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Leshner Leadership Institute Fellows Use Public Interactions for Mutual Learning
Leshner Leadership Institute Fellows Use Public Interactions for Mutual Learning
Beth Shapiro shares thoughts on her award-winning book, How To Clone a Mammoth, in this Spotlight on Science Writers post.
The rapid changes seen at Earth’s poles could impact every corner of the globe, panelists said at a 16 June Congressional briefing co-organized by AAAS. A related event and film screening highlighted Antarctica's increasing vulnerability to global warming, tourism, and geopolitical pressures.
Awarded yearly, the Ig Nobel prizes recognize some of the most silly, thought-provoking scientific research.
The direct impact of climate change on Arctic marine mammal health is still unclear, but there are signs that warmer temperatures are producing a "new normal" in the region.