservation programmes. We are committed to the sponsorship of new recording groups and to encouraging people of all ages and experience into amateur mycology as the way forward for the future.

As an organisation we serve local groups but despite its title the ABFG is based on individual membership for anyone who wants to explore the world of fungi whether on their own or as part of a group of like-minded people. We look after many of the interests of foray groups in the United Kingdom, including free inclusion in our Public Liability Insurance cover as an ABFG membership benefit. Our aim is to support amateur enthusiasts at all stages of the 'learning curve' in their foraying and other activities concerned with fungi.

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