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“Adorably Cute” Tiny Primate Discovery Illuminates Biodiversity of Philippines ... - National Geographic

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Meet the Dinagat-Caraga tarsier, a distinctive evolutionary lineage of primate that has just been discovered from the southeastern Philippines, an international team of biologists working with the Philippine government's Biodiversity Management Bureau ...
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Serotonin deficiency as cause of depression - is it a myth? - Medical News Today

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But was there sound evidence to support this theory? Many experts think not. As antidepressant researcher Alan Frazer, chair of the pharmacology department at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, told NPR in a 2012 feature on ...

Coast Guard, National Park Service rescue loggerhead sea turtle in NC - wtkr.com

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A 24-foot Special Purpose Craft crew from Station Oregon Inlet, along with a National Park Service agent with a degree in zoology, were sent to free the turtle and assess its condition. The crew arrived on scene, took the turtle aboard and freed it ...

National Center for Science Education

Pittsburgh - United States

Clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and certain other theories out.

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    NCSE | National Center for Science Education - Defending the Teaching of Evolution in Public Schools.

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Preparing Our Children: Math and Science Education in the National Interest
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Genetics Education Center
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Resources for educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project. The site is maintained by Medical Genetics, University of Kansas Medical Center.

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