Higher education’s other diversity crisis (the article is about Oxford, but really, it’s about everywhere)
Insect decline gets the Elizabeth Kolbert treatment in the New Yorker.
American teens are unwell because society is unwell.
Confidence. highlighted read
Women have been misled about menopause
The intersections of identity and persistence for retention in ecology and environmental biology with personal narratives from Black women – yes, this is an article that you can cite when you’re putting in your grant why you need to provide more support for Black women in field sciences. But more importantly, it’s a paper to read and digest!
Available evidence still points to covid originating from spillover. What up with certain US government agencies saying that covid was a lab leak, but without providing any evidence for this? So weird. Anyhow, here’s the take from a couple virologists that explains what we know and what we don’t know.
Did you know how extraordinarily out of date California water laws are? Maybe you can imagine, but if you want to know the details, here you go.
I think it was well established that Pablo Neruda was probably killed by poisoning, but now there’s more data for this.
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I read our Black colleagues’ personal narratives paper last week when it came thru on the ESA bulletin. In addition to the content’s inherent value, they’ve done a great job linking their experiences to research on the broader issues of inclusion. So reading the paper as an entry into the literature is another benefit.