“It’s All About the Trees” is the theme of Earth Day Celebration at Southeastern Community College on Wednesday, April 10, from 8:15 a.m. until 1:45 p.m.
Fourth grade students from throughout Columbus County will attend the event as a field trip, and interested individuals of all ages
On April 2nd, 2013, Dr. Margaret Lowman will be speaking at the International Convenstion Center in Johor Bahru, Malaysia for Wildlife Conservation Awareness Day – “Save Wildlife, Save Lives”.
National Science Foundation Research Opportunity
3D Invertebrate Herbivory and Biodiversity in Deciduous North American Forest Canopies: Inspiring Students with Physical Disabilities to Pursue Field Biology
June 1 – August 11, 2013 | Baker University, Baldwin City, Kan.
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“Biodiversity is the COOL stuff that inspires a sense of wonder in anyone who looks closely. Saving biodiversity requires creativity, observation, and a lot of perspiration!” [Meg Lowman - Tropical Treetop Explorer, Director Nature Research Center]
As a child I built tree forts and fell in love
Methods in Forest Canopy Research by Margaret D. Lowman, Timothy D. Schowalter, and Jerry F. Franklin is now available for purchase!
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Reigning BugFest Critter Cook-off Champ, Chef Michael Lee of Sono, returns to defend his title against Jibarra’s Chef Oscar Diaz
RALEIGH — Japanese and Mexican bug-inspired cuisines take center stage at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ annual BugFest Critter Cook-off on Friday, September 14, at 11
The N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ new wing, the Nature Research Center, is perfect for older kids. And it will begin offering a new program for them this Friday with its first Teen Science Cafe.
The free event begins at 6 p.m., Friday, in the Daily Planet
Below is a list of links to some of the news articles covering the Nature Research Center grand opening:
New research center opens to public (technicianonline.com)
Opening of Nature Research Center draws 70,000 visitors (newsobserver.com)
The long-awaited Nature Research Center is finally open (newsobserver.com)
Museum hosts 24-hour celebration of science (wral.com)