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Heroin, fentanyl found in toxicology report of Galesburg man - Galesburg Register-Mail

Galesburg Register-Mail
GALESBURG — A Galesburg man died late last year as a result of a mix of heroin and fentanyl. Knox County Coroner Mark Thomas said those drugs were found in the toxicology screening of Logan A. Jacobs, 24, East Second Street. He was found dead in a ...

Helping Botany and Abode Abide - Ladue News

Ladue News
Studies show that plants help clean the air, decrease the risk of illness, improve mood and even enhance concentration and memory. Yet many people live and work in a concrete jungle, rarely stopping to enjoy the benefits of green space. Mark Woolbright ...

The Secret History of the Vikings - Discover Magazine

Discover Magazine
More than a thousand years ago, the Vikings arrived on the world stage as swiftly as their longships cut through the waves. They raided and traded, conquered and colonized. They left their mark on four continents — not just at archaeological sites ...

Benecke, Mark

Ismaning - Germany

Article archive includes forensic entomology, case reports, DNA typing, and the resume of this City of New York forensic biologist (in English and German).

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    Mark Benecke International Forensic Research & Consulting

McPeek, Mark A.
United States

Professor of Biological Sciences at Dartmouth College, University of Kentucky. Research interests in ecology and evolutionary biology and publications.

Mark's Frogs
United States

Experiences with and photos of poison dart frogs of the genus Dendrobates, as well as Mantella frogs.

Mark Dubin
United States

Applies virtual reality to neural rehabilitation.

Mark Laubach
United States

The lab uses methods for large-scale neuronal ensemble recording to study neuronal processing in multiple parts of the nervous system simultaneously.

W. Mark Roberts, Consultant
United States

International consultant to NGOs, government, academia and industry. Expertise in research and analysis of biological information, biodiversity, endangered species, and wildlife problems. Based in Canada.

Mark A. McPeek's Damselfly Research
United States

Descriptions of some of Dr. McPeek's projects and findings.

Regional Mark Information System
United States

Provides services to international, state, federal, and tribal fishery organizations involved in marking anadromous salmonids throughout the Pacific region.

Mark Faint's Cactus Page
United Kingdom

Detailed information on Neolloydia, Notocactus, and Turbinicarpus.

Mark Newbold's Animated Necker Cube
United States

Applet forcing the viewer periodically switch their perception of a cube.

Mark Kostich - Rare and Endangered Mammals
United States

High quality images of species from around the world. Includes Giant Muntjac, Owston's Civet, Binturong, Spotted Linsang, Pangolin, Yellow Throated Marten, Indian Civet, Genet Cat, Sun Bear, Pygmy Loris, and Slow Loris.