in 1993 the chinese government banned any trade of tigers but in october 2018 the commerce of captive tigers w
"In 1993, the Chinese government banned any trade of tigers, but in October 2018, the commerce of captive tigers was legalized for scientific, educational, and medicinal purposes." A #LettertoScience details how this may revive the illegal tiger trade. ($)
using earthquakes to find earthquakes new insights into the mitochondrial dna of humans and how fossil contain
Using earthquakes to find earthquakes, new insights into the mitochondrial DNA of humans, and how fossil-containing Burmese amber is troubled treasure for scientists—and more in the newest issue of Science.
requiring students to ante up conference funds without the hope of being reimbursed for months makes academia
“Requiring students to ante up conference funds ... without the hope of being reimbursed for months makes academia less welcoming for scientists who are financially disadvantaged.” This week’s Working Life.
science has chosen single cell analyses of gene activity through time as its honoring methods that together ar
Science has chosen single-cell analyses of gene activity through time as its #BOTY18, honoring methods that together are enabling researchers to determine, at the individual cell level, which genes are turned on and off as an early embryo develops.
when asked to draw a scientist school age kids in the us are increasingly sketching women according to a study
When asked to draw a scientist, school-age kids in the U.S. are increasingly sketching women, according to a study from 2018—a trend that parallels an uptick in the actual number of female scientists. #IWD2019#ScienceMagArchives