Auctioning off the rights to name a new species is a decades-old practice. Some scientists think it’s ethically questionable. (Ny Times Science) More
Want to Name a New Frog? A Whiskered Mouse? An Orchid? Be the Highest Bidder The New York Times
Auctioning off the rights to name a new species is a decades-old practice. Some scientists think it's ethically questionable.
Posted on 6 December 2018 | 4:59 am | Google News
‘Touch Not the Cat’ The New York Times
The Scottish wildcat, the last native cat in the United Kingdom, is endangered; fewer than 100 purebred specimens remain in the wild.
Posted on 12 November 2018 | 3:00 am | Google News
With Bugs, You’re Never Home Alone The New York Times
A citizen-science project aims to catalog the spiders, insects and other many-legged creatures that live indoors with us.
Posted on 29 October 2018 | 2:00 am | Google News
Stalking the Elusive Central Park Squirrel The New York Times
I thought volunteering for New York's squirrel census would be a walk in the park. I was wrong, kind of.
Posted on 19 October 2018 | 2:00 am | Google News
How Genetic Sleuthing Helped a Kidnapped Girl Recover Her Identity The New York Times
This is the case that revealed to law enforcement that it's possible to figure out just about anyone's identify through their cousins' DNA.
Posted on 15 October 2018 | 2:00 am | Google News
How Do You Find an Alien Ocean? Margaret Kivelson Figured It Out The New York Times
Dr. Kivelson, who will turn 90 this month, is professor emerita of space physics at the University of California, Los Angeles. For forty years she has been an active ...
Posted on 8 October 2018 | 2:00 am | Google News
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