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Stem Cells: the Basics - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report
"Pluripotent stem cells are interesting, because they can become anything," says William Lowry, a professor of molecular, cell and developmental biology at the Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell Research at the University of California ...

Study reveals why a rare disorder causes sudden paralysis - UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)


UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)
“Our results reveal the mechanisms of periodic paralysis at the atomic level and suggest designs for drugs that may prevent this ion leak and provide relief to these patients,” said William A. Catterall, a professor of pharmacology at the UW School of ...

Six from Auburn awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Research Fellowships - Opelika Auburn News


Opelika Auburn News
Kristin Zuromski is a 2014 College of Sciences and Mathematics graduate with a bachelor's in Biochemistry who, as an undergraduate, conducted research under the direction of Holly Ellis, The William B. Molette Professor in the Department of Chemistry ...

Kier, William M.

Chapel Hill - United States

University of North Carolina professor studying comparative biomechanics of marine invertebrates. Includes references, his curriculum vitae and a pointer to his lab and graduate students.

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William H. Calvin
United States

A theoretical neurophysiologist and author of The Cerebral Code, How the Brain Thinks.

Willmore, William G.
Canada

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

William Beebe: Going Deeper
United States

Describes his work with fellow naturalist Theodore Roosevelt and engineer Otis Barton.

William Holden Wildlife Foundation
United States

Conservation organization whose projects include rural outreach programs and the William Holden Wildlife Education Center in Kenya.

Prince William Sound Science Center
United States

Independent, non-profit research organization located in Cordova, Alaska. The research program covers the ecology of the region, emphasizing the long-term diversity and sustainability of resources upon which local people depend.

Colorless Green Homunculi by William L. Benzon
United States

Essay/review of The Electric Meme: A New Theory of How We Think.

William Beebe: Half Mile Down, 1934
United States

Account of his record breaking dive in the bathysphere with Otis Barton, and the deep sea creatures they encountered.

Official William Beebe Web Site
United States

Highlights the work and accomplishments of the American naturalist, ornithologist, and deep sea explorer.

The College of William and Mary - Department of Biology
United States

Undergraduate and graduate student information, course descriptions, faculty, staff, and related resources.

United States

Interview with the FCA about Parkinson's disease research.