When you’re in the biodiversity conservation biz for any significant length of time, you inevitably develop a thick skin to grim pronouncements of ecosystem collapse…View More Not Good Enough: Copenhagen Accord May Doom Coral Reefs
A recent PLoS One paper by Birky and colleagues attempts to define species for asexual animals using the theoretical framework that has been developed by…View More ResearchBlogCast #11: A Population Genetics Species Concept?
Each week Razib Khan, Dave Munger and I discuss a paper that was recently blogged on in the Researchblogging.org. This week I chose the following…View More ResearchBlogCast #8: Protecting the Environment Reduces Poverty?
Each week Razib Khan, Dave Munger and I tackle a paper that was recently blogged about on ResearchBlogging.org. This week, Razib picked out a paper…View More ResearchBlogCast #7: New Model of Cooperation
Each week Razib Khan, Dave Munger and I discuss an article that was recently blogged on at ResearchBlogging.org. I was on vacation this last weekend…View More ResearchBlogCast #6: Bullying and Emotional Intelligence
Each week Dave Munger, Razib Khan and I discuss an article from the ResearchBlogging.org aggregator. This week we discuss a potentially revolutionary new model published…View More ResearchBlogCast #5: Putting Plasticity into Population Ecology
Each week Dave Munger, Razib Khan and I discuss a recent paper from ResearchBlogging.org. This week was my turn to choose and we discussed the…View More ResearchBlogCast #4: Decreasing Predator Size Increases Prey Numbers
Dave Munger, Razib Khan and I have the second ResearchBlogCast up at ResearchBlogging.org. We discuss a recent paper on lactose intolerance in prehistoric Swedish hunter-gatherers.…View More ResearchBlogCast #2
Dave Munger, Razib Khan and I are trying an experimental weekly podcast over at ResearchBlogging.org. Check it out and let us know what you think!…View More Researchblogcast
You bet your sweet little ass we are! We even talk about science sometimes! I guess that makes me saltier version of Curly. Now is…View More Is DSN the funniest science blog in the universe?