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Origami-inspired device helps marine biologists study octopuses and jellyfish - Science Daily


Science Daily
Scientists have tried to find the safest and most effective ways to explore marine life in the oceanic water, the largest and least explored environment on Earth, for years. Each time, they were faced with the same challenge: How to capture delicate or ...
EurekAlert (press release)
National Geographic

'A city in a garden': Singapore's journey to becoming a biodiversity model - UN Environment (press release)


UN Environment (press release)
You wouldn't know it today, but in 1965 Singapore was a polluter's paradise: mucky rivers, polluted canals and raw sewage running rampant. It was a developing country, newly split from neighbouring Malaysia, an island surrounded by waters that now they ...

Listen: Greater Science Literacy Leads to Greater Acceptance of Evolution…Oh, Really? - Discovery Institute


Discovery Institute
A new episode of ID the Future features “In the Market” radio host Janet Parshall interviewing Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow Jonathan Witt, co-author of the recent book Heretic: One Scientist's Journey from Darwin to Design. Witt and ...

LIFE: A Journey Through Time

Burlington - United States

Frans Lanting photo essay tracing life's adaptations over the eons.

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Life Through Geologic Time: A Pictorial History of Life on Earth
United States

Provides a pictorial look at the geologic time scale, beginning with the Precambrian through the Holocene.

Real-time PCR Goes Prime Time
United States

Tutorial from Applied Biosystems, Austin, TX, USA.

The Hominid Journey
United States

Demonstrates how our ancestors have changed over the last 4 million years. Provides information on the location and age of hominid discoveries and how the cranium and other features developed over time.

Journey of Mankind
United Kingdom

Virtual global journey of humankind over the last 160,000 years. From the Bradshaw Foundation.

Hominid Journey, The
United States

Offers a time line spanning back four million years to the appearance of the first early hominids and reaching forward to today's Homo sapiens.

Journey North
United States

Engaging students in a global study of wildlife migration.

Journey Into Amazonia
United States

Wildlife series that explores the waters of the Amazon river, the land, and the trees of this South American rainforest.

Atlas of the Human Journey
United States

National Geographic project to map the appearance and frequency of genetic markers in modern people so as to track the movements of ancient peoples. Requires Flash.

Journey Into Phylogenetic Systematics
United States

All about cladistics and the way that biologists reconstruct the pattern of events that have led to the distribution and diversity of life.

Journey North: Right Whale
United States

Answers a series of questions pertaining to the characteristics, life cycle, ecology, and conservation of Eubalaena glacialis.