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Meet the Ocellated Turkey

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Meet the ocellated turkey. An ocellated turkey male. Photo: (C) Yeray Seminario, By Matt Miller, senior science writer.

Meet the Man Who Got Stung for Science

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But it is Schmidt’s descriptions that really stand out: think Stephen King meets Wine Spectator tasting notes. “I Imagine W.C. By Matt Miller.

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Seattle Voters, meet Democracy Vouchers

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Come over and meet my favorite council candidate, and bring your vouchers!” Next time, I’ll do the same from a candidate’s perspective.

Meet the NatureNet Science Fellows: Sanaz Vahidinia

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Adventures in Alternative Energy: Giant Clam Edition. Giant clams as alternative energy powerhouses. Who knew? “I By Cara Byington. By Cara Byington.

NatureNet Science Research Update: Nanotechnology

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More on the NatureNet Science Fellows. R&D for a Future Powered by Clean Energy. By Cara Byington. Batteries that Run on Blood? By Cara Byington.

Sea Turtles of St. Croix: Research Benefits Nesting Beaches

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I’m here to learn more about this research program that could provide a blueprint for protecting sea turtle nesting beaches. Croix. On St.

Nature as Normal: Our Lead Scientist’s Research Agenda

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That’s why I’ll be leading more research this year into what personal behavior changes could make the biggest impact on water conservation.

Molecular Science Meets Muddy Boots Ecology in Kenya

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Meet the NatureNet Science Fellows: Tyler Kartzinel. Meet More NatureNet Fellows. Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Wilfred Odadi.

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Camera Trap Meets Studio Lighting: Stunning Images and the Story Behind Them

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Conservation Research Fellow at the University of Wyoming. This is not your usual backyard camera trapping. Sure, they’re cool. By Matt Miller.

Meet the 2014 NatureNet Science Fellows

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The fellows begin their two-year assignments this fall, working within the Conservancy’s U.S. and international programs. Mentors: C.

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New Research on the Remarkable Binge-Eating Bull Trout

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Meet one of the champion binge eaters of the world: bull trout. It’s just the latest research on the intricacies of the salmon migration.

Meet up in Tel Aviv for riveting chat on revenue-stage FoodTech startups

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Then hightail it to a special meet up to hear how an innovator took his initial food tech concept and nurtured it to fruition. Tel Aviv.

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Of “Pizzlies” and Goose Dinners: The Latest Research on Polar Bears

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Be that as it may, polar bears continue to draw the attention of reporters, non-profits and researchers. Bear Meets Goose. Griffith.

Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Michael Pennino

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Michael Pennino, NatureNet Science Fellow 2014. Photo Courtesy of Michael Pennino. By Cara Byington, Science Communications Specialist.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Daniel Karp

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Translating results for big research and aid groups. NatureNet Science Fellow Daniel Karp. Photo courtesy of D. So what’s the solution?

Visit Israel’s Agritech and meet flux – for feeding the world on drought

Green Prophet

Meet this startup at Israel’s agricultural world expo of the year April 28 to 30. And it will only get worse. And we need it now. Why not?

Insect farms to meet feed demand for animals, and us?

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Dutch regulations restrict Amsterdam-based Protix Biosystems to producing its insect-based feeds for research purposes only.

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Yellow Spring Beauty: Meet the Rare Wildflower of New Jersey

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By Jim Wright Hammond’s Yellow Spring Beauty ( Claytonia virginica var. What’s the big deal? A field of Hammond’s Yellow Spring Beauty.

Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Haoran Yang

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Yang’s current research touches on three of the most pressing: cost, efficiency and toxicity. What Would You Do With Nanotechnology? ©

Seattle Candidates, meet Democracy Vouchers

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Go meet voters and ask for their vouchers. You spend your time meeting voters, listen to their concerns, ask for their support, and collect their vouchers. In short, almost everyone you meet will be a prospective donor to your campaign. Would you run for office, if you didn’t have to raise big money from one percenters to do it?

Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Won-Hee Ryu

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Ryu is excited to continue his research under the auspices of the NatureNet Fellowship. Lloyd DeGrane. Building a Better Battery. Until now.

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US Researchers Clean Waste Water & Create Energy in One Generator

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Where fresh water and salt water meet. This machine cleans waste water and generates energy at the same time. Two is better than one.

EPA: Research Grants, Fellowship and SBIR Listserv

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From the EPA's climate change website : Sign up for EPA’s National Center for Environmental Research listserv to receive announcements on new grant, Fellowship, and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding opportunities, upcoming research meetings and webinars, and special announcements.

Seattle Government, Meet Democracy Vouchers

Sightline Daily

Walk into any city office, in Seattle or anywhere, knock on a door and ask the person you meet what she or he works on. 2017: Launch. Democrac

South Korea Will Not Allow Research Whaling


An unidentified official said the president and prime minister made the determination at a meeting Tuesday. Read More. Animals Causes News Top News

The Incredible Shrinking Bison, an Unexpected Impact of Climate Change

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As the climate warms, bison in North America are likely to shrink , as documented in research published by Joseph Craine and colleagues. Bison.

When New Embraces Old: Part 1, the Journey

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George, toward Galbraith and Bahen buildings, where I teach, and soon found several examples of “new meets old”. It was like “falling in love.”

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Can Gray Infrastructure Be Green?

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Renowned biologist, philosopher and naturalist Edward O. We think it’s possible, but there’s not a lot of room for error.

The Verdict is In: We Can Grow Safe Food and Conserve Nature at the Same Time

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The researchers analyzed roughly 250,000 tests of produce, irrigation waters and rodents conducted by industry and academics on 295 farms in the U.S.,

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Raising Cranes: Can Grain Fields Save a Bird?

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I’m hiding where the two land types meet and my lens is poking out of the blind. Birds & Birding Agriculture Birds ResearchHausheer.

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Wiring Up the Caribbean: Designing Marine Protected Areas for Coral Reef Connectivity

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Ideas Coral Reefs Marine Oceans Protected Areas ResearchCoral Spawning & Gene Flow. Related Articles. The End of Coral Reefs? Not Yet.

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The Battles of Song Sparrows: How a Scientific Outsider Changed How We Study Birds

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How did Nice find herself at the top of the research world while staying at home raising a family? Related Articles. By Joe Smith. By Joe Smith.

Call for Applications: NatureNet Science Fellows

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Meet the 2014 NatureNet Science Fellows. Climate Change Energy Ideas NatureTech Agriculture Climate NatureNet Fellows Research Soil Science

Research experience for undergraduates

Environmental Economics

There will be an AERE-sponsored session on this topic at the Southern Economic Association meetings in November. Here The journal originated from efforts to help students understand and appreciate the research and publication process behind the journal articles they regularly read in classes.  

A Surprising Look at Crow Family Life

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Our greatest insights into this question come from a research team working in Europe with carrion crows. Related Articles. By Gustave Axelson.

A place in the country: meet the new woodlanders

Green (Living) Review

You must meet Robert Cunningham – he’s tremendous,” says Kathy Harris, pausing to touch the huge trunk of a venerable beech tree. We drove down.

Why do Coastal Communities Invest in Nature? It’s Not Science.

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Living Shorelines: The Space Where Engineering Meets Science. Ideas Ecosystem Services Natural Infrastructure Nature + People Oceans Research

Research project for the large classroom

Environmental Economics

I organized a "research experience for undergraduates" session at the SEA meetings this year. No problem, right?  

Lea Kosnik: "Academic Economics Research and Public Policy Measures"

Environmental Economics

In other words, when unemployment rises, does research attention to the matter increase? ACADEMIC ECONOMICS RESEARCH AND PUBLIC POLICY MEASURES.

Quick Take: One Year into USDA Climate Guidance, Farms and Forests are Making a Difference

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Farmers, ranchers and foresters are traditionally good stewards of our land, and provide the world with the food and fiber we depend on every day.