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Maltese study contributes to international book on biodiversity studies - Times of Malta


Times of Malta
Maltese artisanal fishermen and changing marine biodiversity feature in a new international book, Selected Studies in Biodiversity, that covers case studies from throughout the world. The chapter entitled 'Safeguarding marine biodiversity in a changing ...
Rising Kashmir (press release) (blog)

How Laws to Protect Biodiversity Backfired on Scientists Trying to Save It - The Wire


The Wire
The legal fences around biodiversity research are so strong that it even thwarts basic research and international collaborations. The remedy, the signatories have argued, is a separate agreement to ensure fewer restrictions on academic research.

Hundreds of species unlikely to survive biodiversity collapse - scientists - Newshub


Newshub
A devastating collapse in global biodiversity is imminent, scientists say, warning hundreds of species may not survive. An international team have published a major study in the journal Nature, saying we must make urgent changes to our approach to ...

King Abdullah International Gardens

Riyadh - Saudi Arabia

The King Abdullah International Gardens have been designed to become a world-leading focus of mankinds understanding of the process, consequence and study of climate change, capturing and displaying extraordinary ecotopes from history and from the present day, and presenting the choices that are available to us.

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Lecturer at King Saud University. Postharvest of fruit. Provides C.V., research interests and publications. English and Arabic.

King's Phlebotomists
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Cord blood collection specialists working in London, UK. Services offered include the collection of stem cells from the placenta and the umbilical cord immediately after the birth of a baby.

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Dog with supposed skydiving act.

King Cobra
United States

Presented by National Geographic. Includes information on the physiology and behavior of this poisonous snake.

Red King Crab
United States

Research project by Sarah Luchsinger on Paralithodes camtschatica, including its classification, habitat, adaptation, nutrition, reproduction and interactions with other species.

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Exhibition celebrating of the work of the King's College men and women who helped crack the code of DNA.

King Street Cats
United States

Nonprofit, all-volunteer, no-kill shelter in Alexandria, Virginia, helping abandoned, abused, or injured cats find new homes.

NATURE: From Orphan to King
United States

Follows one orangutan's struggle for survival and his rise to become king.