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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Invests in System to Recycle a Precious Resource, Helium - University of Arkansas Newswire


University of Arkansas Newswire
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences recently installed a liquid helium recovery system. Wesley Stites, the department's chair, said the investment for the system cost about $250,000, but ...

Neurobiology: Finding one's way home - Science Daily


Science Daily
... Clayton Gordy have investigated how the afferent nerves that sprout from the ectopic ear reach the brain, and demonstrated the functionality of the connections they make in the brainstem. The new findings appear in the journal Developmental ...

New Human Evolution Theory: We Won Not Because of Smarts but Because of Versatility - Haaretz


Haaretz
The evidence for any theory of human evolution is scanty in the extreme. The Denisovans are known from a handful of peripheral bones, we don't know completely where Neanderthals really ranged or when (or why) they died out – and the less confidently ...

Human Developmental Biology Resource (HDBR)

London - United Kingdom

The MRC-Wellcome Trust Human Developmental Biology Resource (HDBR) is organised from two sites: the Institute of Genetic Medicine, Newcastle, and the Institute of Child Health, London. The HDBR is an ongoing collection of human embryonic and foetal material ranging from 4 to 14 weeks of development. Tissue and RNA samples are available to the international scientific community. Material can either be sent to registered users or our In House Gene Expression Service (IHGES) can carry out projects on the user's behalf and provide high quality electronic images and interpretation of gene expression patterns. Any gene expression data that emerges from use of the HDBR material is added to our gene expression database which is accessible via our HUDSEN (Human Developmental Studies Network) website.

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Developmental Biology - Elsevier
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