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Monthly Archives: June 2013
President Obama just gave a speech outlining the real threat of climate change and what we can do about it, with a real plan! I encourage you to check out both the speech and plan outline, it is progress in … Continue reading
These last couple months have been full of fantastic exit talks/defenses by my fellow graduating doctors! Today, we heard about the research of my friend and fellow bug enthusiast Carlo Moreno. Carlo received a Fullbright fellowship to study native potatoes and the … Continue reading
The amazing, incredible return of the 17-year cicadas. A gorgeous video with, I must say, adorable babies at the end. Enjoy! They really are fascinating. Return of the Cicadas from motionkicker on Vimeo.
Good news for bees, finally: Bugs Bounce Back.