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Weaving Scientific Breakthroughs. Elfman, Lois Interview May 2, 2019 861
Spot Check! Why do giraffes have different spot patterns? Ferrara, Jeanette May 1, 2019 1209
IN MEMORIAM: Neil F. Bourne 1929-2018. Hiemstra, Linda D. In memoriam Dec 1, 2018 5941
Finally, the drug that keeps you young: Anti-aging pioneer Judith Campisi explains how a recent breakthrough could ward off age-related disease. Hall, Stephen S. Interview Nov 1, 2018 1243
CREEPY CRAWLERS: Biologist Lauren Esposito searches for spiders and scorpions around the world. Grunbaum, Mara Oct 1, 2018 1158
Significant Passings. Brief article Jun 22, 2018 275
Eric's Story. Marech, Rona Mar 22, 2018 336
Life Finds a Way: Welcome to Anthropocene Park. Bailey, Ronald Critical essay Feb 17, 2018 1468
IN MEMORIAM: Edmund (Ed/Eamon) S. Telfer. In memoriam Jan 1, 2018 823
The Discovery Of Photosynthesis. Dec 14, 2017 602
DR. MICKEY HEITMEYER. Hebda, Dwain Nov 20, 2017 894
Richard Dawkins, KPFA, and the Illiberal, Un-American Left. Seferian, Peter Sep 22, 2017 541
Tiger Talk: How studying tiger growls and snorts could help scientist Protect the animals. Bleicher, Ariel Sep 1, 2017 1861
Cave Explorer: Penny Boston hunts for life out-of-this-world environments. Konkel, Lindsey Sep 1, 2017 1301
New AINA postdoctoral fellow. Brief article Mar 1, 2017 189
New AINA fellows. Mar 1, 2017 365
Making moonlight memories. Piecuch, Sarah Dec 1, 2016 1180
The rockweed rush: corporate harvesters are ripping up native seaweed--for use in everything from dog food to fracking. Jacobsen, Rowan Nov 1, 2016 1259
John N. Kraeuter: March 28, 2012. Bushek, David; Carnegie, Ryan; Flimlin, Gef Aug 1, 2016 1336
A dedication to conservation. Abraham, Curtis Biography Jun 1, 2016 2163
About town. May 13, 2016 512
Verbatim. Quotation Apr 1, 2016 124
Adina Merenlender: Building a new mode of extension for biodiversity conservation. Downing, Jim Apr 1, 2016 2126
HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL BIOINFORMATICIAN. Jan 31, 2016 817
Gruchy Wildlife Biologist of Year. Brief article Dec 4, 2015 166
Glistens with nectar. Wassenaar, Marion; Lord, Janice; Allen, Dave Dec 1, 2015 1744
Does a biologist need a soul? Carroll, William E. Essay Jun 22, 2015 8376
Bone Biology Research and potential applications in oral health care: a Q&A with Lynda Bonewald, PhD. Interview May 1, 2015 1254
Australian Natural History Medallion 2014: Tom May. Presland, Gary Feb 1, 2015 794
Edward M. Addison: Distinguished Moose Biologies--2014 recipient. Jan 1, 2015 512
The royal red-headed variant: The Prisoner of Zenda and the 1893 heredity debates. Niemeyer, Paul J. Critical essay Jan 1, 2015 11811
Amber waves. Mangu-Ward, Katherine Brief article Nov 1, 2014 166
The man who grew eyes. O'Hare, Ryan Brief article Sep 5, 2014 135
Borrelia miyamotoi [b?-rel' e-? mi? a-mo-to' e]. Brief article Aug 1, 2014 188
Your brain on water. Isabella, Jude Interview Jul 1, 2014 349
One man's mission to save a magnificent mollusk. McRae, Sarah Mar 22, 2014 1189
An interview with Nancy Andrews. Landau, Misia Interview Jan 1, 2014 5310
Emergence: a biologist's look at complexity in nature. Cook, Harry Column Dec 1, 2013 6694
The search for killer crocs: a deadly crocodile species from Africa has been spotted in Florida. Barone, Jennifer Oct 1, 2013 1078
A day in the life of a phytoplankter: a conversation with WHOI biologist Sam Laney. Madin, Kate Interview Sep 22, 2013 2163
Biodiversity "After Earth": species loss is real threat, but what would a mass extinction event look like? How would we be affected? Biologist Joseph Levine looks at a future where less biodiversity has a very real effect on humans. Tucker, Patrick Interview Sep 1, 2013 1769
Hurtling toward a planet without apes. Jun 1, 2013 315
Ellen Jakubowski. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 125
Alt science. Saey, Tina Hesman Dec 29, 2012 575
Pigs gone wild--feral swine threaten New York State. Stegemann, Eileen Interview Oct 1, 2012 1774
Editor's remarks. Semeiks, Jonna G. Column Sep 22, 2012 1300
Lynn Margulis (1938-2011) truth straight on: reflections on the vision and spirit of Lynn Margulis. McFall-Ngai, Margaret Aug 1, 2012 463
Hal Caswell receives Humboldt Research Award. Brief article Mar 22, 2012 144
Flight lessons from extinct flapper. Quill, Elizabeth Brief article Feb 25, 2012 298
A search for the sweet spot in sugar beet production. Perry, Ann Jan 1, 2012 1082
Harold Greenfield Cumming. In memoriam Jan 1, 2012 581
Kjell Danell: Distinguished Moose Biologist--2011 recipient. Steen, Margareta; Thulin, Carl-Gustaf Jan 1, 2012 1317
Netted by Cannons: celebrating one of conservation's greatest success stories. Vance, Joel M. Dec 1, 2011 1128
Unhappy returns: for decades, we have been getting less and less oil for the energy invested in finding and extracting it. Surely it's time to address the problem. Nikiforuk's, Andrew Nov 1, 2011 619
Ask the biologist. Batcheller, Gordon Brief article Oct 1, 2011 201
Flight patterns. Brief article Sep 22, 2011 125
Evolution: the nature of human origins is less important than the origins of human nature. Gibson, Robert Jul 1, 2011 647
What does it take to be a successful recovery biologist? Jacobs, Judy Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2011 1004
Frogs and forests. Jun 1, 2011 361
Lysenkoism at OSU? Jasper, William F. Apr 4, 2011 805
In memoriam: Dr. William Eugene Evans: Oct. 11, 1930-Oct. 12, 2010. von Zharen, Wyndylyn In memoriam Apr 1, 2011 1733
Log cabin bass. Neumann, Rob Brief article Mar 1, 2011 105
Forging Inclusive Democracies. Villamil, Ney Interview Mar 1, 2011 1992
Elusive quarry: for a wildlife biologist, things don't always go exactly according to plan. Loucks, Barbara Allen Feb 1, 2011 625
From yuck to yippee: the public learns to love a once controversial technology--again. Bailey, Ronald Column Jan 1, 2011 1209
Nourishing the hunger of the other: a rapprochement between Levinas and Darwin. Atterton, Peter Critical essay Jan 1, 2011 8309
White nose update. Brief article Dec 1, 2010 193
Wildlife biologist: this scientist tracks tigers in an effort to save the endangered animals. Binns, Corey Brief article Sep 6, 2010 284
Ernie Kuyt (1929-2010). Thomas, Don C. Obituary Sep 1, 2010 503
Erich H. Follmann 1943-2010. Obituary Sep 1, 2010 117
Carolyn Errington's role in the publication of Paul L. Errington's Of Predation and Life. Sivils, Matthew Wynn Sep 1, 2010 880
Karel Frederik Liem. Szatmary, Peter In memoriam Jun 22, 2010 177
Scientific observations. Hoekstra, Hopi Quotation May 22, 2010 135
Introducing students to Darwin via the voyage of HMS Beagle. Swab, Janice C. Report May 1, 2010 3994
Every call counts: biologists use singing-ground survey to monitor woodcock populations. Murphy, Mike Apr 1, 2010 1212
Call of the wild: eight years ago, a biologist named George Melendez Wright reminded us that wolves, bison, and grizzlies came before people. And because of him, they still do. Thomas, Mike Mar 22, 2010 2290
Dr T.C. Anand Kumar--a doyen in reproductive biology. Mehta, Rajvi H. Obituary Mar 1, 2010 628
Guest editorial: where is the "origin" in the Origin of Species? McComas, William F. Editorial Feb 1, 2010 1527
Charles Darwin's botanical investigations. Harley, Suzanne M. Report Feb 1, 2010 4349
Darwin's "imaginary illustrations": creatively teaching evolutionary concepts & the nature of science. Love, Alan C. Report Feb 1, 2010 6183
Honored Life Member: Roger L. Mann. Harding, Juliana; Soniat, Thomas; Shumway, Sandra E. Biography Dec 1, 2009 1430
What cannot be. Sep 22, 2009 510
Wine & Wellness. Gahles, Nancy Aug 18, 2009 733
Coral crisis in the Caribbean: an interview with Michelle Paddack, Ph.D. Cure, Katherine Interview Aug 17, 2009 799
Scientific observations. Brief article Jul 4, 2009 81
Jan Dembowski as a prominent scientist, biologist and zoo-psychologist and his activities in Vilnius in 1934-1944 /Zymaus biologo, zoopsichologo Jano Dembovskio veikla Vilniuje 1934-1944 m. Sveistyte, Alina; Apsegaite, Violeta Biography Jul 1, 2009 3518
Sandra Steingraber. Young, Melissa A. Brief article Jun 22, 2009 251
A link between the animate and inanimate. Jun 1, 2009 483
Scientific observations. Wolfe, Nathan Brief article May 23, 2009 145
Earth's endless forms: the fascinating interchange between the revolutionary theories of Charles Darwin and art of the late 19th and early 20th centuries is explored in a groundbreaking interdisciplinary exhibition. May 1, 2009 953
Corresponding with Darwin. Pearn, Alison May 1, 2009 2118
Despite some detractors, Darwin deserves his lauds. Siegfried, Tom Mar 14, 2009 409
The man who rocked biology to its core. Siegfried, Tom Feb 11, 2009 1234
When Darwin got sick of feathers. Milius, Susan Feb 11, 2009 670
The name game: scientists have a sense of humor--especially when it comes to naming new species. Hamalainen, Karina Feb 2, 2009 922
Modern biology owes unpayable debt to Darwin. Siegfried, Tom Jan 31, 2009 435
Darwin's natural selection redefined the idea of design. Siegfried, Tom Jan 31, 2009 825
Wild-weather birds: a scientist braves brutal conditions to study an unusual group of flamingos. Norlander, Britt Jan 12, 2009 1026
Scientific observations. Zuk, Marlene Brief article Jan 3, 2009 103
Harry Oldfield. Klotter, Jule Jan 1, 2009 341
Wild-weather birds: a scientist braves harsh weather conditions to study an unusual group of flamingos. Norlander, Britt Jan 1, 2009 658
Distinguished moose biologist--past recipients. Awards list Jan 1, 2009 349
I want that job! Bernard Krause is a bioacoustician. He studies the noises animals make to learn about them and their habitats. Interview Oct 27, 2008 329
What contributions have biological approaches made to our understanding of gender and sexuality? Mwale, Shadreck Jul 1, 2008 2411
Brief introduction to Joseph Carroll and the special issue of Style: an evolutionary paradigm for literary study. Knapp, John V. Jun 22, 2008 861
Do we need literary Darwinism? Goodheart, Eugene Jun 22, 2008 1984
The eyes of a visionary: at age nine, E.O. Wilson was unraveling secrets of the natural world in Rock Creek Park. Nearly 70 years later, he's ensuring that today's nine-year-olds can follow his lead. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Interview Jun 22, 2008 1192
In Memoriam. Jenkins, Ronald Lee In memoriam Apr 1, 2008 579
WHOI biologist Tim Shank was two miles under the sea in the submersible Alvin when he first spoke via satellite to astronaut Suni Williams, who was floating 200 miles up in the atmosphere at the International Space Station. Brief article Apr 1, 2008 167
Project golden frog. Poole, Vicky Mar 22, 2008 1308
Giving leopard frogs a head start. Sprankle, Tara Mar 22, 2008 825
Common age: worms, yeast, and people share genes for aging. Callaway, Ewen Mar 15, 2008 376
Julie List. Brief article Feb 1, 2008 150
Three lives in biology. Flannery, Maura C. Obituary Feb 1, 2008 4035
Approaches to the question 'what is life?': reconciling theoretical biology with philosophical biology. Gare, Arran Jan 1, 2008 12831
Life before matter, possible signification before tangible signs: toward a mediating view. Merrell, Floyd Jan 1, 2008 6191
Subjectivity and objectivity: a matter of life and death? Van de Vijver, Gertrudis; Van Poucke, Joris Jan 1, 2008 7289
Curing the Children of Silent Spring. Neimark, Jill Jan 1, 2008 1361
Taking the Animal's Point of View. Robinson, Betsy Interview Jan 1, 2008 440
A wild idea for science. Mayer, Wayne E. Jan 1, 2008 573
Biological Bulletin virtual symposium: the neuroecology of chemical defense. Zimmer, Richard K.; Derby, Charles D. Conference news Dec 1, 2007 1848
The 2007 Ig Nobels. Nov 1, 2007 410
Defeat of the hyacinth? Brief article Nov 1, 2007 191
Cool science jobs. Interview Oct 1, 2007 546
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that biologists want to bring African and Asian wildlife to roam free in North America to help restore natural ecological balances here? If so, what are the implications for biodiversity and our environment?. Sep 30, 2007 444
Life aquatic. Chiang, Mona Brief article Sep 3, 2007 222
Threat of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome to field biologists working with small mammals. Kelt, Douglas A.; Van Vuren, Dirk H.; Hafner, Mark S.; Danielson, Brent J.; Kelly, Marcella J. Sep 1, 2007 2181
Development in Naples. Flannery, Maura C. Aug 1, 2007 4058
From the president. Waller, Pat Critical essay May 1, 2007 1045
William A. Burnham (1947-2006). Mattox, Bill Obituary Mar 1, 2007 1339
What to make of all this commentary on Haeckel? Blackwell, Will H. Editorial Mar 1, 2007 1644
Deer hunt season was accident-free; State biologists say herd looks healthy. Jan 3, 2007 612
Braving the wild: a scientist gets up close to the world's fiercest predators. Norlander, Britt Nov 13, 2006 928
An unlikely patron. Gilmour, Peter Nov 1, 2006 476
Bees and the Lane Mountain milk-vetch. Rutherford, Connie Oct 1, 2006 914
Adventures of the ant man: a biologist risks life and limb searching for ants. Norlander, Britt Cover story Sep 4, 2006 1675
Impeding scientists' productivity. Acton, Gwen; Andrews, Tim Sep 1, 2006 1071
Army National Guard discovers a tough little shrimp. Quinney, Dana Jul 1, 2006 917
Council biologist discovers stem Leydig cells. Jun 1, 2006 799
Flipping the molecular switch. Fieldhouse, Robert Apr 1, 2006 446
Frank A. Pitelka (1916-2003). Batzli, George O. Obituary Mar 1, 2006 1831
Polly shouldn't get a cracker. Ramsayer, Kate Jan 25, 2006 411
Diabetes from a plastic? Estrogen mimic provokes insulin resistance. Harder, B. Jan 21, 2006 457
Biography of W. Peter Conroy. Jan 1, 2006 749
Jackson Dan Webster: a life in the field. Karns, Daryl R. Biography Dec 30, 2005 3431
Out in the cold. Sohn, Emily Dec 21, 2005 868
Spring in Antarctica: no daffodils, but lots of microbes. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 108
Alfred Locker (March 19, 1922-February 12, 2005). Locker, Markus Obituary Nov 1, 2005 2438
Center for Safe Energy. Kowalski, Tamara Sep 22, 2005 662
"More than just a hypothesis". Grove, J.W. Biography Jun 22, 2005 1705
Even sperm whales get the bends. Lippsett, Lonny Jun 1, 2005 354
A lone voice crying in the watery wilderness. Lippsett, Lonny Jun 1, 2005 398
Seeing red in coastal New England waters. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 146
Reef to reef. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 85
Humanist profile: Edward O. Wilson 1999 Humanist of the Year. May 1, 2005 366
In memoriam: John B. Glude 1918-2004. Carriker, Melbourne R. Obituary Jan 1, 2005 3481
Dodgen lecturer for 2005 annual meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 256
Dr Matthias Hammer is founder and field operations director of Biosphere Expeditions, a non-profit organisation that offers hands-on wildlife-conservation expeditions. Sian Wherrett talks to him about the company's origins, philosophy and future. Wherrett, Sian Company Profile Oct 1, 2004 860
Humanist profile: Francis Crick 1986 Humanist distinguished service awardee. Sep 1, 2004 458
It's all natural: biologist and transwoman Joan Roughgarden takes on Darwin and science's traditional view of sexuality. Lisotta, Christopher Interview Aug 17, 2004 644
Whitley Gold Award for shark conservationist. Amodeo, Christian Brief Article Aug 1, 2004 295
Generous players: game theory explores the Golden Rule's place in biology. Klarreich, Erica Jul 24, 2004 2291
Chipmunks in Wisconsin toughed out ice age. Brief Article Jul 24, 2004 249
The man who defeated famine: as nominations open for the 2006 Rolex Awards for Enterprise, Julian Cribb profiles past laureate Gordon Sato's inspired coastal agriculture project which is giving new life to struggling Eritreans. Might it also have applications on Australia's coastlines and salt-soaked wasteland? Cribb, Julian Jul 1, 2004 1848
Dolphin dandruff. Winters, Jeffrey Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 211
A case study of forensic scientist turnover. Dale, W. Mark; Becker, Wendy S. Jul 1, 2004 3696
Altered fish's weak offspring. Jun 1, 2004 411
Building a Better Moth Trap. Grossman, Joel Apr 1, 2004 3132
Swiss biologist wins leading us award. (Politics). Brief Article May 1, 2003 198
Sheldrake's ideas from the perspective of modern physics. Durr, Hans-Peter Mar 22, 2003 8387
Can an ant takeover change the rules? (After Invasions). Milius, S. Mar 1, 2003 427
Satisfaction and salaries growing in the lab; in a period of economic slowdown, researchers' overall compensation has continued to improve, and most find they are satisfied with their jobs. (Salary & Career Survey). Studt, Tim Statistical Data Included Aug 1, 2002 2647
Natural responsibilities: philosophy, biology, and ethics in Ernst Mayr and Hans Jonas. Donnelley, Strachan Jul 1, 2002 5619
Antony van Leeuwenhoek. (A Portrait in History). Jay, Venita Biography Jun 1, 2002 1177
Tackling terrorism: Engineers help equip first responders to perform their best. Johnson, Arthur T. Abstract Mar 1, 2002 1154
Littlest lizard. (Freeze Frame). Brief Article Feb 11, 2002 160
Eco-fraud Exposed: Government biologists were caught planting evidence that could have resulted in further land-use restrictions in vast national forests. (Environment). Grigg, William Norman Jan 28, 2002 1543
Waterwings. (technology). Amodeo, Chris Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 295
Science career began by walking with elders. (Careers & Training). LaRose, Stephen Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 487
Fragile X protein reveals its RNA partners. Travis, J. Brief Article Nov 24, 2001 613
Gorillas in the Crossfire. SNELL, MARILYN BERLIN Nov 1, 2001 2939
Vesicles may help embryos take shape. (Biology). Brief Article Oct 13, 2001 177
"Raptors" safety share the skies. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 584
Stinking decorations protect nests. S.M. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 273
Oops. New feathers turn out lousy. S.M. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 325
Big woodpeckers trash others' homes. S.M. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 240
Grant-in-Aid Program 2001. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 285
Who Needs Nature? HAMILTON, JOAN Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 424
Soy estrogen laces paper-mill wastes. J.R. Brief Article May 26, 2001 272
Ebbe Nielson: a voice for the silent majority: Malcolm Robertson of CSIRO Entomology pays tribute to Dr Ebbe Nielson, director of the Australian National Insect Collection since 1990. (spectrum). Robertson, Malcolm Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 576
Snooping on Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers. Holtcamp, Wendee Apr 1, 2001 1147
Scientist-priest garners world's richest prize: helped to pioneer work on DNA. Apr 1, 2001 405
David R. Klein: Institute of Arctic Biology: University of Alaska Fairbanks. Bowyer, R. Terry; Kie, John G. Brief Article Mar 22, 2001 663
Distinguished Moose Biologist--award criteria. Brief Article Mar 22, 2001 363
Distinguished Moose Biologist--2000 recipient. Lynch, Gerry M. Brief Article Mar 22, 2001 423
Distinguished Moose Biologist--past recipients. Brief Article Mar 22, 2001 275
Journal news. Rodgers, Arthur R. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 607
Gerry M. Lynch: Distinguished Moose Biologist--2000 recipient. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 423
Distinguished Moose Biologist--past recipients. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 281
Second Tony Bubenik Memorial Award. Bubenik, G.A. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 580
Clive Marsh. (Memorials). Tuite, Chris Obituary Jan 1, 2001 1515
Salmon puzzle: Why did males turn female? Raloff, J. Brief Article Dec 23, 2000 678
Wild tobacco heeds `ouch' from sagebrush. Milius, S. Brief Article Nov 18, 2000 471
BAGGED BABY. N.D. Nov 13, 2000 102
A curious career. Biography Nov 1, 2000 1379
Hatching a Dramatic Plot. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 173
By Watching What Animals Eat, Experts May Find New Medicines for People. Tangley, Laura Oct 1, 2000 1137
H. Stuart Innes (1953-2000). Susan E. Cosens, and others Obituary Sep 1, 2000 868
Malcolm Alexander Ramsay (1949-2000). Messier, Francoise Obituary Sep 1, 2000 734
Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide - In the Channel Islands off California, a powerful winged predator is causing big trouble for a little fox. Taylor, Pete Aug 1, 2000 1542
PRIVATE LIVES - In many parts of the country, great blue herons try to protect their families from nosy neighbors. Youth, Howard Aug 1, 2000 1633
Honors. Aug 1, 2000 3896
'Religious Naturalism' and a New Planetary Ethic. Interview Jun 22, 2000 2959
Mice have a sharp nose for pheromones. Travis, J. Brief Article Jun 17, 2000 449
US, UK scientists seek natural answer to Japanese superweed. Brief Article May 22, 2000 420
Do captured viral genes make human pregnancies possible? TRAVIS, JOHN May 13, 2000 2280
Salmon Are Like the Wildebeest. Houlihan, Rachel Brief Article Mar 22, 2000 386
Flying Raises Aggression Levels. Brief Article Mar 1, 2000 102
Francis Harper (1886-1972). Norment, Christopher J. Mar 1, 2000 2801
DISTINGUISHED COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY SCIENTIST AWARD: 1999. WELLS, MARION R. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 521
Distinguished Moose Biologist--1999 recipient. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 648
Distinguished Moose Biologist--past recipients. Jan 1, 2000 266
Previous meeting sites of the North American Moose Conference and Workshop. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 184
Conference delegates. Jan 1, 2000 1859
Gaia: is the Earth alive? Jan 1, 2000 1198
How Rachel Carson Helped Save The Brown Pelican: One of America's most charismatic coastal birds is thriving again, thanks in part to a biologist-turned-author. Lipske, Michael Dec 1, 1999 1783
VENOM FINDER. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 234
HOT Job PHOTO "BUG" LADY. Brief Article Sep 6, 1999 243
CONTROLLED BURNING BENEFITS QUAIL. Brief Article Sep 1, 1999 353
Painted Into a Corner. Youth, Howard Aug 1, 1999 1563
The Art Of Bullying. Aug 1, 1999 2005
Making Sense of MANATEES. Stewart, Doug Apr 1, 1999 1803
Distinguished Moose Biologist--award criteria. Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 363
Distinguished Moose Biologist--1998 recipient. Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 369
Distinguished Moose Biologist--past recipients. Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 254
Elephant lady. Brief Article Nov 2, 1998 214
Computer Scientists Search for Ties to Biological Intelligence. Studt, Tim Brief Article Oct 1, 1998 764
The fastest mass extinction in earth's history. Ayres, Ed Sep 1, 1998 569
Setting the Stage To Screen Biocontrol Fungi Becker, Hank Jul 1, 1998 607
Dan Guravich (1918-1997). Matthews, Downs; Higginson, Ian N. Obituary Jun 1, 1998 1450
E.O. Wilson's last class. Kovach, Bill Mar 22, 1997 813
On the brink of finding a cure: young biologist banks her career on cancer research. Goode, Robin White Biography Feb 1, 1996 706
Life above the branches: follow your nose to the rain-forest canopy and get a bird's-eye view of earth's most diverse ecosystem. Bedway, Barbara Cover Story Jan 12, 1996 979
Charles H. Gilbert, pioneer ichthyologist and fishery biologist. Dunn, J. Richard Jan 1, 1996 1020
Charles Henry Gilbert (1859-1928), naturalist-in-charge, and Chauncey Thomas, Jr. (1850-1919), commanding: conflict aboard the U.S. Fish Commission Steamer Albatross in 1902. Dunn, J. Richard Jan 1, 1996 11471
Charles Henry Gilbert (1859-1928), naturalist-in-charge: the 1906 North Pacific expedition of the Steamer Albatross. Dunn, J. Richard Jan 1, 1996 6939
Biographical sketch of Spencer Fullerton Baird. Goode, George Brown Jan 1, 1996 12521
E.O. Wilson to the defense. Wilson, Edward O. Dec 1, 1995 2425
A speck in the ocean. Interview Feb 1, 1995 3435
Ernst Mayr and the centrality of species. Gould, Stephen Jay Feb 1, 1994 3723
Ernst Mayr and evolutionary biology. Futuyama, Douglas J. Feb 1, 1994 6041
Disciplining evolutionary biology: Ernst Mayr and the founding of the Society for the Study of Evolution and Evolution (1939-1950). Smocovitis, Vassiliki Betty Biography Feb 1, 1994 4001
Some personal recollections of Ernst Mayr. Moore, John A. Feb 1, 1994 1991
Gregor Johann Mendel. Riley, Mark T. Jan 1, 1992 1186
The secret life of dolphins: biologist Randy uncovers the fascinating world of Sarasota's dolphins. Hudler, Ad Mar 1, 1991 2021
Floyd F. Davidson, 1906-1990: president of the academy, 1965. Obituary Aug 1, 1990 323
Spencer Fullerton Baird and the foundation of American marine science. Allard, Dean C. Biography Sep 22, 1988 5178
Medicine, chemistry, physics Nobels announced. Eisenberg, Steve Oct 17, 1987 583
Huxley, Thomas Henry. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 103
Biology and social responsibility. Holtzman, Eric Jul 1, 1986 3760

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