Monday, June 15, 2015
Elephants, Wolves and Life Sciences
This week three of those long-in-the-queue subjects hit.
Two of them saw publication in Scientific American:
Alaska's Rare Alexander Archipelago Wolves Nearly Wiped Out in 1 Year
Isn't It Time We Recognize African Elephants as 2 Separate Species?
One more appeared in TakePart, where I also covered a few other cool stories:
A Rare Songbird May Become This Era's Passenger Pigeon
Climate Change Is Helping One Weird Pest Destroy More Crops
Organic Farming's Big Secret: It Helps Wild Animals, Too
Despite the thrill of finally being able to cover those three stories, almost all of this week's articles were pretty negative. Well, here's a nice palate cleanser, my latest careers article for IEEE's The Institute:
The Life Sciences Offer Job Opportunities for Engineers
That's it for this week. See you in 7 days for another link list. Or follow me on Twitter for the latest headlines as they go live.