Mission statement  Our mission is to collect and integrate scientific findings from the biological sciences and to present them in a way that results in more appreciation for the complexity and biodiversity of life on earth, and, where applicable, provides tools to improve the quality of the environment and human well-being. © BSP 2013 Short CV’s Dr. Arnold van den Burg graduated with distinction at Wageningen University in the fields of ecomorphology, ecophysiology, and molecular ecology. He was awarded his PhD from the Genetics Department of the Medical Faculty of the University of Nottingham (2000). He continued his research on micronutrient deficiencies in forest ecosystems as a post-doc at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology. For six years, he worked at the Bargerveen Foundation / Dept. Animal Ecology and Ecophysiology of the Radboud University Nijmegen, studying environmental pressures on ecosystems and restoration ecology. Some projects as well as teaching are still being continued in partnership. Besides scientific papers and reports, he was (co-) author of two books, before starting BSP. His career in filming was boosted by courses of Wildeye, The International School for Wildlife Filming in the United Kingdom. An Raeymaekers (MSc) was trained at the University of Leuven (Belgium) as bio-engineer with a specialisation in plant pathology. She graduated with distinction and has worked in a joined project of Wageningen University and The Netherlands Institute of Ecology. For several years, she worked in support of BSP product realisation. Currently, she also runs the BSP research project on the ecology of forest ants and woodpeckers. Dr. Erwin van den Burg studied biology at the Wageningen University, The Netherlands, where he graduated with distinction. Following his PhD studies at the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, he conducted several research projects in France, Switzerland, and Germany. His specialisation comprises molecular and cell biology, endocrinology, and neurobiology. For the greater part, his research was focused on the biology of stress and anxiety in the brain and the rest of the body. His scientific results have been published in peer- reviewed international journals, including Science. Until recently he was researcher and co-ordinator of the elite international master's student programme "Experimental and Clinical Neurosciences" at the University of Regensburg, Germany. Besides expertise knowledge in his field, he has special interests in microscopy, field biology, nature photography, and management.