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Oct 12, 2015
Conservation X Labs Opens Competition to Develop Innovative Conservation Solutions

By Kati Moore, MEM ‘16

DURHAM, N.C. - For students interested in...

Hydrofracking well pad site in Western Pennsylvania (Photo by Scottee Cantrell) Oct 12, 2015
Two-Day Workshop to Focus on Water Impacts of Energy Production in China

DURHAM, N.C. – Researchers from China, the United States and Israel will take part in a two-day...

Oct 08, 2015
Student Group Taps into Campus Interest and Expertise on Latin America’s Environment

By Nathan Miller, MEM ‘16
Nicholas School Communications Assistant


Oct 06, 2015
Oct. 16 Symposium To Spotlight Current Trends in Forest Certification

By Kati Moore, MEM ‘16

DURHAM, N.C. - The Duke Student Chapter of the...

Cheetahs and other endangered species can be identified by digital images using a footprint identification technique. (Credit: Zoe Jewell) Oct 05, 2015
Using -- And Sharing -- New Technologies is Key For Conservation

Note to editors: Stuart Pimm can be reached for additional comment at (646) 489-5481 or...

Sep 29, 2015
Oct. 2 Symposium to Spotlight Four Unconventional Conservation Initiatives

By Kati Moore, MEM ‘16

DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke...

Photo Credit: Duke River Center Sep 29, 2015
New $2 Million NSF Grant Will Support Research on Stream Biomes

DURHAM, N.C. – A trio of Duke University professors have been awarded a $2...

Sep 22, 2015
Alum Ben Landis to Lead Science Communication Workshops Sept. 30-Oct. 2

By Kati Moore (MEM ’16)

DURHAM, N.C. – The Nicholas School will host its...

Staff during summer lab crawl in the LSRC. (Photo Credit: Nich School) Sep 21, 2015
Annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Lunch and Years of Service Awards Ceremony Slated for Sept. 25

DURHAM N.C. – Dean Alan Townsend will recognize 31 faculty and staff members...

Photo Credit: Giant panda; Binbin Li, Duke Univ. Sep 16, 2015
China's Protection of Giant Pandas Good for Other Species

Note to Editors: Binbin Li is available for comment in English or Chinese at (734) 546 7537 or...