biology


Wildlife Conservation: An Interview with Wes Larson

As a wildlife biologist, Wesley Larson’s focus for the past 8 years has  specifically been on polar and black bears. During that time, Wes’ work took him from the United States to Africa, and even all the way to the Arctic.. He also assisted on a number of other wildlife […]


What’s left to explore? 1

There is a widespread saying nowadays that goes “We are born too late to explore the world and too early to explore the universe”. That pessimistic saying seems at first kind of true, every bit of land is already charted and the first manned spaceships to explore the universe won’t […]


Biology 2.0 – Engineering encounters science

Ants constitute at least the same biomass as humans on earth, however their impact on the environment is minor. Humans, on the contrary, have a huge disproportional influence on their surrounding and throughout history our population was able to expand by manipulating nature, for example domesticating animals, cultivate corn, and […]


Symmetry – finding rules and exceptions

Ever found yourself gazing upon the wonders of nature while taking a walk in the woods? Looking amazed at the architectonic creations of a medieval or 18th-19th century built city? If you seek for similarities in these two very different types of places, you will find that they are connected […]