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02
Nov

How the Dinosaurs Lived

As a dinosaur paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, author, and educator, Scott Sampson‘s work reaches into the past, present, and future. While holding a dual position at the University of Utah and the university’s …

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30
Oct

Full Circle on the 38th Parallel

David and Janet Carle have completed the trans-America portion of their 38th parallel adventure. Over the past month they have explored how water, environment, and culture intersect at this latitude across the …

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28
Oct

Cancer Screening and Early Detection

Last week, the American Cancer Society issued a statement clarifying its position on routine cancer screening. Upholding its existing guidelines for early detection, it affirmed that many cancer screening tests are proven …

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19
Oct

Tracking the Elusive Monitor Lizard

Dragonlike and prehistoric-looking, monitor lizards, or varanids, are uncommonly intelligent: “I dare anybody to…look a monitor lizard in the eye. It’s looking back at you”, says Eric Pianka, lizard expert and co-author …

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16
Oct

Paul Farmer’s Path to Medicine

Paul Farmer, author and co-founder of Partners in Health, appeared on a recent panel at Dartmouth College called Reflections on Leadership for Social Change, part of the inauguration ceremony for Dartmouth’s new …

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16
Oct

Moving West on the 38th Parallel

David and Janet Carle, who set out last month on a worldwide tour of water and environment issues along the 38th parallel, are traveling west across the United States. After visiting the …

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