Category Archives: Investigative Workshops

Prepare to Collaborate! Here’s How to Do It Well

What does it take to run a successful collaborative meeting? As a NIMBioS participant or organizer of an activity, you will meet and work with scientists from a variety of fields. Cross-disciplinary research can produce exciting results, but it also … Continue reading

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NIMBioS Among the Big Trees

NIMBioS hit the trail to Albright Grove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park last weekend. The grove is an excellent example of old-growth cove hardwood forest, and includes giant hemlocks and tulip trees. Hikers included a Andrea Pugliese from Trento … Continue reading

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Playtime at NIMBioS: New Working Group Takes Play Seriously

Some of the world’s foremost authorities on the social behavior of play are gathered this week at NIMBioS. The new NIMBioS Working Group on Play, Evolution and Sociality aims to use mathematical tools to study the dynamics of play — … Continue reading

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