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Anthony Hutchings May 30
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Derek Griffin May 17
Nice succinct overview from on the dx & management of sciatica. Keep it simple. Be vigilant for red flags or progressive neurological compromise, reassure, advise to keep active, monitor trajectory & symptoms, don't over treat.
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John McDowall Apr 28
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Anthony Hutchings May 2
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Stephanie Holt Jul 18
IT’S GILBERT WHITES 300th BIRTHDAY! 🥳which means a full day of online festival goodness over at I’m on at 5pm, but there’s loads of things going on right through the day, so come on over and help us celebrate the birthday boys big day! 🥳
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Dr Manu Saunders Jul 29
Arthropods often overlooked as vertebrate predators, great to see this cool review! These interactions are likely underestimated for the usual reasons: lack of survey effort & few journals publishing observations
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Dr Erica McAlister Jun 29
Oh folks! I’ve just reached a milestone. The has sold over 10,000 copies - I’m rather chuffed & v.greatful to all who have bought it
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Luiz Rocha, PhD Apr 25
People are fascinated by , don't let anyone convince you of the contrary. This one-page note I wrote once upon a time about a fish that mimics the mimic octopus became one of my top 10 articles in terms of general public reach!
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iBartomeus Jun 7
[Post] A simple observation of a single plant flower production:
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Tommy McElrath May 19
Just saying, as a fully employed biologist, I would 100% have found plant identification more useful on a day to day basis than the minutia of molecular & cellular biology.
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Morrison Nolan Jul 26
Hello, people. I read that up to 1/3 of American museums may not survive the pandemic. I want to compile a list of Natural History Museums that need assistance and ways we as geoscientists and the public can help. Please post museums and their needs
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Alexander Vieira Jul 20
A subadult wanders into the territory of a larger, more aggressive male and faces the consequences. Haven't seen much palaeoart of intraspecific fights featuring spinosaurids so this was fun to draw.
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McGill ROAAr Jun 12
We often highlight the beautiful bird portraits done by Elizabeth Gwillim in Madras (early 19th c.), but did you know she also painted flowers? Check out this wonderful article by Dr. Anna Winterbottom to learn more
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Oxford University Museum of Natural History Jul 27
The and periods were around half a billion years ago. But hidden in the genetic code of modern animals are signs of when the major animal groups first arose. Learn more on our online:
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Erich Hofmann Jul 9
Check out this great new paper by Robin and Bryan Maritz, showing the utility of and for collecting novel data on and and their interactions!
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JayEnAar Jul 17
I simply do not understand this foolishness. How can America's by 27%? That implies a mortality rate of 73%. That's bonkers!! The fact is if you don't die from it you have 'recovered' It is as simple as that. of .
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SYNTHESYS Apr 24
Would the digitisation of our collections help your research community? Only *6 DAYS* remaining for you to apply to our programme, a trial of a new 'Digitisation on Demand' model.🌍🖥️ Deadline: 30 April. Apply today!
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SHNH Jun 5
We're looking to feature more individuals from in our series, so how about getting in touch and letting us about the people who have inspired you! Whose collections make you go 'wow'? Whose artworks take your breath away? Leave a comment and let us know...
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The Phlegmfighter Apr 26
IMHO, these venerable giants of respiratory physiology propose an strategy because of failure to consider disease , & . It is a common problem w/ v. Intelligent people: Vent Mgmt of Pts With COVID-19
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Creative-Beast Jul 11
BotM: Ceratopsian Series wave 1 factory paint samples shown in the recent Kickstarter update. I'm very happy with these for a first attempt!
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