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Stretching The Boundaries Of Cell Biology - Science Friday


Science Friday
Throughout their lifetimes, the cells in our bodies have a number of decisions to make. Should they divide and multiply? If they're stem cells, what kind of tissue or cell should they become? And, sooner or later, should they die? In order to make ...

The Finnøy polar bear - Phys.Org


Phys.Org
Hanne Thomsen, Asbjørn Simonsen and Per Blystad, who all work at the Museum of Archaeology, together with zoologist Rolf Lie from the Museum of Zoology in Bergen, are given permission to pull up the floor in the couple's laundry room—and they make a ...

Hacking Cell Biology to Reinvent Clothes - Pacific Standard


Pacific Standard
But those natural, biodegradable fibers have a downside too: derived from farmed plants and animals, they take a significant toll on the planet. So what if scientists could hack the biology within cells, and use them to make fibers? Think of the ...

Make Your Own Visible Woman

Schenectady - United States

Step-by-step guide for creating your own surface models of the Visible Woman using publically available software.

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Short biography of a scientist whose contributions were not acknowledged.

Texas Woman's University: Biomechanics Program
Germany

A society that helps the exchange of ideas for sports biomechanics researchers, coaches, and teachers and disseminates information on biomechanics in sports. Includes information on membership, leadership, conferences, their newsletter, and related links.

Things That Make You Go Aahh
United States

Posts pictures of the cutest wild animals and pets you'll ever see on the Web.

How to Make Butterfly Gardens
United States

Lists butterfly nectar preferences and larval food plants.

Teach Evolution and Make it Relevant
Germany

Resources and materials for teaching evolution at the pre-college level. Find teaching guides and lesson plans for the following topics: nature of science, evidence for evolution, pathways of evolution, human evolution, heredity, speciation, and related topics.

United States

Designed to help students, families, and teachers explore the natural world and their places in it. From the American Museum of Natural History.

Scientific American Frontiers: Make Up Your Mind
United States

Follows scientists as they look into the brain's frontal lobe as the seat of personality and try to determine which parts of the brain play a role in the decision-making process.

The Visible Embryo
United States

Provides a visual journey through the stages in human, from conception to birth. Includes glossary, related and sponsorship links, subscription terms and guest book.

The Visible Human
United States

A guided tour providing an introduction to human anatomy and physiology using images and animations based on the Visible Human Project - from the Washington Univ. Med. School.

Visible Body
United States

3D human anatomy visualization tool providing detailed models of all body systems.