California and China share the challenge of updating their power grids for the new age of clean energy. But China's task would appear to be–um–bigger.
When I think of an amateur biologist, I imagine a bird watcher. Or perhaps someone investigating a stream or counting fish. What I don't think of is people tinkering with life in their garages. And yet some folks are doing just that.
Post on Jan 21, 2009 by Dr. Barry Starr
Why do Moon Bears need you to knit? Once upon a time in the far away land of Hong Kong, a woman named Jill Robinson discovered that beautiful moon bears where being held captive in tiny cages in China and farmed (through their bellies) as a living source for bear bile, which is used in [...]
Post on May 07, 2008 by Amy Gotliffe