Business is blooming: Nature’s vital role in our economy
Many of us are familiar with concepts of economic and social capital. However, we’re missing out on the economic value of ...
Sea elephants and where to find them
Our very own Debbie Wall-Palmer about two new articles on atlantid heteropods (zooplankton)!
Naturalis at Sea
Seven months, five ocean provinces and a whopping 130 scientists: the RV Pelagia (NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research) has started ...
DNA may unravel an old story of species dispersal
Crested newts show enclaves and potential species replacement, with possible implications for humans.
Tulip bulbs and beechnuts: famine food consumed during World War II
The Dutch wartime diet explained from an ethnobotanical perspective, with contributions of 78 Dutch world war 2 survivors.
Delta Plan Biodiversity Recovery
Koos Biesmeijer, scientific director Naturalis: “With a grand diversity of parties, strong for biodiversity!”
Becky Desjardins is preparator and part of the whale team. She describes the work that was involved by dissecting the whale that ...