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    Teen Inventor Sets His Sights on New Tests for Cancer, Pollution
      Emerging Explorer Jack Andrakas won a major science fair in 2012 with his test for pancreatic cancer, and he hopes to take on pollution too. ....more | Save |  Share  Email 21st Dec 2014 
     
    College Selection Tips: Top 10 U.S. Schools for Prospective Biology Students - University Herald
      University Herald Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Photo : Flickr/CC) MIT is one the best schools in the nation for tech and science fields. Biology is a wide ranging major with many areas for speciali ....more | Save |  Share  Email 21st Dec 2014 
     
    Decision Making Is A Neuroscience - Ventures Africa
      "It's actually very surprising how little we think about the quality of our decision-making and how we could improve it. How absent decision-making classes are from educational curricula. How little we think about how it is we think.? - Noreena ....more | Save |  Share  Email 21st Dec 2014 
     
    Adam and Eve
      A common theme at this blog is that I don’t like blanket statements to the effect that science and religion are incompatible. The main problem I have is that “religion” means so many different things to different people that it is pointless to paint with such a broad brush. A seco ....more | Save |  Share  Email 21st Dec 2014 
     
    Duke University lab gets deep into bird biology - Charlotte Observer
      Charlotte Observer It was led by post-doc Osceola Whitney, Andreas Pfenning, a graduate of the Ph.D. program in computational biology and bioinformatics; Alexander Hartemink, professor of computer science, statistical science and biolo ....more | Save |  Share  Email 20th Dec 2014 
     
    Can scientists clone a rhinoceros? - U-T San Diego
      U-T San Diego In their most ambitious vision - something that has never been tried for any creature other than lab mice - the researchers aim to coax skin cells from Angalifu and others of his kind to become stem cells, and then sperm and eggs, and then ....more | Save |  Share  Email 20th Dec 2014 
     
     
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