EOL News

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, rightwhere 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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February 25, 2015 14:22

EOL Employment Opportunity

The Encyclopedia of Life currently has an opening for a Systems Administrator, available through the Bay Paul Research Center at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA. USA. Learn more about this opportunity here.

February 19, 2015 14:01

EOL Content Partner Highlight - Smithsonian Wild

The use of motion-triggered 'camera traps' has become an incredibly useful tool for scientists to answer a wide range of conservation and ecological questions. View species images captured from the Smithsonian Wild Camera Traps on the Encyclopedia of Life.

February 18, 2015 14:23

EOL at Citizen Science 2015 Conference

Members of the Encyclopedia of Life will be participating in the Citizen Science Association "Citizen Science 2015" conference in San Jose, California from February 11-12, 2015. Dr. Marie Studer of the EOL Learning and Education Group will be part of the Supporting Multi-Scale Citizen Science symposium and Dr.Jennifer Hammock of the EOL Species Pages Group will participate in the Human Centered Technologies session. You can also find EOL at the SciStarter Hackfest session. 

February 11, 2015 15:23

Archaea

Learn more about Archaea, a domain of single-celled microorganisms in this article from the Encyclopedia of Earth, an EOL content partner. 

February 04, 2015 15:14