Monthly Archives: February 2011

High School Scholars Connect Math and Biology Using Biodiversity

A group of Tennessee high school students and teachers learned about how math and biology converge during a visit to NIMBioS last week as a part of the Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. The symposium is an annual event … Continue reading

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Science for the People!

NIMBioS Songwriter-in-Residence RB Morris performs his song “Science for the People.” For more information about NIMBioS’ Songwriter-in-Residence program, visit

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Saving the Mighty Bat

An informal gathering of scientists and wildlife experts interested in halting the spread of white-nose syndrome (WNS) gathered for a day-long discussion on Feb. 3. Talk centered around WNS epizootiology, dispersal and treatment of the disease. The meeting was organized … Continue reading

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Going Back to Skull with Biology in a Box

NIMBioS Communications Coordinator Catherine Crawley and NIMBioS Education and Outreach Coordinator Kelly Moran dropped in on students at Jacksboro Middle School in Campbell County, TN to film for an upcoming NIMBioS video about Biology in a Box. Seventh grade science … Continue reading

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Residency Draws to Close With Mini-Concert

NIMBioS scientists and staff recently enjoyed a lunchtime performance of January Songwriter-in-Residence Jay Clark. Clark performed four songs from his repertoire and unveiled one of his songs from his residency, titled “Sexual Selection.” Clark’s residency finished at the beginning of … Continue reading

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