Entries in science (34)
The influence that Charles Darwin has had on modern science, how we understand the natural world, and even popular television such as The Big Bang Theory is a testament to a man that, at his heart, had a deep running interest in nature.
Charles Darwin Day, on the 12th February each year, is dedicated to celebrating the alternative theory which is overwhelming in its evidence. This Darwin Day we’re paying homage to the man by exploring and countering arguments in opposition to evolution.
Climate change is happening - and it’s scary. Global warming, rising sea levels, an exhaustion of natural resources, and the loss of wildlife habitats are all things that threaten current generations and those yet to come.
Humans have always been explorers in one form or another, but some are more prone to finding new places than other, it now appears. Scientists now believe that there is possibly a gene that means that some of us are more programmed to be explorers than the rest of the population.
We have collected all of this weeks Science Club articles in one easy to read place. This week we have discussed water vole sanctuaries, dung beetles and GPS systems, collaring antelopes, and an international convention discussing the protection of endangered species.
We've got two weeks of Science club articles this week, all here in one place for your viewing pleasure. Did you know baboons can be as picky as humans? We've also got the craziest research from 2012! And we look at the possibility of genetically modified mosquitoes combatting diseases.
This is your chance to catch up with this week's Science Club, lovingly maintained by our fantastic team of in-house scientists and journalists to deliver the most interesting and important science news from around the world to you, our lovely readers. So what's been going on...
In this month’s project roundup we bring you details of what’s been happening on Frontier’s main conservation projects across the world including some exciting new sightings by Frontier in Cambodia. For regular updates on project news makes sure you check out the Project News tab on The Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE) website.