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Molecular biology could hold the key to detect and deter widespread seafood fraud - FoodNavigator-USA.com


FoodNavigator-USA.com
For those so inclined to act on that temptation, there are opportunities up and down the supply chain, the incredible complexity of which appears to offer the perfect cover for nefarious activities, Elliott acknowledged. However, he added, quickly ...

Graduate student's research leads to cell biology breakthrough - Texas A&M The Battalion


Texas A&M The Battalion
Through collaboration between two Texas A&M laboratories, one graduate student's proof-of-concept came to life, showing that nanofactories can be used to protect enzymes and cells from damages for over a week. The study, recently published online, saw ...

Cell biology: Scientists fill in a piece of the copper transport puzzle - Science Daily


Science Daily
Cell biology: Scientists fill in a piece of the copper transport puzzle. Date: February 14, 2018; Source: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Summary: Researchers have identified the protein that carries copper into mitochondria ...

College Installs Virtual Cadaver For Biology Classes - CBS Detroit


CBS Detroit
DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) – A Detroit-area college will use a virtual cadaver to teach students how to perform human dissections. The biology department at Henry Ford College in Dearborn will use an Anatomage Table as part of its curriculum for the winter ...
The Seattle Times

molecular biology - Hackaday


Hackaday
But if you're at all interested in the processes of modern molecular biology, make sure you watch the whole thing. The basic idea here is to create an innocuous virus that carries the lac gene, which encodes the enzyme β-galactosidase, or lactase, and ...

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United States

Transcript of Radio National programme exploring how penicillin found its way from mould to miracle drug.

United Kingdom

Biographical article explaining his research identifying pathogens as the causative agents of particular diseases.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1905: Robert Koch
Sweden

Includes biography and his Nobel lecture about tuberculosis.

Science Odyssey: Ehrlich Finds Cure for Syphilis
United States
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1908: Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov and Paul Ehrlich
Sweden

Features biographies and their Nobel lectures.

Eijkman, Christiaan
United States

Features biography and list of publications.

Loukashkin, A.S. (1902-1988)
United States

Biographical site of Manchurian-born naturalist.

Paul Ehrlich & Anne Ehrlich: The Population Explosion
United States

Review of their sequel to Paul Ehrlich's 1968 landmark best-seller The Population Bomb.

Recent Developments in Environmental Sciences
United States

1998 speech by Paul R. Ehrlich.

MeaningofLife.tv: Edward O. Wilson
United States

Robert Wright's video interview with biologist Edward O. Wilson discussing a range of topics: social behavior, being good without God, ...

Living With Ants and the Science of E.O. Wilson
Japan

Ant exhibition at the Museum of Comparative Zoology in Harvard University Museums of Natural History.

United States

Dialogue transcript from the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer between Edward O. Wilson and David Gergen.

Sheldrake, Rupert
United States

Biologist best known for his theory of Morphic Fields and Morphic Resonance.

William Beebe: Half Mile Down, 1934
United States

Account of his record breaking dive in the bathysphere with Otis Barton, and the deep sea creatures they encountered.

Official William Beebe Web Site
United States

Highlights the work and accomplishments of the American naturalist, ornithologist, and deep sea explorer.

Monod, Jacques (1910-1976)
United States

1976 New York Times obituary of Nobel Prize-winning biologist Jacques Monod.

Vignettes From the History of Plant Morphology
United States

Religion, mysticism, metaphysics, and science in the work of botanists and plant morphologists Agnes Arber, Edmund Sinnott, and Edith Saunders ...

Who 2: Alex Comfort Profile
United States

Profiles the biologist and author best known for the book The Joy of Sex.

Doctor of Love, The
United States

Obituary for Alex Comfort from the New York Times (registration required).

Peace Matters: Alex Comfort
United Kingdom

Brief profile which focuses on the author's pacifism and political action.

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