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September 2013 EOL Newsletter

The September 2013 EOL Newsletter is now available. Read about what's new on EOL!

September 26, 2013 19:36

New One Species at a Time Podcast: Parasitic wasps

Sometimes it’s hard to tell where one organism stops and another begins. That’s especially true with the kind of evolutionary arms race that takes place between parasites and their unwilling hosts. It’s biological warfare at the level of the genes. Ari Daniel Shapiro reports from Athens, Georgia, USA.

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Extras

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September 19, 2013 16:15

New EOL Mobile App and Game for iPad and Android Tablets

Introducing M-EOL, a new mobile app and the winner of the EOL Education Innovation Challenge! Created by Natural Solutions and available on iTunes and Google Play.

Become an explorer, discovering different plant and animal species by travelling around the world. Improve your knowledge about each species through descriptions, images, distribution information, and conservation status from the Encyclopedia of Life website. Explore how organisms in each game collection are related to each other by browsing a dynamic, interactive graph. 

M-EOL App on iTunes

M-EOL App on Google Play 

Let us know what you think of M-EOL! Send your feedback to education (at) eol.org.

September 11, 2013 16:31

New One Species at a Time Podcast: New Species in the Old World

You don’t always have to venture into the heart of a rain forest to discover a new species. Sometimes all you have to do is look more closely, right where you are. In Europe, experts and enthusiasts alike are looking high and low, from alpine meadows to underground caves, in search of Old World species new to science.

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Meet the Scientists

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September 05, 2013 15:18

Using EOL

Learn about how students, educators, citizen scientists and others are using the Encyclopedia of Life! 
Let us know how you use EOL at: education (at) eol.org 

September 04, 2013 19:33