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Can Being Lonely Make You Sick? - Medscape


Medscape
"Relational neuroscience" refers to the intersection of interpersonal neurobiology, relational cultural theory, and neuroplasticity and has emerged in the past 20 years. Technological advances, including functional MRI, single-photon emission CT, and ...

The games scientists play - Lethbridge Herald


Lethbridge Herald
Students from Biochemistry 3300 and New Media 3310 Game Design, Theory and Production, have created two new games after being put in touch through the Agility program. According to the University, biochemistry professor H.J. Wieden suggested a ...

Theory of evolution naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace studied S'pore's biodiversity in 1854 - Mothership.sg (registration)


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Interestingly enough, Wallace actually took notice of virgin forests being cleared in the area, and predicted that “countless tribes of interesting insects [would] become extinct” if the practice continued. He pleaded in his writings for Singapore's ...

Three Domains Theory

Louisville - United States

Includes a map of the Three Domains (Archaea, Bacteria, and Eucarya) and looks at how molecular-phylogenetic studies have reshaped the tree of life, showing that the main diversity of life is microbial.

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Looks at how the analysis of Archaea DNA lead to microbiologist Carl Woese's proposal for a reorganized Tree of Life made up of Three Domains: Eukarya, Eubacteria (true bacteria), and Archaea.

United Kingdom

A database built from Pfam, PRINTS and PROSITE.

A New Germ Theory
United States

The dictates of evolution virtually demand that the causes of some of humanity's chronic and most baffling "noninfectious" illnesses will turn out to be pathogens -- that is the radical view of a prominent evolutionary biologist.

Molecular Information Theory
United States

Home page of the Molecular Information Theory group at the Center for Cancer Research Nanobiology Program, NIH.

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The Emuseum's general overview of human evolution summarizing people in the study of human evolution, terms, hominid fossil images and links.

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A paper on a genetic model for the cause of cancer describing a counter mechanism for the cell's life span and how this counter can cause cancer.

Molecular Information Theory
United States

The theory of molecular machines from the NIH Laboratory of Computational and Experimental Biology.

History of Evolutionary Theory
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Evolutionary topics and scientists in their historical context - from Museum of Paleontology, UC-Berkeley.

Human Evolution Theory
United States

Human evolution theory utilizing concepts of neoteny & female sexual selection. An etiology of neuropsychological disorders such as autism and dyslexia, and the origin of left handedness.

Synthetic Theory of Evolution
United States

Offers an introduction to late 20th century evolutionary concepts and theories.