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Building a Future for Biodiversity - Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (press release)


Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (press release)
In recent years, Peru and the tropical Andes countries have seen a lot of infrastructure development in terms of roads, highways, pipelines, transmission lines, mining, dams and other projects. These regions, however, are critical habitats rich in ...

From cradle to grave: Factors that shaped evolution - Science Daily


Science Daily
Speciation, or the evolution of new species from ancestral species, is a process made complicated by various factors, such as the changing climate, geographical, and topographical features. These factors can all lead to the splitting or isolation of ...

BioMérieux Q2 Revenues Up 3 Percent - GenomeWeb


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Industrial applications revenues in Q2 rose 5 percent to €107.9 million from €102.5 million in Q2 2017, which the firm attributed to growth in microbiology lines for pharmaceutical clients and sales of immunoassay and molecular biology solutions in ...

Handprint : Ancestral Lines

Englewood - United States

Provides an'interactive' graph that maps the journey of our hominid ancestors from 5 million years ago to present day with descriptions of the various species.

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    Handprint : Ancestral Lines

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