Our resident editor, Demba Kandeh argues that blogging helps researchers to improve their non-academic writing skills, enrich their online profile and increase their engagement.
Monthly Archives: July 2016
In this piece, Chris Chucholl an Ecologist at the University of Ulm in Germany dives deep into the fascinating creature: crayfish!
In this article, Jesper Erenskjold Moeslund, a researcher at Aarhus University in Denmark takes us through microtopography. This piece is based on a study he led which found that small variations on topography had a clear impact on plant species distribution within grasslands.
In this post Stuart Pimm, Doris Duke Professor of Conservation at Duke University describes how the African Savannah is diminishing.
With the ever increasing popularity of social media use, Demba Kandeh takes a look at why researchers and scientists should join the social media endeavor.