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WHALE SHARK EXPERTS VISIT ST HELENA | Sharon Henry

These little blue pills are working wonders, two and a half hours in and I’m still going strong, haven’t chucked up yet or even felt nauseous. 2,131 more words

St Helena

Conservation Biology journal - Nuclear power, the greenest energy option

Independent: Nuclear power is one of the least damaging sources of energy for the environment, and the green movement must accept its expansion if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change, some of the world’s leading conservation biologists have warned. 297 more words

Environment

The big challenges of big data

As they grapple with increasingly large data sets, biologists and computer scientists uncork new bottlenecks.
Author: Vivien Marx
Title: Biology: The big challenges of big data… 7 more words

Big Data

Big data: The future of biocuration

A very influential paper on “Nature”. It discusses the big data from the biologists’ perspective.

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v455/n7209/full/455047a.html

Big Data

Volunteer in Mozambique for Love The Oceans

Love the Oceans is an international marine conservation organisation working in Guinjata Bay, Mozambique. We hope to protect the diverse marine life found here, including many species of sharks, rays and the famous humpback whales. 138 more words

Volunteering

Campus Diaries: The Nature Trek

I was fourteen years old when I first decided I wanted to become a wildlife biologist. My family was shocked. What on earth is a wildlife biologist? 2,541 more words

Taxonomy

There are challenges, specific requirements, and all of this is important in taxonomy.  Why? Because it helps biologists and scientists sort our animals into specific groups.   250 more words

Perrissa