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Bullet bioscience · Jul 08, 2021

July Issue of BioScience Now Available

The July 2021 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.

Some articles you will see in this month’s issue:

  • Pandemic Policy in the Vaccine Era: The Long Haul Approach
  • Of Penguins and Polar Bears, Sponges, Shipworms, and Snails: Ocean genome research advances evolutionary biology, medicine, sustainability.
  • The Forest of Unintended Consequences: Anthropogenic Actions Trigger the Rise and Fall of Black Cherry
  • Advancing One Biosecurity to Address the Pandemic Risks of Biological Invasions
  • Inclusive Sustainability Approaches in Common-Pool Resources from the Perspective of Blackologists
  • Attracting Diverse Students to Field Experiences Requires Adequate Pay, Flexibility, and Inclusion