Batacea in the News

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DNA in a drop: tracking aquatic species using environmental DNA

Guest blog written by Chloe Robinson for West Wales Rivers Trust on using environmental DNA to track invasive species

Out in STEM

Interview by Tyee magazine on our experiences of being openly LGBTQ+ in the field of STEM 

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Geeky Girl reality #STEMSTORIES

See it. be it. stem it profile

Blog profiles as part of encourgaing young women to pursue careers in STEM fields

the Biochemist blog: being openly lgbtq+ in stem

We wrote a post about 'conditional outness' in the workplace for The Biochemist Blog

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In the Spotlight: Wife-Wife Ecologists

We wrote a blog post for Methods in Ecology and Evolution's Pride Month celebrations

1 Million women in stem campaign

We were invited to contribute our profiles to provide visible role models for the next generation of girls

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500 queer scientists

We contributed our profiles for the 500 Queer Scientists visibility campaign for LGBTQ+ people and their allies working in STEM

Press Releases on competition in bats and diet shifts in response to white‐nose syndrome

News pieces about a study Chloe is co-author on regarding big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) encroaching on little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) prey species (bugs, including mosquitoes and many crop pests).

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Press release on DNA metabarcoding methods paper

Paper press release on comparing DNA metabarcoding of macroinvertebrates in river benthos and river water

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY 2020: STREAM AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

Outreach articles on the importance of partnering with Indigenous Peoples in the STREAM project for National Indigenous Peoples Day 2020

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Sloth Genetics: a surprising twist

Blog by Sloth Conservation Foundation (SloCo) on population genetics of Costa Rican two-fingered sloths 

Our Wildlife Needs You!

Wildlife rehabilitation is conducted in a voluntary capacity, meaning governments do not provide financial support for rehabilitators. Support licensed wildlife rehabilitators in Ontario by donating money through Ontario Wildlife Rescue.

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