IT’S DECEMBER! And it’s snowing (here at least, anyway)!!!! Advertisements
This week we were in San Francisco for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) meeting! If you’re interested in some choice scientific highlights, have a peek at our moment on Twitter. Continue reading “Science through narrative symposium”
The boreal forest, also called the taiga, is the northern forest that circles the globe and borders the arctic circle. There, hardy conifers like pine and spruce set up shop in the nutrient-poor soil. What affects their growth the most? Is it the temperature? Lack of water? Not enough sun? …Or is it something else? Find out below!
Summer 2017 has been one heck of a hurricane season. Continue reading “Extreme weather underwater”
You know how antibiotics are great because they kill bad bacteria and make you better, but are also kind of iffy because they kill good bacteria and make you a little ill? Antibiotics are made to kill bacteria, indiscriminately, no matter whether they’re harmful or helpful. The same thing goes on with pesticides (insecticides) and plants. Continue reading “Title translation: Bumblebee vs pesticide”
September 4th, 2017 is National Wildlife Day! Continue reading “Happy National Wildlife Day!”
Evolution. We’re all pretty familiar with it. Even so, when we boil down to specifics, things can get hairy. Part of that might be because when talking about evolution, words we know well in English actually mean something else in… Biologish. Yeah, let’s go with that.
We had the very great pleasure of hosting the @IAmSciComm Twitter account on August 21-26. What a rush! Continue reading “25 Tips for science communicators”