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National Review
In the hours after the false missile alert in Hawaii, lots of folks online and in real life were asking themselves the same questions. “If an alert was real, what would I do? What should I do?” It was a busy news day, and I didn't have much time, but I ...

Brian Berridge tapped to manage National Toxicology Program - National Institutes of Health (press release)


National Institutes of Health (press release)
“We are thrilled that Dr. Berridge is bringing his expertise to environmental health, including experience with both traditional and novel toxicological methods,” said Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D., who has been the director of NTP since 2009, while also ...

Managing genetic biodiversity in the Pacific - UN Environment (press release)


UN Environment (press release)
Island communities in the Pacific region depend on biodiversity for their livelihoods and well-being. Biodiversity is a valuable resource. The world benefits from biodiversity and associated local traditional knowledge, so when these are exploited by ...

National Biodiversity Network (NBN)

Nottingham - United Kingdom

Surprisingly, there has never been a statutory requirement for any one organisation to collect records on a long-term basis. Despite this a national Biological Records Centre was set up in 1964 to collate data, particularly from voluntary recording schemes, to make information available to conservation bodies and to publish the results. The lack of co-ordinated resources to work with local and national recorders resulted in no one organisation being able to see the whole picture. And as pressures to report on the environment increased so did the urgency to improve the situation.

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National Phenology Network
United States

The USA-NPN's National Coordinating Office (NCO) guides the development of the Network, facilitates communication between scientists, land managers, policy-makers, and the public who are interested in assessing the effects of global change on natural ecological systems. Staff members work for the US Geological Survey, The University of Arizona and The Wildlife Society. Nature's Notebook gathers information on plant and animal phenology across

Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research - National University of Singapore
Singapore

Specializes in animal collections from the Southeast Asian region.

Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research and Australian National Herbarium
Australia

Information about the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Australian plants, access to databases on living plants, herbarium specimens and photographs.

USA National Phenology Network
United States

The USA National Phenology Network serves science and society by promoting broad understanding of plant and animal phenology and its relationship with environmental change. The Network is a consortium of individuals and organizations that collect, share, and use phenology data, models, and related information.

South Africa

Access to resources and facilities at the University of Cape Town.

National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) - National Institutes of Health
United States

Funds research in chromosome mapping, DNA sequencing, database development, technology development for genome research, and studies of the ethical, legal, and social implications of genetics research.

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease - National Institutes of Health (NIH)
United States

Includes 1997 Davies Symposium, and crystallography links.

United Kingdom

Includes details of research projects and plans in the U.K., news, and library services.

Conus Biodiversity
United States

A guide to the systematics of Conus, a large group of predatory snails known for their potent neurotoxic venoms and the largest genus of marine animals.

Biodiversity Counts
United States

Middle-school science program that gets students out of the classroom and into the field to study biodiversity. Created by the American Museum of Natural History.