La Amazonia perdida
Un buen día Richard Evans Schultes desapareció de Harvard y vino a perderse en el delirante paisaje de la Amazonia colombiana. Ese viaje de 12 años está retratado en esta historia contada por uno de sus discípulos y en una
Understanding When to Give Feedback
Providing feedback is not merely a hoop to jump through when the time for performance reviews rolls around. It should be an ongoing process woven into the fabric of everyday work.
The Art of Science Learning § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
The Art of Science Learning Ideas / by Maywa Montenegro / It's no secret: American children are behind in math and science, and falling faster by the year. For a group of innovative thinkers gathering in Washington DC, restoring "STEM" in America
In Defense of Difference § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
Scientists offer new insight into what to protect of the world's rapidly vanishing languages, cultures, and species.
History of cycling: California Map of possible routes.
This map was sold as a folded-in illustration in an 1896 Cycler’s Guide and Road Book of California, which also included seven smaller sectional maps, a list of hoteliers prepared to offer cyclists’ rates, and a directory of “agents and
Pollen Up Close (1837) | The Public Domain Review
Pollen Up Close (1837) | The Public Domain Review. Illustrations of various strains of pollen in extreme magnification, as featured in Ueber den Pollen (1837), a book by St. Petersburg based German pharmacist and chemist Carl Julius Fritzsche. For a key
One Cubic Foot — Photo Gallery — National Geographic Magazine
The One Cubic Foot project bespeaks the incredible richness of our planet — and the regrettable gray deadness of our man-made concrete jungles. National Geographic
The 3-D Printer May Be the Home Appliance of the Future – NYTimes.com
The 3-D Printer May Be the Home Appliance of the Future - NYTimes.com.
The culture of violence – latimes.com
The culture of violence - latimes.com.
How Napoleon Chagnon Became Our Most Controversial Anthropologist – NYTimes.com
How Napoleon Chagnon Became Our Most Controversial Anthropologist - NYTimes.com.