Tardigrades To Save Planet Earth!Welcome to the home of the North America Tardigrade Research Consortium – the NATRC for short.
We’re a non-profit research organization focused on bringing awareness and research to one of the most fascinating animals on planet Earth, tardigrades.
The co-founder of the NATRC, Amy Hauser hosts an audio journey exploring these incredible micro-animals, finding out what makes them so fascinating from a science perspective, plus unveiling their secrets to sustainable life.
We believe that encouraging people to learn about tardigrades and their contribution to the Earth’s ecosystem is a powerful investment that can stoke scientific awareness and participation for people of all ages from around the world.
Join the NATRC community on LinkedIn and visit our home base.
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Geology Rocks: Exploring the Earth Sciences
This is the perfect way for kids to start learning about geology and earth sciences, only on children's radio station Fun Kids. Listen on DAB Digital Radio across the UK online at funkidslive.com
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