Friday, 29 April 2011

Scientist at work

I just discovered the 'Scientist at Work Blog' hosted by the NYT. The blog is supposed to be used as a field journal where people can report the findings of their scientific expeditions.

The lasted post is a Q&A on Maya archaeology, by Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan of the University of Arizona  who excavated the site of Ceibal in Guatemala.

Previous posts include Anthony Di Fiore of New York University on a study on the behaviour of male spider monkeys in Ecuador. Stuart Sandin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography compared the coral reefs of inhabited and uninhabited parts of the Line Islands.  Douglas Stotz of the Field Museum and Nigel Pitman of Duke University took a biological inventory of a vast  area in Peru's northern Amazon. And many more...

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