Freelance Journalist and Columnist, Scientific American
Journalist covering environmental issues, endangered species, cutting-edge technology, entrepreneurship and comic books.
youtube.com — On this episode, we get to know the author of "My Beloved Brontosaurus," Brian Switek. Probably the most famous dinosaur fanboy out there, Brian, or Laelaps as he's known online, is a freelance science writer and blogger for National Geographic's Phenomena blog.
atigerjournal.com — This is Part 3 of the interview with Jean-Christophe Vié on Saving Threatened Species from Extinction. Jean-Christophe Vié is the Director of IUCN's Global Species Programme and Director of SOS - Save Our Species. Vié joined the IUCN Global Species Programme in 2001 as its Deputy Director.
journalism.co.uk — This feature is by Teresa Fitzherbert, a student on the Magazine MA journalism course at City University London. The article was first published in XCity, the magazine for alumni of City University London's journalism department. Additional reporting by Ellie Austin.
blogs.scientificamerican.com — Share Email Print From time to time, politicians and other rulers-of-men like to categorize the natural world not according to biology, but rather for convenience or monetary gain. Take, for example, the tomato. The progenitor of ketchup is a seed-bearing structure that grows from the flowering part of a plant.
treehugger.com — Today, May 23rd, is World Turtle Day. It is a day of celebrating the many unique and ancient species of turtles and tortoises around the world, and bringing awareness to their need for protection. Of the 207 species of turtle and tortoise alive today, 129 of them are listed by IUCN as vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered.
science.time.com — Is there anything more harmless than a turtle? (Unless, I suppose, you're nice, leafy vegetables.) Turtles and tortoises-the main difference is that turtles dwell at least partially in water, while tortoises live exclusively on land-are slow-moving, peaceful animals whose main form of protection from the outside world is a hard shell.
blogs.scientificamerican.com — Twice a week, John Platt shines a light on endangered species from all over the globe, exploring not just why they are dying out but also what's being done to rescue them from oblivion. Follow on Twitter@johnrplatt. Don't feel bad if you've never seen a caecilian, let alone don't know how to pronounce the word.
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