Members and non-members alike can obtain the following publications and other materials from AIBS
NOTE Hardcopy and online issues of BioScience, are available from the University of California Press
2008. By Holly Menninger and Robert Gropp, AIBS Public Policy Office.
Many scientists are reticent or anxious when approached by a journalist for an interview about their research or a newsworthy scientific issue. The good news is that interviews will get easier with practice. The purpose of this AIBS publication is threefold: (1) to persuade you, the scientist, that interacting with the media is a worthwhile endeavor; (2) to demystify the unknown with respect to telling a story and understanding how journalists operate; and (3) to provide tips and tools to alleviate some interview anxiety and prepare you for a successful interview.
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Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation
edited by Joel Cracraft and Rodger Bybee.
A New Century of Biology
edited by W. John Kress and Gary W. Barrett.
AIBS Review of Biological Instructional Materials for Secondary Schools
Free pdf version available for download.
Rationale, Blueprint, and Expectations for the National Ecological Observatory Network
This report and other NEON materials are available online and in hardcopy from the NEON website.
Evolution—Why Bother? (Order directly from Why Bother Films)
A 27-minute DVD video for classroom use.
Guide to Non-Traditional Careers in Science
by Karen Young Kreeger.
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