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Where Lions Once Ruled, They Are Now Quietly Disappearing loading...
Where Lions Once Ruled, They Are Now Quietly Disappearing
There are half as many African lions than there were 25 years ago. Conservation programs aim to protect the disappearing species by promoting human-lion cohabitation across the African savanna.
Life is too short for long-term grudges. Further
How Artificial Intelligence Can Tackle Climate Change loading...
How Artificial Intelligence Can Tackle Climate Change
The biggest challenge on the planet might benefit from machine learning to help with solutions. Here are just a few.
The typical nature photograph shows a butterfly on a pretty flower. The conservation photograph shows the same thing, but with a bulldozer coming at it in the background. Further
Inside Apollo Mission Control, From The Eyes Of The First Woman On The Job loading...
Inside Apollo Mission Control, From The Eyes Of The First Woman On The Job
In the 1960s and '70s, Poppy Northcutt planned the vital flight trajectories that got astronauts home from their missions to the moon.
The boldness of asking deep questions may require unforeseen flexibility if we are to accept the answers. Further

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