2021 graduate student summer research award competition is open for applications! Awardees will each receive up to $7,500. Applications must be sent to email@example.com no later than 5pm on April 23, 2021.
Eligibility (must meet all criteria)
*Applicants may request either full or partial awards (if funding is not required for the full period)
The California Academy of Science Night School presents Extreme Life. Meet the world’s most poisonous bird, frogs that freeze every winter, tiny thermophiles, and other living organisms that have adapted—and thrive—through extreme measures and in extreme environments. Don Larson will present a talk on wood frog freeze tolerance as part of this hour and a half program on Thursday, May 6, at 6:00pm. Click here to view the program. Get more information here.
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26 Jan 2021: The Benefits of Exercising in Cold Weather — and How to Do It Safely - Shape
• Robert Coker
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