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Shark embryo in Anatomy/Zoology building shows developmental stages in real ... - Rocky Mountain Collegian

Rocky Mountain Collegian
Senior zoology student Kyle Taitt came up with the idea to raise a bamboo shark in the aquariums as a way to provide a unique educational opportunity for students studying developmental biology. After presenting the project to Donna Weedman, biology ...

Oldest stone tools predate evolution of Homo genus - Mother Nature Network

Mother Nature Network
The age of the newly discovered tools pushes that date back at least 700,000 years, which is before the Homo genus had even evolved. That means the first creature to ever bang two stones together to create a new technology may not have been a direct ...
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Genetic Literacy Project

Art meets biology in CSB/SJU project - St. Cloud Times

St. Cloud Times
The intricate work of nine College of St. Benedict/St. John's University students is on display in Paramount Gallery and Gifts Nook Gallery. The 50 pieces of small-scale work focus on the details of drawing birds, butterflies, insects, flowers and mammals.

NONEMA Project

Kiel - Germany

Collaborative European research that aims to make plants resistant to parasitic nematodes. Contains background, members list, and general information about the pathogen with video clips.

ProWeb Project
United States

Summarizes features of protein families, documentation to capture biological richness through links to home pages of workers in the field from FHCRC, Seattle, WA.

United States

Knowledge base that combines data on the structure of the prokaryotic 30S ribosomal subunit that initiates the translation of mRNA into protein, its function and related links and references.

The BioSharp Project
United States

BioSharp is an open-source project to provide a framework for processing biological data using C# and other .net languages.

The ARB Project

A free sequence database application for Unix. It includes a sequence editor, several sequence aligners, phylogeny reconstruction tools, probe/primer search and generation, genome annotation and visualization. In addition to the integrated user-interface the ARB database can be accessed using Perl or C.

Biotech Project
United States

Designed to assist teachers in using biotechnology techniques in their classrooms, to address novel research questions and links to other courses run by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Arizona .

The GenScope Project
United States

As a complement to text-based instruction students and teachers can manipulate the processes of inheritance on six different, but related, levels: DNA, chromosome, cell, organism, pedigree, and population.

NeuroLam Project

This lab is a part of the Dept. of Functional Biology and Health Sciences, University of Vigo, Spain. Studies organization and development of the lamprey brain and spinal cord.

Neodat Project
United States

Database of fish biodiversity in the Neotropics. Systematic and geographic data on freshwater fish specimens.

Project Interlock
New Zealand

Since 1977 this project, set up by Wade Doak in New Zealand, has been researching the capacities of cetaceans in the wild.

Project Elater
United States

Taxonomy and biodiversity of the Elateroidea (click beetles and relatives) in the families Elateridae, Throscidae, Eucnemidae, and Cerophytidae.