World's Largest Freshwater Fish Threatened with Extinction
Illegal Pet Trade, Poor Water Quality Put Ozark Hellbender at Risk
Poor Lonesome George...
Borneo Rhinos Suffer from Low Sperm Count
Want to Help Endangered Species? Be A Taxonomist
How We Killed Off the Woodrat
Happy Feat: 10 Penguin Species Could Gain Endangered Species Protection
Nearly 300 Species Await Endangered Species Act Protection
Release the Dingoes?
Will Soda Ash Plant Have Us Saying "Ta-Ta" to Flamingos?
Super-fast Evolution Saves Samoa Butterfly from Extinction
Birds vs. Beaches
Coal Mining: One More Threat to Orangutans
Group Aims to Keep India's Bustards from Going Bust
Just 38 Devil's Hole Pupfish Remain
Newspaper Finds UK Zoos Selling Healthy Tigers to Skin Trade
18 Endangered Species Get Second Chance for More Protection
The Battle for the Beluga
Uganda's "Sex Tree" Risks Extinction
How Nuclear Power Helped Save the American Crocodile
Mountain Gorillas Slain in Congo
Endangered Bighorn Sheep Could Get 400,000 Acres of Protected Habitat
World's Largest Feshwater Fish Feared Extinct
Nepal's Elephants Face TB Threat
Thai Amulet Craze Creates Threat for Dugong
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Here are this month's stories from Extinction Blog, published by the fine folks at Plenty Magazine.
Monday, July 30, 2007
Experience.com has just published my eight-part Career Guide to Engineering. This was great fun, and one of my all-time favorite assignments. Here are links to the individual articles:
Friday, July 6, 2007
From the July 2007 issue of IEEE's The Institute:
A trip to a newly opened Google office, networking mixers, and a talk by a professor from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point earned New York’s Women in Engineering group the WIE Affinity Group of the Year Award for 2006.Continue reading
My second article for the Boothbay Region Lions Club, complete with photo. These are fun to write, and they serve an important need in the community. I look forward to writing more of them. (Click through for a version at a readable size.)