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Meet the Woman Making Ants the Next Big Thing in Biology - National Geographic

National Geographic
... their social interactions, and their evolutionary success. More broadly, Moreau's work might indirectly help us develop tools to answer bigger biological questions: how to control pests, how to promote helpful species, how to improve digestion and ...

Researchers discover a way to peer inside proteins to see how they are wired - Phys.Org

"I am quite keen on the potential applications of Daniel's work," said Kevin Gardner, director of the ASRC's Structural Biology Initiative and Einstein Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at City College. "This technique provides a powerful ...

From Ants to Einstein

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Interview with Edward O. Wilson by Paul Bennett from Wired News.

On Einstein, Bees, and Survival of the Human Race
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Article by Keith S. Delaplane first appearing in the newsletter of the British Bee Keepers Association.

Emmons Lab - Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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Studies the male tail of C. elegans, a model system for research in developmental genetics.

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Studies the travels of mRNA from birth to ultimate biological destiny.

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This article describes ants that may be found around the home, their identification, biology, food preferences and control measures.

United Kingdom

BBC factsheet on ants with descriptions and information about the species found in Britain.

All About Ants
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Fact sheet covering ant sociology, anatomy, and communication.

Matabele Ants
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Several photographs, with commentary, of a column of driver ants, probably Dorylus wilverthi invading a termite nest.

Carpenter Ants
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Detailed guidelines about dealing with carpenter ants in the home.

Carpenter Ants
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Information on carpenter ants and photography.

Wood Ants

The Norsey Wood Society provides information on the largest British ant species, Formica rufa, with a diagram of a nest.