The third edition of the You Should Know #AfricanSTEM series that highlights innovators from the continent of Africa
More science and cultural adventures from #DispatchesDNLee 2015 as DNLee returns to Tanzania for her third research trip studying the natural history and behavior of African giant pouched rats, called panya bukuu locally...
Reflecting on the tragic and traumatic massacre of Cynthia Hurd, Rev. Clementa Pinckney, Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Tywanza Sanders, Ethel Lance, Depayne Middleton-Doctor, Susie Jackson, and Rev. Daniel Simmons Sr...
The second edition of the You Should Know #AfricanSTEM series that highlights innovators from the continent of Africa.
The You Should Know Series introduces readers to science, engineering, tech innovators, researcher, communicators, and educators. DNLee has returned to Tanzania for a five-month research visit to study the natural history and behavior of African giant pouched rats and while in the Great Continent she'll be highlighting the great science, tech, and enginneering innovation happening in Africa...
Welcome to the twenty-eighth installment of You Should Know, where I give my own #ScholarSunday salute to Scientists, Science Communicators as well as Science Blogs, Websites, Podcasts and Video Programs you may not yet know about...
1. Dr. Dawn Wright Dr. Wright is Chief Scientist of the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and a professor of Geography and Oceanography at Oregon State University. Her research interests in seafloor mapping and tectonics, ocean conservation, and environmental informatics contributes to the overall understanding of climate, ocean science and environmental conservation issues of our day...
I’m in full throttle Research mode and as I am oft to do – I think very deeply about the meaning and purpose of my tests. My ever-evolving research philosophy is definitely a very whole organism approach...
I’m rethinking my feeding enrichment protocols. My pouched rats, Cricetomys gambianus and C. ansorgei, are food generalists but in the lab we feed them commercially available rodent or rabbit chow...
Welcome to the twenty-seventh installment of You Should Know, where I give my own #ScholarSunday salute to Science Bloggers and Blogs you may not yet know about.
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