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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 ...

'Brain on a chip' reveals how the brain folds: Physics and biology ... - Science Daily


Science Daily
Our brains are wrinkled like walnuts by the time we are born. Babies born without these wrinkles -- called smooth brain syndrome -- suffer from severe developmental deficiencies and their life expectancy is markedly reduced. Now researchers have ...

Programming a DNA Clock - Scientific American


Scientific American
Nature is a master at constructing biological machines and circuits, including the ones that maintain the body's internal clock, copy genes or help cells move. Now human engineers are learning to design and synthesize novel biochemical devices such as ...

'Biology Is Not Bigotry' And Other Responses To Transgender Activists - The Federalist


The Federalist
Ryan Anderson is the author of the new book, “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment.” On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Staff Writer Bre Payton interviews Anderson about his work on how transgender activists have ...
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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 ...

Evolution

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Time: Rewriting Prehistory
United States

A team of researchers concludes that Chinese, like everyone else, came out of Africa.

United Kingdom

Reviews of books, papers and articles by this American theoretical biologist and researcher into the origin of life on Earth.

Thomas Henry Huxley
United States
Netherlands

Planetwide effort to create networked digital ecosystems. Information on participating teams, how to get involved, and news.

EvoTutor
United States

Online resource for interactive simulations of evolutionary processes.

Evolution of Modern Humans: A Survey of the Biological and Cultural Evolution of Archaic and Modern Homo sapiens
United States

Tutorial addressing early archaic Homo sapiens, Neandertals, archaic Homo sapiens culture, and early modern Homo sapiens and their culture.

National Geographic: Lucy's Baby - World's Oldest Child
United States

Read about the archaeological discovery of Lucy's Baby, a primitive human child fossil found in East Africa in the Cradle ...

Scientific American: Stranger in a New Land
United States

Stunning finds in the Republic of Georgia upend long-standing ideas about the first hominids to journey out of Africa

United States

Provides information on this permanent exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History covering the evolution of humans over the ...

New African Ape Fossil Discovered
United Kingdom

BBC Science and Nature article by Helen Briggs on the discovery of fossils of an ape that lived 10 million ...

Groth, Erika
Denmark

Evolutionary biologist from Sweden. Research interests include evolutionary developmental biology, evolutionary genetics and molecular evolution.

United States

Humboldt University's summary of the hominid evolutionary line, with species involved grouped by genus.

Evolution Library: Adaptive Radiation
United States

Collection of articles, interviews, and links addressing the process by which species evolve rapidly to exploit empty ecospace.

Songbird Shows How Evolution Works
United Kingdom

BBC News article about study on Himalayan songbirds that suggests how one species can evolve into two.

Darwin: Who Wants to Live a Million Years?
United States

Learn about natural selection through this Science Channel interactive game, Who Wants to Live a Million Years?

Scientific American: Food for Thought
United States

Article, by William R. Leonard, arguing that dietary change was a driving force in human evolution.

Wikipedia: Stephen Jay Gould
United States

Article follows the life of one of America's most popular science writers.

Evolution: Darwin
United States

Supporting material for the "Evolution" TV series. Includes informative activities.

Wikipedia: Neanderthal
United States

Article about the Neanderthals (or Neandertals), a species of the Homo genus that inhabited Europe and parts of western Asia.

Complete Primate Skeleton From the Middle Eocene of Messel in Germany: Morphology and Paleobiology
United States

PLoS ONE report, with photos, for the Darwinius masillae fossil, known as the Ida fossil or "missing link". Darwinius masillae ...

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