Polar Bear Researcher Markus Dyck Dies in Helicopter Crash
Polar Bear Researcher Markus Dyck Dies in Helicopter Crash
Dyck was widely respected for working alongside indigenous groups as he studied polar bears on their ancestral lands.
Polar Bear Researcher Markus Dyck Dies in Helicopter Crash
Polar Bear Researcher Markus Dyck Dies in Helicopter Crash

Dyck was widely respected for working alongside indigenous groups as he studied polar bears on their ancestral lands.

Dyck was widely respected for working alongside indigenous groups as he studied polar bears on their ancestral lands.

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MeTooSTEM Leader Admits to Faking Twitter Account
MeTooSTEM Leader Admits to Faking Twitter Account
Amanda Heidt | Aug 4, 2020
BethAnn McLaughlin will step away from the organization after confirming allegations that she posed as @Sciencing_Bi, a fabricated queer indigenous researcher and victim of sexual harassment.
Image of the Day: Spotted Toad
Image of the Day: Spotted Toad
Emily Makowski | Dec 13, 2019
The starry night harlequin toad was lost to science for nearly 30 years until an indigenous community in Colombia permitted conservation biologists to visit its habitat in April.
Sanger Institute Accused of Misusing African DNA Samples
Sanger Institute Accused of Misusing African DNA Samples
Kerry Grens | Oct 15, 2019
Whistleblowers allege the institute intended to commercialize a research tool based on the material, a violation of agreements with African scientists who collected the sequences.
DNA Could Help Bring Home Remains of Ancient Aboriginal People
DNA Could Help Bring Home Remains of Ancient Aboriginal People
Carolyn Wilke | Dec 20, 2018
Genetic material from bones could be used to locate living descendants for the remains’ repatriation, researchers showed.
San People Write Ethical Code for Research
San People Write Ethical Code for Research
Jef Akst | Mar 21, 2017
With lifestyles similar to our hunter-gatherer ancestors, the San people of Southern Africa are popular study subjects.
A Tribe of Hornbill Hunters Turns to Conservation
A Tribe of Hornbill Hunters Turns to Conservation
Moushumi Basu | Sep 1, 2016
An indigenous community in northeastern India is a crucial part of the effort to save these majestic forest birds from extinction.