Scientists’ warnings to humanity offer stark choices
With support from the state, forest industry and conservation groups, OSU researchers gather data on threatened seabird
“It is not lack of talent, but unintentional biases and outmoded institutional structures that are hindering the access and advancement of women.”
— Beyond Bias and Barriers, National Academy of Sciences
Little kids have a lot in common with hummingbirds. Both are small in size, quick in motion and fond of sugar. Plus, kids think hummingbirds are cool.
Researchers in Oregon State’s Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative are studying the disease in order to develop treatments.
When Michael P. Nelson talks about his work, he mentions carcasses and cadavers to a startling degree — startling because Nelson is not a physician or a veterinarian or even a biologist. He’s a philosopher.