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Teacher's marine biology trip may be his last with students - Tahlequah Daily Press


Tahlequah Daily Press
While the first trip was to Six Flags Over Texas to "study" roller coasters and human physiology, most of the spring trips have had a marine biology studies theme. "When I was younger, Sunday evening TV choices were either educational or family ...

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute - Atlas Obscura


Atlas Obscura
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. This sprawling farm was once a Cold War-era hideaway for the nation's top diplomats. Suggest an Edit · Add A Photo. Been Here? 0. Want to Visit? 1. Add Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute to a New List ...

Marine biology students visit Santa Cruz - Calaveras Enterprise


Calaveras Enterprise
Maybe that is why the recent trip to Santa Cruz proved to be so successful. Already filled to the brim with students who show particular interest in marine biology and related fields, Castro said the trip was designed to get students into the field and ...

The Blue Planet effect: why marine biology courses are booming - The Guardian


The Guardian
When she was just 12 years old, an impressionable Cathy Lucas, now associate professor in marine biology at the University of Southampton, met Sir David Attenborough. He'd come to talk to students about his 1979 landmark wildlife series Life on Earth ...

University of Akron biology professor, team of scientists make breakthrough discovery on vision - cleveland.com


cleveland.com
Jordan Renna, assistant professor of biology at The University of Akron, was among those who discovered a new property of an eye cell called the M5 by studying color vision in mice. The team was led by Maureen Stabio, assistant professor in the ...

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Israel

Research interests are in molecular biology, protein and plant-specific techniques, as well as in computers.

The Huxley File
United States

The works of Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895): physiologist, anatomist, anthropologist, agnostic, educator, and Darwin's bulldog.

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
United States

Description of the refuge located in Maine and biographical information.

Squashed Darwin
United Kingdom

A condensed edition of Darwin's 'Origin of Species' with study notes and glossary.

Evolution of Evolution
United States

Essay on the interaction of human history, including women's history, and the development of evolution theory.

United States

Argues that "Silent Spring" resulted in countless deaths from malaria and other diseases by causing reduced use of DDT.

Darwin Country: Darwin, Charles (1809-82)
United Kingdom

Biography, timeline and portrait from Shrewsbury Museums Service.

About Aldo Leopold - Edge of the Prairie
United States

About Aldo Leopold, with links to resources and books

Nogales, Eva
United States

Cryo-electron Microscopy (cryo-em) of macromolecular assemblies. Tubulin, XKCM1, transcription factors, TFIID, ARC, CRSP, chromatin remodeling. From UC-Berkeley.

Darwin's Shrewsbury
United Kingdom

Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1809. This site provides on his place of birth, home, influence and ...

IMDb: The Sea Around Us (1952)
United States

Information about the award-winning film documentary based on Carson's book.

United States

Selected passages from A Sand County Almanac, Round River, and other writings.

Wikipedia: Rachel Carson
United States

Encyclopedia article.

Willmore, William G.
Canada

How does oxygen modify protein structure and function? Low-oxygen adaptation and gene expression at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.

National Resources Defense Council: The Story of
United States

The positive influence of "Silent Spring."

Historica Botanica
United States

Miscellany, reference information and research concerning the history of botany.

United States

Plain text file at Project Gutenberg.

Joseph Dalton Hooker
United Kingdom

A leading nineteenth century botanist, and close friend of Charles Darwin.

Reason Online:
United States

Finds the legacy of the book "troubling," particularly in regard to carcinogenic effects of pesticides.

United States

Resume and CV of Welch Postdoctoral Research Associate. Includes presentations, publication links, and classes on viruses, at Rice University, Houston, ...

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