Posts in: Life Science

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For the love of immigrant weeds

For the love of immigrant weeds

Eco-artist Ellie Irons finds beauty in Brooklyn

By | Posted January 17, 2016

Saving California condors

Saving California condors

How citizen scientists and biologists are working together to help the endangered birds

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The opposite of extinction

The opposite of extinction

Humans are creating new species as well as killing them off, but don’t be too quick to celebrate

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MSG: Just some extra umami oomph

MSG: Just some extra umami oomph

This food additive scares people, but it probably shouldn’t

By | Posted September 21, 2015

The squirrel-saving stuntwoman

The squirrel-saving stuntwoman

Actress, stunt double and squirrel rescuer Adair Moran plans to open New York City’s first mammal rehabilitation center

By | Posted July 24, 2015

Lady beetles: friend and foe

Lady beetles: friend and foe

This invasive species has made itself at home — and there’s no evicting it

By | Posted July 17, 2015

Peregrines move in upstairs

Peregrines move in upstairs

These powerful raptors have claimed urban areas, but their populations could still be at risk

By | Posted June 18, 2015

AUDIO: Minding our minds

AUDIO: Minding our minds

Why memory shouldn’t be a lost art

By | Posted May 12, 2015

Do animals have consciousness?

Do animals have consciousness?

The way scientists answer this animal consciousness question has a big effect not only on their research, but also your medicine cabinet

By | Posted March 6, 2015

Preserving a safe passage for jaguars

Preserving a safe passage for jaguars

Human tolerance may be the key to keeping the jaguar population whole and healthy

By | Posted February 16, 2015

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