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Alarming news reports and journal articles in recent years about fisheries facing ruin the world over has led to calls to curtail, or more drastically, to completely cease harvesting fish from coastal and ocean waters.
Zensi, a research startup that uses simple technology to monitor home electricity and water use, has been acquired by electronics company Belkin International Inc.
Greenroads, the first rating system for sustainable roads, unveiled today.
On the marine microbial stage, there appears to be a vast group of understudies only too ready to step in when
For the first time scientists have seen molten lava flowing from a deep-ocean seafloor volcano.
At the first annual meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health Sept. 14-16 in Bethesda, Md., it was clear that global health was not a fad — that universities were planning on a playing a huge role to match the surge in student interest. UW President Mark Emmert, participating in a panel discussion…
Note: This fact sheet provides additional information about the Regional Scale Nodes project that is receiving money from the National Science Foundation through the Consortium for Ocean Leadership.
Twenty-one fisheries management researchers and marine ecologists — many of whom have been at odds with each other in the past over the state of the world’s fisheries — have collaborated on a groundbreaking paper that puts forth a common way to look at fish abundance and exploitation as well as identifying management tools that have worked for rebuilding depleted fish stocks.
A group at the University of Washington has developed software that for the first time enables deaf and hard-of-hearing Americans to use sign language over a mobile phone.