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Widespread coverage for research on floral electrical fields

22 February 2013

Research by Professor Daniel Robert, Dr Heather Whitney and Dominic Clarke in the School of Biological Sciences which found that bees and flowers communicate using electrical fields received widespread media coverage in the UK and across the world.

Research by Professor Daniel Robert, Dr Heather Whitney and Dominic Clarke in the School of Biological Sciences which found that bees and flowers communicate using electrical fields was covered by The Times, The Guardian, The Observer, The Daily Mail, New Scientist, BBC News, Nature.com, Belfast Telegraph, The Australian, Le Figaro, German Public Radio, Globe and Mail (Canada), BBC World Service, Phys.org, Science News, Wired, Correio Braziliense, La Tribune de Geneve, CBC, ABC, New Zealand Radio and other media around the world.

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