Connecting you with relevant topics and members…Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateDown-VotesLast ModifiedRankingTitleUp-VotesViewsVoting ActivityVoting Score Elusive deer-like animal ‘rediscovered’ in Vietnam Camera traps have recorded the first images of the silver-backed chevrotain in the wild. https://www.nature.com 1 Elusive Deer-Like Animal ‘Rediscovered’ in Vietnam 1 VOTE @Michael November 18, 2019 Biological SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current Events ChevrotainEndangered AnimalsEndangered SpeciesRare AnimalsRare SpeciesSilver-Backed ChevrotainThreatened SpeciesVietnam Camera traps have recorded the first images of the silver-backed chevrotain in the wild. New 'Artificial Leaf' Uses Sunlight to Turn Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel There is no doubt that climate change is a very serious (and worsening) problem. According to a recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IP… https://www.sciencealert.com 2 New 'Artificial Leaf' Uses Sunlight to Turn Carbon Dioxide into Fuel 2 VOTES @Michael November 13, 2019 Biological SciencesEngineering and Applied SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsTechnology and Invention Alternative FuelsArgonne National LaboratoryArtificial LeafCalifornia State UniversityCarbon CaptureCarbon DioxideCarbon NeutralCenter For Nanoscale MaterialsChlorophyllCity University Of Hong Kong There is no doubt that climate change is a very serious (and worsening) problem. According to a recent report... 2 Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks and Other Stunning Sea Creatures - David Gruber 2 VOTES @eruditely November 12, 2019 Biological SciencesEvents and DatesGeneral Education and FactsInspirational and MotivationalNature and Outdoors Biofluorecent SeahorseBiofluorescenceBiofluorescent FishBiofluorescent SharkBioluminescenceBioluminescence Vs. BiofluorescenceCoralsDavid GruberDeep OceanDeep Ocean Life Just a few meters below the waves, marine biologist and explorer-photographer David Gruber discovered something amazing — a surprising... 2 The Weird, Wonderful World of Bioluminescence - Edith Widder 2 VOTES @eruditely November 12, 2019 Biological SciencesEvents and DatesGeneral Education and FactsInspirational and MotivationalNature and Outdoors BioluminescenceBioluminescent PlanktonBlack DragonfishDeep Diving SubmersiblesDeep OceanDeep Ocean LifeDeep RoverDeep Sea LifeEdith WidderEvolution In the deep, dark ocean, many sea creatures make their own light for hunting, mating and self-defense. Bioluminescence expert... 1 Go Inside an Antarctic 'City' of 400,000 King Penguins 1 VOTE @eruditely November 7, 2019 Biological SciencesGeneral Education and FactsGeography and PlacesNature and Outdoors AntarcticaAntarctica WildlifeDocumentariesDocumentaryElephant SealGiant PetrelKing PenguinsNational GeographicNature DocumentaryPenguin Chicks National Geographic wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory takes audiences on an adventure to iconic South Georgia Island. Sailing through the... Disco octopus, cosmic pretzel and a scavenging fest — October’s best science images The month’s sharpest science shots, selected by Nature’s photo team. https://www.nature.com 1 Disco Octopus, Cosmic Pretzel, and a Scavenging fest - October’s Best Science Images 1 VOTE @Michael November 7, 2019 Biological SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current Events AlmaAmager BakkeAstronomyAtacama Large Millimeter Submillimeter ArrayBinary StarsBiology PhotographyBiology PhotosBrazilCaliforniaCalifornia Two-Spot Octopus The month’s sharpest science shots, selected by Nature’s photo team.