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Bullet bioscience · May 16, 2022

May Issue of BioScience Now Available

The May 2022 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.

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

  • A New Chapter for BioScience
  • The Case for Community Self-Governance on Access and Benefit Sharing of Digital Sequence Information
  • The Evolutionary Consequences of Dams and Other Barriers for Riverine Fishes
  • Bridging the Research Gap between Live Collections in Zoos and Preserved Collections in Natural History Museums
  • What is the Price of Conservation? A Review of the Status Quo and Recommendations for Improving Cost Reporting
  • Synergies and Trade-Offs in Reducing Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development on Wildlife and Human Health
  • Six Principles for Embracing Gender and Sexual Diversity in Postsecondary Biology Classrooms