Biology News
Column: Reading up on BC's flora and fauna - Richmond News


Richmond News
Even though I could experience nature just by going a couple of blocks away from the Cambie Branch to the Richmond Nature Park, I take our wild spaces for granted. It takes a book like The Flora and Fauna of Coastal British Columbia and the Pacific ...

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.

WLU biology department scores big wins at conference - The Steubenville Herald-Star


The Steubenville Herald-Star
Emmy Delekta, 21, of New Cumberland, an ecology, evolution and organismal biology major. ¯ Daniel Meyer, 24, of Glen Dale, W.Va., a graduate student enrolled in the master of science in biology degree program. Only six student posters were selected out ...

Walker Branch Watershed Research Program

Oak Ridge - United States

The site of long-term, intensive environmental studies since the mid-1960's by staff from Oak Ridge National Laboratory the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, centered primarily on the geologic and hydrologic processes that control the amounts and chemistry of water moving through the watershed.

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Center for Cancer Research: Tissue Array Research Program
United States

The TARP Lab's objectives include development and distribution of multitumor tissue microarray slides and related technologies to cancer research investigators.

United States

Research related to sustainable management and restoration of the USA coastal saltwater wetlands, coastal and inland freshwater wetlands, submerged aquatic ecosystems, and coastal prairie.

Dr Ross Walker
Japan

Research scientist and lecturer at Ritsumeikan University, Japan. Research involves the automatic detection and classification of freshwater bacteria and plankton in Lake Biwa, using image processing and pattern recognition techniques.

Walker's Mammals of the World
United States

Online version of the reference work by Ronald W. Nowak. Some sections are free, but subscription is required for most areas.

Bioacoustics Research Program
United States

A unit in the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, developing recording equipment, software, and algorithms to study animal communication and to monitor wildlife populations. Information about their research, products, and publications.

Proteomics Research Program for Biodefense
United States

Centers established to provide genomic, proteomic, and bioinformatic data on life-threatening microorganisms, by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Bethesda, Maryland.

Rice Genome Research Program
Japan

Aims to completely sequence the genome and to pursue goals in functional genomics, genome informatics and applied genomics. Features a database integrating the genetic map, physical map and sequencing information .

Canada

Details of some of the past and ongoing research being conducted into woodland caribou in the province of Alberta, Canada.

Sarasota Dolphin Research Program
United States

Group's primary contributions, since the program's inception in 1970, have been toward understanding the biology, behavior, ecology, health, and population dynamics of coastal bottlenose dolphins.

Wisconsin Stem Cell Research Program
United States

Listing of faculty involved in stem cell research and resources for prospective students, employees, and the interested public from university at Madison.