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Jenna Taylor Apr 22
My teacher went on a rant about how the South Pole doesn’t exist
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LightWerks ProAV 20m
LightWerks partnered with this elite independent school to update their science classrooms with state-of-the-art technology. The student microscope images can be viewed on multiple displays throughout this stunning biology classroom!
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Dr Sue Thaw Apr 19
A huge thank you to all of the teachers that have shared resources recently, saved lots of people lots of time. I haven't really made much this year but some of the things I have are here:
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Neuroscience News Apr 18
Antidepressants, such as the SSRI, amitriptyline, antibiotics associated with developmental problems and sunscreen components are contaminating water, and accumulating in fish.
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The Aggie Transcript 8h
The link between genetics and pediatric obesity is complex. In our latest, Peggy Palsgaard explores this complexity and comments on studies about the efficacy of foster care as a treatment option.
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PM Honest Sinner 🤣 Apr 19
Indeed cell 📱is the funtional unit of life. 🤣
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Amoeba Sisters 3h
Prokaryote and eukaryote selfies! Find all of our GIFs here: 🔬
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Kristi Real 1h
Bird Beaks! Students were birds today to demonstrate natural selection.
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University of New Haven 9h
A few photos from 's recent event for students, enabling students to meet industry representatives and explore potential , , and opportunities.
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Inspecting Immunology Apr 20
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IIT Madras 22h
iGEM team venture would help anybody learn the complex concepts in ! The Project formed by IIT-M’s iGEM team in 2018 feature videos that help us learn biology in 33 languages.
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Sapien Labs Apr 22
The discoveries of exosomes and tunneling nanotubes that allow intercellular transport of proteins, RNA and DNA among neurons and glia change how we think about neuronal communication.
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Mount Allison 9h
Meet Nathan Robichaud ('22) from Yarmouth, NS — one of our 2018 Bell Scholarship recipients. Robichaud is planning to do a double degree in and . Full story:
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Synthego Apr 22
Are you using selectable markers to study ? If so, they may be altering the of your cells. Find out more in this article:
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Science Magazine Apr 15
Humans are born with considerable capacity, but it becomes lost in early childhood. Why is that the case? Recent research suggests it may have to do with an trade-off. ($)
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Crystal Avila 7h
Vertebrate dissections in Biol 1307 to compare internal and external anatomy 🐟🦈🐖🐁
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ORISEaspire 11h
The Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery is accepting applications for two paid opportunities in environmental risk assessment. Must have a graduate degree in , , or related field. Apply by June 3 here:
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ABE Program Office Apr 22
"Teasing Apart Race, Ancestry, and Ethnicity with Scientist Luke Ward" is a great resource for ABE and other teachers seeking to go more in depth on race, ethnicity, genetics, and personalized medicine with their students:
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#Science and #Tech 8h
Silent no more: river dolphins turn out to be talkative
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Life Sciences Education 5h
Prevailing Questions and Methodologies in Education Research: A Longitudinal Analysis of Research in CBE—LSE and at the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research
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