Since 2005 offers links to websites related to biochemistry, reliability engineering, chemist, morality, medical physics, mechanical engineering, earth sciences, materials, astrophysics, nuclear, software, molecular and much more.
Traveling exhibit introducing people of all ages to the issues surrounding biodiversity conservation. Developed by World Wildlife Fund.
Examines the nature of threats to species, habitats, ecosystems, and landscapes, and seeks to support environmentally sound decision-making and actions affecting the status of biodiversity and landscapes.
Working to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity and to build their commitment to saving it.
Explores the fundamental theory underlying biodiversity and ecosystem function.
A nonprofit organization using science, economics, policy, and community involvement.
International convention on biological diversity. Includes an extensive clearinghouse of information.
An international conference on biological diversity aiming to provide a practical agenda for saving life on the planet.
Provides information on the region's rotifers, sea grasses, sea snakes, mangroves, and estuaries.
Aimed at helping the riparian states to produce a sustainable system for conserving the biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika into the foreseeable future.
Partnership of voluntary groups, government agencies, local authorities, businesses and others.
biodiversity information system for the Cheshire region.
Working to enumerate all known species of organisms on Earth (animals, plants, fungi, and microbes) as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity.
Includes details of research projects and plans in the U.K., news, and library services.
Exploring the fauna, flora, and ecosystems of the country with photo galleries, thematic articles, and sounds.
Conducting a regional audit based on the habitats and species identified as of highest importance in the U.K. Biodiversity Action Plan.