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Abby Tabor 28 Nov 17
I forgot about the extra FUN at holiday dinners! Next Tues with PLUS comedy, good times &food. Reg here: Will I see you there, ?
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Jack Ashby Jul 8
There would be few more exciting sights than a living , but honestly, cloning them out of extinction wouldn't be conservation. It would be a self-indulgent freak-show.
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Suzanne Pilaar Birch Jul 12
Very excited to have received a grant from the Funk Foundation in order to expand/continue a pilot project with on passenger pigeons this fall! Stay tuned.
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PLOS Synbio Jan 29
New on the blog: To de-extinct or not to de-extinct? by
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Kevin R Burgio PhD Apr 18
A new article about Carolina parakeets (with a brief mention of my work) in the ., highlighting some issues w/ regarding this species. Me & my colleagues are finishing up a manuscript that sheds light on their - stay tuned!
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Jack Ashby May 13
Replying to @JackDAshby
Even if the technological hurdles are solved, the ethics of are challenging: forcing a surrogate mother of a different species to carry the embryo. For mammoths, that would be an Asian elephant, which means a cruel 22-month pregnancy.
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nam kiwanuka Jul 31
One of my favourite books this past year was from . We talked about her fascinating book ‘The Rise of the Necrofauna’ and discussed the science and ethics of . Tonight on and live on Twitter at 8pm
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Dr. mem_somerville | Wossamotta U Jan 31
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The Agenda | TVO Jul 31
What if there was a way to bring back extinct species like the woolly mammoth, or even dinosaurs? Should we? And who should decide that? talks to about her research into the science and ethics of of animals, tonight on The Agenda in the Summer.
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serlina Feb 9
Do you really think it'd happened?
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ScienceGalleryDublin Apr 13
Some highlights from our De-Extinction Dinner tonight with and as part of FAKE
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Mél Hogan 16 Oct 17
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Britt Wray Jul 31
Had the pleasure of being on with its wonderful host to chat about my book on , passenger pigeons , and the ethics of trying to recreate lost species.
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Alain Omer Duranceau 27 Sep 17
Replying to @zoologyrohan
It'll all be forgiven if you simply use DNA from those precious jaws to clone brand new thylacine puppies!
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Dr. mem_somerville | Wossamotta U Jan 22
and Siberia and mammoths, oh my! There's no mammoth emoji? Huh. Also need to de-extinct that. Talk will live stream for members, it seems. I wasn't certain, but it says so on that page.
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Design Investigations Jan 8
Ege Kökel walking the streets of Vienna with her dodo.
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Dec 9
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Andrew Mooney Apr 11
Had a great time talking about as part of their exhibition. Thanks to all who came along, even if it raised more questions than it answered!
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International Natural Product Sciences Taskforce Jan 15
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Bill Finch 5 Dec 17
Preserving the American Chestnut and even reintroducing it within its range would make all our lives richer. Exciting news and good luck to the scientist working on this issue
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