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science on tap poster
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Tonight at 6:30 PM, please join us at The Green Room for "Accurate Passion: Metaphor and Meaning in Scientific Art" with Victor...
above flight paths illustration
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On a 10-meter-square plot of frozen soil in central Alaska, Ted Schuur is creating a window to the future. Schuur,...
leshyk illustration antibiotic resistance

Illustration by Victor Leshyk Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are widespread and are increasingly associated with human infections.  Inappropriate antibiotic use – both in people...
leshyk illustration combat antibiotic resistance
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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are widespread and are increasingly associated with human infections.  Inappropriate antibiotic use – both in people and in animals raised...
Tents at the Delta Campsite in Alaska
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Dr. Michelle Mack will be discussing the future vulnerabilities to Alaskan ecosystems and tools for permafrost assessment during the next...
View from an airplane of the smoke and blackened land in the Anaktuvuk River area in Alaska due to a wildfire.
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How healthy will Earth's ecosystems be in 2027, 2067 and beyond? It's an important question to ask, especially on World...
leshyk illustration tundra carbon

  Permafrost, the “always-frozen” deep soil layers of the Arctic, naturally undergoes freeze-thaw cycles with the passage of the brief...
leshyk illustration biochar

Biochar illustration by Victor O. Leshyk Biochar, a fine-grained carbon residue of charred plant material, has recently been promoted as...
leshyk illustration dollar sign weights

Ecoss research demonstrated that grasslands with more diverse plant species pull down and store more carbon per acre: in this...
leshyk illustration hand tearing grass

In a groundbreaking study, Ecoss research produced a monetary value for biodiversity by demonstrating that having more diverse plant species...
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