The Carpentries is a non-profit volunteer organization whose members teach researchers how to use computing tools and tools for management, analysis and visualization of data.
Software Carpentry aims to help researchers get their work done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic research computing skills.
By Beka Stiling, MS Candidate, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Evidence suggests that the integration of energetic pathways via the transfer of resources across habitat boundaries can influence community structure, maintain species biomass, and promote food web stability.
The Future of Food: Protecting Human and Environmental Health
By 2050, the earth’s population is estimated to reach nine billion which will intensify a growing food security crisis, exacerbated by current agricultural processes, climate change and economic inequality.
The University of Washington College of the Environment is pleased to announce a new science communications fellowship opportunity. College of the Environment Science Communications fellows gain skills in science writing.Read more