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From the Tenacious Telomere

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in SLIDER, The Tenacious Telomere | 0 comments

Dear Readers, I haven’t blogged here in a while because for nearly two years I had another blog, The Tenacious Telomere, at the now defunct English-language version of the SciLogs blog network. I’m re-emerging like Rip Van Winkle and will begin posting here again, starting off with posts from my archived SciLogs blog. I’m glad to be back, and hope to provide you with entertaining posts. Thank you for your patience during this transition...

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Rattlesnakes in the Sonoran Desert: Close Encounters With The Venomous Kind

Posted by on Feb 27, 2016 in SLIDER, The Tenacious Telomere | 0 comments

Spring weather is here in the Sonoran Desert and, although I haven’t seen any, I hear that the rattlesnakes are out.

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Moth Week in Madera Canyon

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in 4th HELIX BLOG, AZ NEWS, FEATURES, SLIDER, SOUTHWEST CORNER | 0 comments

Beetles almost stole the show until the moths appeared in Madera Canyon recently, just in time to celebrate one of the last days of National Moth Week.

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Check Out Jason Davis’ Documentary “Desert Moon”

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 in 4th HELIX BLOG, SLIDER, SOUTHWEST CORNER | 0 comments

Stunningly beautiful! A fun peek into this little-known aspect of the space race. Check out the trailer and website about the University of Arizona’s early contribution to space exploration–creating a lunar atlas that pointed the way to a safe landing on the Moon. Jason Davis, a University of Arizona journalism graduate (2014), is the filmmaker....

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Bighorn Sheepwatch — 16

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 in 4th HELIX BLOG, FEATURES, SLIDER, SOUTHWEST CORNER | 0 comments

It’s been a long time since I’ve reported on the bighorn sheep reintroduction project going on in Tucson, Arizona. Read the latest about this controversial project.

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