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The source of the amphibian chytrid fungi

As some of you may know, I have spent much of my career focusing on the devastating emerging infectious disease...
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Green blood?!

In our mammal-oriented existence, as mammals ourselves, it’s easy to get lazy and assume that all animals function like some...
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An ounce of prevention: second chance?

I was quoted recently in an interview as saying, “I never realized I could have so much influence [in conservation]...
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Zoo Atlanta is a top-10 research organization!

Hi all! I trust you all have enjoyed our guest bloggers over the last few posts. Big thanks and kudos...
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Studying gorillas in the Zoo and the wild

Unknown to most of our visitors, Zoo Atlanta has an active primate behavior and cognition research program, with scientists studying...
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Pioneering research in gorilla behavior

We have a guest blogger for this posting! Our intrepid Primate Cognition Intern, Liam Kelly, has prepared a summary focusing...
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Nature’s engineers

Our good colleague, Dr. David Hu at Georgia Tech and his students are often at Zoo Atlanta. Setting up their...
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Color: in the eye of the beholder?

Try to imagine a new color. Well, just stop, because it is not possible. Every color that you can imagine...
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A year in review

Wrapping up the research year around Zoo Atlanta, I’d like to thank the readers out there who have been reading...
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Science is humming!

My favorite research articles are those that turn over long-held convictions about what plants and animals actually do in the...
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