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To understand digital advertising, study its algorithms - The Economist

The Economist
ALAN MISLOVE studies algorithms. Recently, his research at Northeastern University, in Boston, has shown that Facebook's software was leaking users' phone numbers to advertisers. He has also found new ways to audit that same software for racial bias ...

Are You Properly Engaging Your Clinical Pharmacology Team? - Clinical Leader

Clinical Leader
Phase I and Clinical Pharmacology studies across the company's (drug) pipeline. Homolka has been working in the pharmaceutical industry for more than 30 years. For the last 20 years, he has been employed by Shire and AstraZeneca in Clinical ...

University zoology student studies largest known specimen of black carp - Daily Egyptian

Daily Egyptian
The largest known specimen of black carp has been brought to university researchers who hope to unlock important information about the invasive species. “The fish was substantially larger than anything we had seen before,” Greg Whitledge, an associate ...

Studies in Mycology

Utrecht - Netherlands

The CBS Fungal Biodiversity Centre - an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and situated in Utrecht, The Netherlands - maintains a world-renowned collection of living filamentous fungi, yeasts and bacteria. The institute's research programs principally focus on the taxonomy and evolution of fungi as well as on functional aspects of fungal biology and ecology, increasingly making use of molecular and genomics approaches. The CBS employs circa 70 personnel, among whom circa 17 scientists.

The CBS taxonomy series "Studies in Mycology" is an international journal which publishes systematic monographs of filamentous fungi and yeasts, and at occasions the proceedings of special meetings related to all fields of mycology, biotechnology, ecology, molecular biology, pathology and systematics. The first issue was published in 1972. More information may be found at the web site.

Mycology Resources
United States

Links to internet resources of interest to mycologists.

Field Mycology
United Kingdom

A new publication from the British Mycological Society devoted to the identification and study of wild fungi in Britain and Europe.

Duke Mycology
United States

Information on Rytas Vilgalys's research group, evolutionary biology of mushrooms, and mushrooms of North Carolina.

Mycology Online

Resource of clinically significant mycological information.

Mycology at Kew
United Kingdom

From Antarctica to the tropics, fungi from every part of the globe are available for international research, making Kew a Mycological Mecca.

Internet portal for scientists presenting information about diversity of fungi including email directories, societies, identification, collections, and resources.

Mycology Online

Mycology Online is a joint project of the Mycology Unit at SA Pathology and School of Molecular & Biomedical Science at the University of Adelaide. The website contains information on the identification and management human and animal fungal infections. The site provides a range of educational materials including a mould identification self assessment module, descriptions of fungal pathogens and diseases, and links to societies and to other mycol

Ethno-Mycology of the World
United States

Provides an overview of fungi and includes information on their use as tools, for food and in medicine and their psychoactive properties.

Mycology - Endophytes in General

Introduction to endophyte associations as part of a basic university course in fungal biology.

Bibliography of Systematic Mycology
United Kingdom

On-line and in print list of papers and books on all aspects of the taxonomy of fungi for each year.