The Importance of Marine Picoeukaryotes and the Search for Lost Time

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Unicellular eukaryotes are responsible for a massive amount of photosynthetic carbon fixation in marine systems. The smallest among these fall within the “pico” size fraction (<2 micrometers in diameter), are broadly distributed – from coastal to open-ocean environments – and are highly diverse. Picoeukaryotes contribute a significant proportion of the biomass and primary production within this size fraction, often rivaling their cyanobacterial counterparts Prochlorococcus and...

Richard Smith on Dimensions of Learning

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Tina Doe talks about the benefits of the DoL (Dimensions of Learning) program in education.Tina Doe on Dimensions of Learning

Web 2.0 Panel

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A discussion with Brian Dear from, Seth Greenberg from and Turbotax, and Seth Sternberg from on Web 2.0, online enterpreneurship, user communities, advertising, technology and communication.