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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Michael Pennino

Talk to NatureNet Science Fellow Michael Pennino for five minutes, and you’ll see storm drains and sewers in a new light, as gateways to a hidden ecology.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Joleah Lamb

Learn how NatureNet Science Fellow Joleah Lamb is tackling one of Earth’s biggest unsung problems: disease & coral reefs.

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Meet the 2014 NatureNet Science Fellows

What’s the future of conservation science? Look no further than this year’s NatureNet Science Fellows cohort — with specialties from ocean pollution to nanotechnology to conflict over water.

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