Sunday, September 11, 2011 was 5th Annual International Rock Flipping Day. I walked my favorite nearby park and basked in the sunshine and taking in the lovely scenery. I wasn’t handling the news coverage of the 9/11 commemoration very well, so being outside and enjoying the quiet was exactly what I needed; and thanks to [...]..
There's a great new Nature Program coming on tonight. There will be scenes of daring escapes and chases, close calls, predator-prey interactions, mating and parenting behavior.
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This week I’ve completed my first week on the real job – teaching undergraduate college courses in Animal Behavior, Evolution, and a Seminar in Sexual Selection – Hip hop style .
The Slide Show of Commodes at Christine Gorman's A Brief History of the Toilet really brings this month's Special Edition on Cities home. After all, everybody poops; and in urban areas dealing with all the waste from the thousands or millions of bottoms of residents and visitors each day is perhaps the very first necessity of urban living...
When I first started doing science outreach, leading an afterschool biology and environmental science club in a St. Louis area public high school, I soon realized the biggest obstacle I had teaching ecology and conservation...
When I was in college (back in the early 1990's), I learned that the bulk of the US food supply was provided by roughly 3-5% of this nation's population.
Thanks to my Science peeps Twitter feed I came across this recent story from Gawker Love of Wal-Mart Moves Man to Masturbate in Public.
National Association of Black Journalists host national convention, but where are the Black Science Journalists?
I can't for the life of me name a single African-American Science Journalist; can you? Okay, that was a loaded question. I can't name a single science journalist.
The entire SciAm Blog Network is celebrating International Chemistry Day, and I've decided to share a personal account of a chemist I know, Dr.
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