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Confessions of a Plant Lover: BIA Fellow Jessi Turner Published in EcoMyths!

Yet another of our Botany in Action Fellows has been honored this month – Jessica Turner is the author of a recently published article at… 158 more words

Environmental Education

New Year, New Finalists

The Ocean 180 Video Challenge wasted no time in getting the year started. Less than 48 hours after the ball dropped in Times Square, we… 348 more words

Ocean 180 Updates

Phipps Is Hosting a Spring Science Communication Workshop - Apply Now!

We are offering an exciting opportunity for graduate students, faculty and staff scientists to connect their work to diverse public audiences. Please consider participating in our new Portal to the Public program at Phipps this spring! 120 more words

Environmental Education

A good week for defense

I successfully defended my dissertation last Thursday! Defense title: “Measured and modeled albedos of sea-ice surfaces on the oceans of Snowball Earth.”

Here’s how I summed up my talk: … 202 more words


Behind the Scenes at Bristol Museum: Gallery

Last week I was lucky enough to take a tour behind the scenes at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Here is a collection of some of the fascinating things I saw. 438 more words


National Living Lab is Back for Winter!

After taking a holiday break, The National Living Lab science communication program is back for the new semester! Phipps visitors will once again have the opportunity to help real scientists gather data for their research. 501 more words

Environmental Education

Happy new year from the Freshwater Blog: our Top 14 of 2014

A happy new year to all our readers.  In 2014 we made a few changes to this blog, renaming it as The Freshwater Blog, and moving its editorship from the BioFresh project to MARS. 1,494 more words