Historic Kew Gardens collection to go digital in major boost for climate change research

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A £15 million investment to digitise the world’s largest collection of plant and fungal specimens will “revolutionise” climate change research and help protect biodiversity for generations to come, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury announced today (4 November).

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