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


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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 ...

What else the border wall would keep out: biodiversity - Big Think (blog)


Big Think (blog)
A new study, published in the journal BioScience, claims that over 1,500 species of flora and fauna would be eradicated if this wall is erected. To date, nearly 2,800 scientists have signed a petition stating that this sort of environmental destruction ...

Fires spark biodiversity criticism of Sweden's forest industry - Phys.Org


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Non-governmental organisations warn that there are considerable challenges to ensuring biodiversity for plants and animals amid the fight against global warming. One in 10 species in the country's forests is on the red list of the Swedish Species ...

Scientists for Species

Toronto - Canada

Created to organize and promote lobbying from the scientific community for improvements to Canada's Species at Risk Act.

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UK Scientists Clone Human Embryo
United Kingdom

Report on research involving introduction of DNA from embryonic stem cells, surviving in egg genome from 11 women, for three to five days, the country's first patient specific cells. Publication due in Reproductive and BioMedicine Online from Newcastle University.

DNA Testing: An Introduction for Non-Scientists
United States

Offers an illustrated and simplified explanation of DNA testing for those who may have limited backgrounds in biological science.

Australian Society of Plant Scientists
Australia

The ASPS promotes Plant Science in Australia, and provides professional contact within our community of teachers and researchers in plant physiology.

Alpha - Scientists in Reproductive Medicine
United States

A non-profit organization offering a forum for clinical embryology, listing conferences, membership details, contacts for officers and international representatives, and link to professional societies.

Scientists Track Giant Sunfish by Satellite
United States

The world's largest bony fish looks like a massive swimming head and is extremely gentle and curious.

Southern African Institute of Ecologists and Environmental Scientists
South Africa

Information about activities, membership, ethics, certification.

International Society for Collaborating Scientists in Personalized Medicine
Czech Republic

ISCSPM is a genetic based professional scientific society founded by Prof. Isidro T. Savillo. Explains the aims of the society and invites scientists and researchers to join.

Scientists Use Satellites And Museum Collections To Locate Lizards In Madagascar
United States

Chameleons weren't able to hide from NASA, which helped researchers discover seven previously unknown species in Madagascar off the eastern coast of Africa.

UW-Madison Scientists Guide Human Skin Cells to Embryonic State
United States

Introduction to report by Yu and Thomson on developing eight undifferentiated pluripotent stem cell lines, using OCT4, SOX2, NANOG, and LIN28 to reprogram adult somatic fibroblasts. Includes links to related media coverage.

United States

Links to reports, articles, and books dedication to the subject of speciation.