bioscience, policy · Apr 12, 2021
bioscience, podcasts · Apr 08, 2021
bioscience, podcasts · Mar 17, 2021
bioscience · Mar 05, 2021
The March 2021 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.
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bioscience · Feb 24, 2021
bioscience · Feb 17, 2021
The February 2021 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.
bioscience, podcasts · Feb 15, 2021
This episode is the next in our oral history series, In Their Own Words. These pieces chronicle the stories of scientists who have made great contributions to their fields, particularly within the biological sciences. Each month, we will publish in the pages of BioScience, and on this podcast, the results of these conversations. Dr. Thomas Lovejoy is a professor at George Mason University, in Fairfax, Virginia, in the United States, explorer at large with the National Geographic Society, and senior fellow at the United Nations Foundation. He is also a past president of AIBS.
bioscience, podcasts · Feb 10, 2021
Before European colonization, populations of Pacific salmon were successfully managed by the Indigenous communities of the Pacific Northwest since time immemorial. Colonization and its associated fisheries management practices have depleted stocks and disrupted the complex social–ecological systems that underlie them.
bioscience, podcasts · Jan 27, 2021
Despite having a professed trust in the science, many members of the public fall short when it comes to making choices that protect the environment and support informed decision-making. To help excite and inspire broad audiences to have a greater appreciation for and engagement with science, our guests today, Jonathan Pauli, associate professor in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Magnus Egerstedt, robotics professor at Georgia Tech, have created SlothBot. The forest-canopy-dwelling robot, which mirrors its biological counterparts in many ways, offers an exciting platform for learning—about robotics, ecology, and more. Listen to the latest episode of BioScience Talks.