Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science: Recent submissions

  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-01-17)
    Commentary from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Deciphering the Distribution of Infectious Diseases -- Looking Deep Into the Moon's Past -- "Prey Rolling" Behavior of Coatis -- Exploring the ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-10-27)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Why are there so many species of herbivorous insects in tropical rainforests? -- National Zoo Study Sheds Light on Cat and Human Infertility -- ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-10-06)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- A Supersonic Galaxy -- Fish Cross Impassable Barrier -- Dominant Meerkats Render Rivals Infertile -- Backyard Biologists Go High Tech
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-9-22)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- A Universe Aglow with Light -- Freeing the Genie from the Bottle -- Ant Gardeners and that Morning Cup of Java
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-08-25)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- A Habitable World in Space: Earth -- Smithsonian Scientists Provide Hi-Tech Method to Study Endangered Species -- Bigger is Not Always Better
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-06-30)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Neptune-like Planets May Be Common -- New Information from Old Drawings -- Tigers Born at the National Zoo -- Tungara Frog Vocal Anatomy
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-05-26)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evan, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Measuring a Protoplanetary Disk -- The Sun's Magnetic Ropes -- The Future of Tropical Forests -- Planktonic Foraminifera Tell of Earth's Past
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-05-12)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- The Supernova Problem -- Permian/ Triassic Mass Extinction -- Neotropical Plant Diversity -- Monitoring Shifting Sands
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-05-02)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Bugs in the System -- The Most Luminous Galaxies in the Universe -- Shift in Mosquito Feeding Behavior Drives West Nile Outbreaks -- Evolution ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-04-14)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Australian Magpies: Flings on the Wings -- Scientists Shed Light on Mosquito Introductions Worldwide -- Ants are their Own Best Medicine -- Most ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-02-17)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Halting Biological Hitchhikers -- Reimagining the Yin and Yang of Evolutionary Biology -- Decipherin gthe Story of a Rejected Star -- From Sputnik ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-02-03)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Astronomers Find Fewer White Dwarves Than Expected -- Natural Selection Favors Diversity in Tropical Forests -- Attempting to Preserve a Specimen ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-03-17)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Primoridial Stellar Structures -- A Newtonian View of Tropical Forest Diversity: The Fig as a Model of Diversification -- Diabetic Toucan Treated ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-03-03)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Smithsonian Scientist Deciphers Extinction's Greatest One-Two Punch -- Study of Global Warming 55 Million Years Ago Helps Illuminate the Future ...
  • Evans, David L. (Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Under Secretary for Science., 2006-03-31)
    Introduction from Dr. David Evans, Smithsonian Under Secretary for Science -- Stresses abound for Coral Ecosystems -- Urban Dwellers, not Nomads -- Dwarf Galaxies -- Radiocarbon Dataing of Human Remains.

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