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Teacher's marine biology trip may be his last with students - Tahlequah Daily Press


Tahlequah Daily Press
While the first trip was to Six Flags Over Texas to "study" roller coasters and human physiology, most of the spring trips have had a marine biology studies theme. "When I was younger, Sunday evening TV choices were either educational or family ...

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute - Atlas Obscura


Atlas Obscura
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. This sprawling farm was once a Cold War-era hideaway for the nation's top diplomats. Suggest an Edit · Add A Photo. Been Here? 0. Want to Visit? 1. Add Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute to a New List ...

Marine biology students visit Santa Cruz - Calaveras Enterprise


Calaveras Enterprise
Maybe that is why the recent trip to Santa Cruz proved to be so successful. Already filled to the brim with students who show particular interest in marine biology and related fields, Castro said the trip was designed to get students into the field and ...

The Blue Planet effect: why marine biology courses are booming - The Guardian


The Guardian
When she was just 12 years old, an impressionable Cathy Lucas, now associate professor in marine biology at the University of Southampton, met Sir David Attenborough. He'd come to talk to students about his 1979 landmark wildlife series Life on Earth ...

University of Akron biology professor, team of scientists make breakthrough discovery on vision - cleveland.com


cleveland.com
Jordan Renna, assistant professor of biology at The University of Akron, was among those who discovered a new property of an eye cell called the M5 by studying color vision in mice. The team was led by Maureen Stabio, assistant professor in the ...

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Dr. Ron Leslie
Canada

Dr. Ron Leslie PhD, DGJ Campbell Professor & Department Head, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2004: Richard Axel and Linda Buck
Sweden

Awarded for their discoveries of odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system.

Biographical Memoirs: Roger Wolcott Sperry
United States

By Theodore J. Voneida. Features article and selected bibliography of his publications.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1981: Roger W. Sperry, David H. Hubel, and Torsten N. Wiesel
Sweden

Includes their autobiographies, Nobel lectures, and more.

United States

Interview with the FCA about Parkinson's disease research.

New Mindset on Consciousness
United States

1987 article by Sperry, in which he describes his concerns over the scientific, social, and ethical implications of the development ...

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1997: Stanley B. Prusiner
Sweden

Features his autobiography, curriculum vitae, and photos from the prize award ceremony.

Interview With Torsten Wiesel, An
United States

Transcript of a 1998 interview at the time of his retirement as president of Rockefeller University.

Canada

Profile of his work with Torsten Wiesel in their discoveries of the activities of the visual cortex.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center: Dr. Linda Buck
United States

Brief profile including research interests and list of publications.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Linda B. Buck
United States

Profile of Buck and description of her research into how odors and pheromones are detected in the nose and then ...

Researchers Sniff Out Secrets of Smell
United States

1999 Harvard Gazette article describing Linda Buck's research into how the brain organizes information that the nose sends to it.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Richard Axel
United States

Profile of Axel and description of his research into how sensory neurons create a topographic map of olfactory information.

Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
United States

Researching the signal transduction mechanisms that underlie communication between neurons in health and disease.

Online NewsHour: Paul Greengard
United States

Interview--including audio, video, and transcript--with Greengard regarding his research and the Nobel Prize.

Not Ready for Prime Time: The Science behind Paul Greengard's Nobel Prize
United States

From The Rockefeller University Office of Public Affairs.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2000: Arvid Carlsson, Paul Greengard, and Eric R. Kandel
Sweden

Includes information on the men and their work, video from the presentation ceremony, and more.

Parkinson's Institute, The
United States

Providing patient care and research for Parkinson's and other neurological diseases.

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