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Fossil Bat Stories, Part 1 - Scientific American (blog)


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I'm sure I've said on several occasions that there are vast tetrapod groups that I've simply never covered in any depth at Tet Zoo – this, after 12 years of operation. It's a disgrace. There are quite a few really good books on bats. There are quite a ...

Programming a DNA Clock - Scientific American


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Nature is a master at constructing biological machines and circuits, including the ones that maintain the body's internal clock, copy genes or help cells move. Now human engineers are learning to design and synthesize novel biochemical devices such as ...

Defence strategies: How immunology took its great leap forward - New Scientist


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IMMUNOLOGIST Charles Janeway had an audacious idea. It was 1989 and most of his colleagues thought the immune system was primed solely to detect molecules it hadn't seen before. Janeway thought he had evidence that novelty alone wasn't enough to ...

Scientific American: Food for Thought

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