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Center News

Congratulations to Kate MacCord on Her New Book!

Kate MacCord's new book "How Does Germline Regenerate?" is available now!

Stephen Pyne Lecture at AUG Fall Conference

Our Dr. Steve Pyne gave the Frontiers of Geophysics Lecture for American Geophysical Society (AGU) fall conference.

Bringing Microbiology to Life: A Bio & Society Alum’s Approach to Teaching

Go inside the classroom of ASU Biology and Society alum, Karen Wellner!

NIH awards $9M for Indigenous-led tribal data repository to improve community health

ASU Assistant Professor Krystal Tsosie, Native BioData Consortium co-founder, to lead ethical, data-sharing and implementation issues of project.

Bioethics Breakfast Club Provides Food for Thought (and Bagels) to the School of Life Sciences

ASU faculty members Krystal Tsosie and Beckett Sterner led a discussion about the social and ethical considerations of sequencing global eukaryotic biodiversity.

Leah Gerber receives Spirit of Defenders Award for Science

Defenders of Wildlife has awarded Dr. Leah Gerber, one of the world’s leading conservation scientists, with its Spirit of Defenders Award for Science.
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