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Bio bots: robots that mimic animal physiology - The Guardian


The Guardian
Hive of activity: bee-like robots could be sent to Mars. Photograph: Getty/Science Photo Library RF. Marsbees. Last week, Nasa announced that it is developing robotic bees to gather information about areas of Mars that wouldn't be accessible to a Mars ...

Anatomy of a PR response: How Starbucks is handling its Philadelphia crisis - Washington Post


Washington Post
Starbucks' decision to close all 8,000 company-owned stores for an afternoon to hold "racial-bias" training raises an important question for companies wrestling with how to respond to crises amid racial tension in an era of social media: Can something ...

How to Talk to Evangelicals About Evolution - Smithsonian


Smithsonian
That's why, for him, human evolution is the perfect topic to break down entrenched barriers between people in an increasingly polarized, politicized world. Potts first joined the Smithsonian Institution, the United States' vast network of public ...

Carnegie Institution of Washington: NASA Astrobiology Institute

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Addressing: How does life begin and evolve? Is there life elsewhere in the Universe? What is the future of life on Earth and beyond?

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Carnegie Institution of Washington - Department of Embryology
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Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Plant Biology
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Describes a botany program on the campus of Stanford University which is run by the Carnegie Institution of Washington.

NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI)
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Partnership between NASA and academic or other research organizations to promote, conduct, and lead integrated multi-disciplinary astrobiology research and train young researchers.

Carnegie Institute of Washington Department of Embryology
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Research center for human developmental biology, formed in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Department of Anatomy. Includes information about the department, its staff, and seminars.

Astrobiology at NASA
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Research on the origin, distribution, and future of life in the universe.

NASA's Astrobiology Program
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Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe. This multidisciplinary field encompasses the search for habitable environments in our Solar System and habitable planets outside our Solar System, the search for evidence of prebiotic chemistry and life on Mars and other bodies in our Solar System, laboratory and field research into the origins and early evolution of life on Earth, and studies of

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Seeks an understanding about the genotypic/phenotypic evolution of early life forms and how changing environments contributed to the development of complex systems in simple organisms.

Astrobiology at the University of Washington
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Investigating the wide range of multidisciplinary factors that may influence the origin and evolution of life on Earth and beyond.

University of Rhode Island Astrobiology Institute
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Works to gain a fundamental understanding of the life that inhabits Earth's deeply buried marine sediments.

Murphy Lab - Carnegie Mellon University
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Multidisciplinary lab working on problems in both cell and computational biology, with an emphasis on endocytosis in mammalian cells.