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C-Quest: Charting a Course for Climate Research in Agriculture

By Courtney Chazen on September 29, 2016 in

Overview: The ILSI Research Foundation, together with Monsanto Company, Soil Health Partnership, Washington University in St. Louis, Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, Howard G. Buffett Foundation and the United States Department of Agriculture, are organizing a two-day workshop in Oct...

CQuest: Charting a Course for Climate Research in Agriculture

By myralopez on August 3, 2016 in

Overview: The ILSI Research Foundation, together with Monsanto Company, Soil Health Partnership, Washington University in St. Louis, Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, Howard G. Buffett Foundation and the United States Department of Agriculture, are organizing a two-day workshop in Oct...

Tyson Summer Series: Associations Between Climate & Biodiversity

By myralopez on July 26, 2016 in

Lee Dyer of the University of Nevada Reno will give a talk titled ‘Adventures across the Americas discovering associations between climate and biodiversity.’ The talk will be followed by an informal potluck. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert, and Tyson will provide the protein. For additio...

Hot Topics: Human Impacts on the Environment

By myralopez on May 31, 2016 in

Workshop for grades 5-12 teachers. Participants will understand how scientists and engineers are staying climate and our atmosphere as well as water quality issues and solutions. View FLYER. Click here to register.

Tyson Summer Series: The Smell of Climate Change

By myralopez on May 19, 2016 in

Laura Burkle of Montana State University will give a talk titled ‘The smell of climate change: alterations to floral volatiles and pollinator attraction.’ The talk will be followed by an informal potluck. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert, and Tyson will provide the protein. For additional...

Tyson Summer Series: Climate Change & Grassland Species

By myralopez on May 16, 2016 in

Lisa McCauley of The Nature Conservancy Arizona will give a talk titled ‘Climate Change Vulnerability of Grassland Species.’ The talk will be followed by an informal potluck. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert, and Tyson will provide the protein. For additional information contact Ruth Ann ...

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Symposium on Global Warming and Extinction

By Public Affairs on September 8, 2015 in Video

A two-degree temperature shift could lead to environmental extremes and mass extinctions, experts warn. In September, some of the world’s leading figures in climate change research gathered at Washington University to examine and reassess this threshold and what it could mean to future biodiversi...

Photo of planet Earth from the Western Hemisphere.

Symposium to address climate change and extinction

By Public Affairs on September 8, 2015 in Climate, News

A two-degree temperature shift could lead to environmental extremes and mass extinctions, experts warn. In September 2015, some of the world’s leading figures in climate change research gathered at Washington University to examine and reassess this threshold and what it could mean to future biodi...