A woman’s reflections on science and survival in a man’s world

By Katarzyna Nowak, Safina Center Fellow Some women in science are getting more involved in carving out women-only niches and nooks and dare I say frontiers where women can feel safe and free to learn, test their limits,… Read More
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A Canadian cod comeback?

By Paul Greenberg, Safina Center Fellow For the last week I have been circling the island of Newfoundland aboard the National Geographic Explorer, passing over the grounds of what was once the most commercially important fish in the… Read More
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Mystery fishes

By Paul Greenberg, Safina Center Fellow This past week while circling Newfoundland on the National Geographic Explorer, we were forced to make an unscheduled detour. Endangered northern right whales had been spotted in the vicinity and we needed… Read More
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