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What's a mind without a body? New research adds physiology to computer models - Phys.Org

By adding the concept of a body to ACT-R/Phi, Dancy said, "We get a fuller picture of how our normal physiological functions modulate our actions and decisions." The research is sponsored by the U.S. Army SBIR Program Office through a larger effort ...

A lot can go wrong when you're a professor who does research by cave diving - Washington Post

Washington Post
Maybe when you picture a university professor doing research, it involves test tubes and beakers, or perhaps poring over musty manuscripts in a dimly lit library, or maybe going out into the field to examine new crop-growing techniques or animal ...

Engineers Hack Cell Biology to Create 3-D Shapes from Living Tissue - UCSF News Services

UCSF News Services
Now UC San Francisco bioengineers have shown that many of the complex folded shapes that form mammalian body plans and internal tissue structures can be re-created with very simple instructions, setting the stage for future applications ranging from ...

Mammalian Crania Picture Archive (MCPA)


Photographic collection of mammalian skulls, searchable by common or scientific name.

Big Picture on Evolution
United Kingdom

Provides articles, student activities and teachers' resources.

Picture-winged Fly
United States

Information from Wikipedia on this family of flies which have patterns of bands or spots on the wings.

Armored Catfish Picture and Description
United States

About the Callichthyidae family, or armored catfish, with more than 50 species native to the streams of South America, including genus Pterygoplichthys. Some are now found in Florida. These fish are known to "walk" on land using their pectoral fins.

The Big Picture Book of Viruses
United States

Specific information on viral families, genomes, taxonomy, and structure.


Focuses on the experimental, theoretical, and technical aspects of genomics and genetics in mouse, human, and other species, particularly those aspects bearing on studies of gene function.

Mammalian Hibernation

Article by Ken Muldrew on mammalian hibernation, sleep and torpor.

Journal of Mammalian Evolution
United States

Quarterly which serves as a multidisciplinary forum for research that contributes to mammalian evolutionary biology. Abstracts available. From the Society for Study of Mammalian Evolution.

Mammalian Histology-B408
United States

Mammalian Histology-B408, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware. Mammalian Histology (B408) is taught in the fall semester annually and is one of the courses required for the Medical Scholars Program with the Jefferson Medical College. Consequently, it is taught at a comprehensive level and concentrates heavily on human tissues and organ systems. A strong component of this course is tissue structure at the ultrastructural leve

Mammalian Forelimb Homologies
United States

Animated image which illustrates the similarities in forelimb structure of several different mammal species.

Mammalian MAPK Signalling Pathways

Signaling related to the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway, with links to SAPK and p38, and related sequences, from Ontario Cancer Institute, Toronto, Canada.