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Cyanobacteria and change

When we think about the future to come, there is an overall feeling of fear and excitement. Yet we live always in the same moment. Life is a process of adding up, looking at the terminal values of a function and calculating the average. 311 kata lagi

Science

In Bloom

Ferril Lake in Denver’s City Park is a favorite summer stop for those looking to relax in the sun or take a trip around the lake in a paddle boat. 431 kata lagi

Colorado Foundation For Water Education

20 Years Researching HABs

Two decades of harmful algal bloom, nutrient and sediment research by the U.S. Geological Survey is helping to support Wichita’s long-term vision of a sustainable water supply into the future.

Cyanobacteria

Antarctic microbes from Scott's Discovery Expedition

In 1901, Captain Robert Falcon Scott led a team of men on the Discovery Expedition to explore the mysteries of Antarctica.

The expedition is famous for its scientific legacy, including the discovery of snow-free valleys, emperor penguin colonies and the location of the South Magnetic Pole. 87 kata lagi

Podcast

10th European Workshop on Molecular Biology of Cyanobacteria (FEMS)

The European Workshop on Molecular Biology of Cyanobacteria organized by FEMS and Biological Research Center Jibou that will be held in Romania, Cluj-Napoca between 20-24 of August 2017. 9 kata lagi

Conferences And Workshops