Botanical Society of America RSS Feeds

We have moved the popular "Botany in the News" and BSA Books for Review feature to an xml formate as a live RSS Feed.

What is an RSS Feed? RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication", a format for distributing and reading content from sources across the web, such as magazines, news sites, blogs and a variety of other media. It updates our web pages and/or lets you know when the contnet changes, depending on how you set things up. Here we provide you with the opportunity to keep up to date with various BSA activities. Click on a link to subscribe in the manner that fits your needs. For us non-technical folks, choose the RSS Feed button. This will allow you to simply place a bookmark on your browser.

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 PLANT SCIENCE BULLETIN  

» BOOKS NEEDING REVIEW
» ANNOUNCEMENTS

  BOTANY IN THE NEWS   

» The Erosion of Collections-Based Science: Alarming Trend or Coincidence?



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  BOTANY BLOGS   

» Uncommon Ground
» The Phytophactor
» Active Visual Learning
» Moss Plants and More
» No seeds, no fruits, no flowers: no problem.
» A Wandering Botanist

  IDEAS WORTH SPREADING (TED)   

» The hidden beauty of pollination
» The roots of plant intelligence
» Why we're storing billions of seeds
» Nalini Nadkarni on conserving the canopy
» Why can't we grow new energy?
» World's oldest living things

 FEATURED BSA RESOURCES

» BSA members' PLANT VIDEOS online
  

» Economic Botany - How We Value Plants....
» Crime Scene Botanicals - Forensic Botany

  STUDENTS' CORNER

» Why should you join the Society as a student?

» NEW MEMBERS - Connecting with the BSA

Careers in Botany

» POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
» Post a Position

» Some Careers Ideas
    • An Adventure - this is my job!
    • International Journey to a Botany Career
    • Botany as a career: Still having fun
» BOTANY - the students' perspective
    • Tanya, University of California
    • Patricia, University of Washington
    • Cheng-Chiang, Harvard University
    • Uromi, Yale University

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