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What an all-nighter does to your blood - CU Boulder Today


CU Boulder Today
“This tells us that when we experience things like jet lag or a couple of nights of shift work, we very rapidly alter our normal physiology in a way that if sustained can be detrimental to our health,” said senior author Kenneth Wright, director of the ...

Cell nucleus size could determine how long you are going to live, say scientists - The Independent


The Independent
“We think the nucleolus plays an important role in regulating the life span of animals,” said Adam Antebi, a cellular biologist at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Germany. He's an author of a new review published last week in Trends ...

Resetting the Epigenetic Balance for Cancer Therapy - Northwestern University NewsCenter


Northwestern University NewsCenter
“This is a simple molecular concept with major clinical significance,” said Ali Shilatifard, PhD, director of the Simpson Querrey Center for Epigenetics, chair of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, Robert Francis Furchgott Professor and senior author ...

Sylvia Earle: About the Author

Scottsdale - United States

Biography chronicling her life as a marine biologist, explorer, and author.

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Sylvia Earle, Ph.D.
United States

Offers a profile, biography, and interview with the marine biologist, undersea explorer, and environmentalist.

United States

Includes a brief biography and a selection of Earle's favorite web sites.

Heroes for the Planet: Sylvia Earle
United States

Article on the marine biologist known as "Her Deepness."

New York Times: Rachel Carson Dies of Cancer; Silent Spring Author Was 56
United States

1964 obituary. Free registration required.