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Selenium cysteine and epileptic seizures - Nature.com


Nature.com
In 1822, the French Egyptologist Jean-François Champollion announced the complete deciphering of the hieroglyphs carved around 200 bc into a block of granodiorite, the so-called Rosetta stone. This was an impressive intellectual achievement, as it ...

Study of DNA flags could reignite centuries-old evolution debate - Horizon magazine


Horizon magazine
Evolution could be partly based on environmental adaptation and not just random mutations, re-opening a centuries-old debate between Charles Darwin and Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, according to Professor Thomas Carell from Ludwig Maximilian University in ...

Molecular Biology and Fruit Fly Concussions - Hamilton College News


Hamilton College News
When Yeo Jean Song '21 applied to take part in a summer research project, she hoped to come out of it with a better understanding of molecular biology. After her project was complete, Song admitted that she had set the bar too low. “I came out of the ...

LeBlanc, Jean Guy

Waltham - United States

Curriculum vitae which includes studies in biotechnology, lactic acid bacteria, genetically modified microorganisms, and publications, at the Universite de Moncton, Universidad Nacional de Tucum+in, Argentina.

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Frozen Dead Guy Days
United States

The official site of a winter festival held annually in march in the mountain town of Nederland, Colorado. A bit weird, since the Nederlands city government actively worked to oust Bredo Morstoel (the "frozen dead guy") from their town several years ago. But there he still sits, now the frozen centerpiece of a festival.

Guy Padfield's European Butterfly Page
United Kingdom

Color pictures with descriptions.

Jean Linden
United States

The 19th century Belgian who explored and horticulturist who specialized in orchids.

Jean Baptiste Lamarck (1744 - 1829)
United States

Provides information and biographical details of this biologist whose scientific theories were largely ignored or attacked during his lifetime.

Fabre, Jean-Henri Casimir ( 1823 - 1915 )
France

The life and work of this entomologist. E-Texts and Gallery.

Fondation Jean Dausset: Human Polymorphism Study Center
France

Research laboratory that sets up, stores, processes and distributes DNA collections for the identification of genetic factors conferring susceptibility to complex disorders.