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Biology of our ancient ancestor takes shape - Phys.Org
Biology of our ancient ancestor takes shape  Phys.Org

The recent discovery of a new lineage of microbes has overturned biologists' understanding of the evolution of complex life on Earth. Genomic studies of Asgard ...


OU Sigma Xi chapter recognized for growth -2019 - Biology - News - OU Magazine - News at OU
OU Sigma Xi chapter recognized for growth -2019 - Biology - News - OU Magazine  News at OU

Oakland University's Sigma Xi chapter has been recognized by The Scientific Research Honor Society as one of its leading chapters for the initiation of new ...


2009 vs. 2019 Challenge Reveals a Strange Trend in the Biology of Aging - Inverse
2009 vs. 2019 Challenge Reveals a Strange Trend in the Biology of Aging  Inverse

The 2009-2019 challenge sweeping the internet may as well be renamed the “How Hard Did Aging Hit You?” meme. In the so-called #10YearChallenge, people ...


Easing test anxiety boosts low-income students' biology grades - Science News
Easing test anxiety boosts low-income students' biology grades  Science News

At a large Midwestern high school, almost 40 percent of low-income biology students were poised to fail the course. Instead, thanks to simple measures aimed at ...


Biology in the bank - Science Magazine
Biology in the bank  Science Magazine

How an open-access trove of data on Britons is unlocking the genetics of disease, behavior, and physical traits. Open in new tab. UK Biobank Principal ...


Indeterminate nature: the resurgence of quantum biology - Cosmos
Indeterminate nature: the resurgence of quantum biology  Cosmos

A melding of biology and physics first suggested in the 1920s is enjoying a revival as evidence mounts. Stephen Fleischfresser reports.


Is Biology Approaching the Threshold of Design Acceptance? - Discovery Institute
Is Biology Approaching the Threshold of Design Acceptance?  Discovery Institute

Slowly but surely, the biomimetics movement is having an effect on biology. The trend is global and cross-disciplinary, with almost every type of organism from ...


The fluid fish: first phase transition found in biology - Cosmos
The fluid fish: first phase transition found in biology  Cosmos

For the first time, researchers have documented a living organism passing through a liquid phase during its development. In a study in the journal Nature Cell ...


Synthetic biology goes to SPAAAAAAACE! - EurekAlert
Synthetic biology goes to SPAAAAAAACE!  EurekAlert

A science experiment aiming to demonstrate plants' capabilities in space has arrived at the International Space Station and is ready to begin relaying data.


Simple rules predict and explain biological mutualism - EurekAlert
Simple rules predict and explain biological mutualism  EurekAlert

Scientists have long employed relatively simple guidelines to help explain the physical world, from Newton's second law of motion to the laws of ...


Living Architecture: Investigating the interface between biology and architecture – a new vision for homes and cities - The Irish Times
Living Architecture: Investigating the interface between biology and architecture – a new vision for homes and cities  The Irish Times

Living organisms can be used in the construction of buildings and to heat and light them.


School biology teaching given a helping hand with molecular game and software | Imperial News - Imperial College London
School biology teaching given a helping hand with molecular game and software | Imperial News  Imperial College London

PLAYING WITH BIOLOGY - Two free interactive platforms that teachers could use to help students learn about molecular biology have been developed by ...


Biology Lab Strips James Watson Of All Honorary Titles After 'Reprehensible' Race Remarks - Gizmodo Australia
Biology Lab Strips James Watson Of All Honorary Titles After 'Reprehensible' Race Remarks  Gizmodo Australia

The Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory (CSHL) has stripped James Watson, the 90-year-old Nobel Prize-winning scientist famous for determining the double-helix ...


New Genomics Approaches to Tackle Biology's Complexities - Fortune
New Genomics Approaches to Tackle Biology's Complexities  Fortune

An Illumina co-founder and Venrock's Bryan Roberts weigh in on the next frontier of genomics.


Biology and 'gyana' of living with a dice-loving God - Times of India
Biology and 'gyana' of living with a dice-loving God  Times of India

As the year is about to get over, it is tempting to look back at it to find out what may make it memorable for the future generations. Trump or Modi may get some ...


Will future biologists need to be data crunchers too? - Times of India
Will future biologists need to be data crunchers too?  Times of India

Pune: The large volume of data that's being generated every second in every field of science has presented an important question to students pursuing .


How Synthetic Biology Could Treat Celiac Disease - American Council on Science and Health
How Synthetic Biology Could Treat Celiac Disease  American Council on Science and Health

By Dr. Ingrid Pultz. Synthetic biology is like genetic engineering on steroids. Using cutting edge computational design, synthetic biology aims to design novel ...


These Simple Writing Exercises Helped More Low-Income Students Pass Biology - Education Week
These Simple Writing Exercises Helped More Low-Income Students Pass Biology  Education Week

At one time or another, most students feel antsy going into a big test. A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests two ways ...


'Biological traces' found in search for Spanish boy missing in well - 9news.com.au
'Biological traces' found in search for Spanish boy missing in well  9news.com.au

The toddler was in the countryside with his family near the village of Totalán in the southern provi...


Varroa Mites Feed Primarily on Honeybee Fat Body Tissues, Not Hemolymph | Biology - Sci-News.com
Varroa Mites Feed Primarily on Honeybee Fat Body Tissues, Not Hemolymph | Biology  Sci-News.com

A parasite called the varroa mite (Varroa destructor) is the most serious pest of European honeybees (Apis mellifera) worldwide. For decades, scientists have ...


China’s lunar lander successfully sprouts cotton on the Moon - The Verge
China’s lunar lander successfully sprouts cotton on the Moon  The Verge

A biology experiment on board China's recent Moon lander has sprouted tiny cotton plants, marking the first time that humans have grown plants on the lunar ...


What's in a species? Biologist helps determine wolf taxonomy - Phys.Org
What's in a species? Biologist helps determine wolf taxonomy  Phys.Org

It's right there in the name: The Endangered Species Act is meant to protect endangered species of animals.


Taiwanese Student Befriends Giant Venomous Centipede (PHOTOS, VIDEO) - Sputnik International
Taiwanese Student Befriends Giant Venomous Centipede (PHOTOS, VIDEO)  Sputnik International

A biology student in Taiwan has posted photos and video of his Peruvian giant centipede crawling all over his body. The student says he's not afraid she'll bite ...


Victorian university offers released, with local graduates nabbing desired spots - Geelong Advertiser
Victorian university offers released, with local graduates nabbing desired spots  Geelong Advertiser

A LOVE of biology and determination to find new ways to help those in need has driven Charlie Baker to pursue a career in medicine.


This year we will start discovering more new biological molecules - Wired.co.uk
This year we will start discovering more new biological molecules  Wired.co.uk

"The breadth of biology and the enormous flexibility of genetic material will provide us with an ideal platform to explore an effectively unlimited number of ...


Artificial intelligence applied to the genome identifies an unknown human ancestor - Science Daily
Artificial intelligence applied to the genome identifies an unknown human ancestor  Science Daily

By combining deep learning algorithms and statistical methods, investigators have identified, in the genome of Asian individuals, the footprint of a new hominid ...


Sir Aaron Klug: Nobel-prize winning giant of molecular biology - The Independent
Sir Aaron Klug: Nobel-prize winning giant of molecular biology  The Independent

Sir Aaron Klug was the British scientist who won a Nobel prize for developing techniques that used electronic probes and crystallographic techniques to discern ...


A Biologist Reconstructs the Grotesque Efficiency of the Nazis' Killing Machine - Scientific American
A Biologist Reconstructs the Grotesque Efficiency of the Nazis' Killing Machine  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


New book champions “hard” science in the messy world of plant biology - The John Innes Centre
New book champions “hard” science in the messy world of plant biology  The John Innes Centre

A new book edited by a leading John Innes Centre scientist highlights the importance of physical, mathematical and computational approaches to plant ...


Meet our Experts - Biofortified Blog
Meet our Experts  Biofortified Blog

Biology Fortified, Inc. (BFI) is managed by a Board of 3 to 9 Directors, serving 2 year terms with no term limits. The Directors are elected during BFI's annual ...


Intron RNA sequences help yeast cells to survive starvation - Nature.com
Intron RNA sequences help yeast cells to survive starvation  Nature.com

Intron sequences are removed from newly synthesized RNA and usually rapidly degraded. However, it now seems that introns have a surprising role — helping ...


Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in School of Biological Sciences job with UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL | 125819 - Times Higher Education (THE)
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in School of Biological Sciences job with UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL | 125819  Times Higher Education (THE)

Division/School School of Biological Sciences Contract type Open Ended Working pattern Full time. Salary £43,267 - £51,630 per annum. Closing date for ...


Biologists Unravel Memory Mechanism in Flowering Plants | Biology - Sci-News.com
Biologists Unravel Memory Mechanism in Flowering Plants | Biology  Sci-News.com

A team of researchers from the United Kingdom and the Netherlands has identified a mechanism that enables angiosperms (flowering plants) to sense and ...


CBSE Class 12 exams 2019: Check sample paper of Biology - The Indian Express
CBSE Class 12 exams 2019: Check sample paper of Biology  The Indian Express

–Written by R K Gupta. Advertising. CBSE Class 12 exams 2019: The board exams for Class 12 are just a month away and students must be busy revising and ...


Singapore may restrict LGBTI adoption after gay father adopted biological son - ABC News
Singapore may restrict LGBTI adoption after gay father adopted biological son  ABC News

Singapore looks to tighten its adoption laws after a gay man won an appeal to legally adopt his biological son in a landmark court ruling last year, its Social ...


Research advancing biological control of invasive plant species - Phys.Org
Research advancing biological control of invasive plant species  Phys.Org

Academics from Royal Holloway, University of London in collaboration with The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience (CABI) and the University of Reading are ...


Preparation, characterization and in vitro biological activity of Soyasapogenol B - EurekAlert
Preparation, characterization and in vitro biological activity of Soyasapogenol B  EurekAlert

Using Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) as a drug delivery system, can avoid the need for solvents and preventing drug precipitation in aqueous ...


Pensioner, 69, calls for passports to show a person's 'biological age' - Daily Mail
Pensioner, 69, calls for passports to show a person's 'biological age'  Daily Mail

The Dutch pensioner in a legal battle to be recognised as 20 years younger to get more dates on Tinder wants the EU to make it possible for him to get a ...


Global Chicken Vaccines Market 2019 – Ringpu Biology, Yebio, Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Merck Animal Health - Bitcoin Journal
Global Chicken Vaccines Market 2019 – Ringpu Biology, Yebio, Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Merck Animal Health  Bitcoin Journal

Global Chicken Vaccines Market Report offers a thorough evaluation of the global Chicken Vaccines market along with historic details, industry-standard ...


The 2019 PLOS Computational Biology T-shirt Competition is now open! | PLOS Biologue - PLoS Blogs
The 2019 PLOS Computational Biology T-shirt Competition is now open! | PLOS Biologue  PLoS Blogs

What do you want to see on the front of this year's PLOS Computational Biology t-shirt? Enter our t-shirt competition by sending us an eye-catching, innovative ...


A comprehensive metabolic map for production of bio-based chemicals - Phys.org
A comprehensive metabolic map for production of bio-based chemicals  Phys.org

A KAIST research team completed a metabolic map that charts all available strategies and pathways of chemical reactions that lead to the production of various ...


Wild insects 'get old' before they die : Biology - Nature World News
Wild insects 'get old' before they die : Biology  Nature World News

Short-lived wild insects "get old" - losing some of their physical abilities - before they die, new research shows. Few studies have examined whether insects such ...


Universal scaling across biochemical networks on Earth - Science Advances
Universal scaling across biochemical networks on Earth  Science Advances

The application of network science to biology has advanced our understanding of the metabolism of individual organisms and the organization of ecosystems ...


Rescuers find “biological traces” of Spanish child stuck in well - EL PAÍS in English
Rescuers find “biological traces” of Spanish child stuck in well  EL PAÍS in English

Rescue teams have found “biological traces” inside a 100-meter-deep well that a toddler is believed to have fallen into last Sunday in Totalán, in the southern ...


Seed grants advance basic plant biology | Purdue University News & Stories - Purdue Agricultural Communications
Seed grants advance basic plant biology | Purdue University News & Stories  Purdue Agricultural Communications

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019. An innovative seed grant program in its second year is meeting its goal of encouraging collaboration among researchers.


'The Art of Looking': The Living Organism - The Atlantic
'The Art of Looking': The Living Organism  The Atlantic

Just as cells are the building blocks of the human body, a painting's points, lines, colors, and tensions are the building blocks of its life.


Quantum physicists in the 1920s helped found field of quantum biology - Ars Technica
Quantum physicists in the 1920s helped found field of quantum biology  Ars Technica

In 1944, quantum physicist Erwin Schroedinger wrote a short book called What Is Life: The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell, exploring how the relatively new ...


LETTER: College of Applied Biology’s findings have significant implications to Saanich staff - Sooke News Mirror
LETTER: College of Applied Biology’s findings have significant implications to Saanich staff  Sooke News Mirror

I find the article on Ted Lea being found guilty of ethics violations very troubling. However, it appears to have significant implications beyond Lea. The Saanich ...


Algae, tripping the light. Fantastic - Cosmos
Algae, tripping the light. Fantastic  Cosmos

Scientists identify new light receptor in primitive organism.


How wasps saved Asia’s forests (commentary) - Mongabay.com
How wasps saved Asia’s forests (commentary)  Mongabay.com

In our recent study, we combined field observations and satellite imagery to show how the tiny pest-killing lopezi wasp (Anagyrus lopezi) helped combat ...


How stem cells self-organize in the developing embryo - EurekAlert
How stem cells self-organize in the developing embryo  EurekAlert

New study uses live imaging to understand a critical step in early embryonic development--how genes and molecules control forces to orchestrate the ...


BMC Biology Shares Rejected Papers’ Peer Reviews with Other Journals - The Scientist
BMC Biology Shares Rejected Papers’ Peer Reviews with Other Journals  The Scientist

The Springer Nature journal BMC Biology plans to provide rival publications with peer reviews of papers it rejects. BMC Biologyaims to cut down on wasted time ...


China's Moon Plants Are Dead - Space.com
China's Moon Plants Are Dead  Space.com

The moon is a lifeless world once again. The cotton plants that sprouted on the moon's far side aboard China's Chang'e 4 lander are dead, done in by the bitter ...


North Korea’s Less-Known Military Threat: Biological Weapons - The New York Times
North Korea’s Less-Known Military Threat: Biological Weapons  The New York Times

Military analysts are increasingly concerned about the nation's “advanced, underestimated and highly lethal” bioweapons program.


How to make your podcast stand out in a crowded market - Nature.com
How to make your podcast stand out in a crowded market  Nature.com

Researchers are creating their own podcasts on topics ranging from exoplanets to graduate-student finances.


Engineered T cells promote long-term organ transplant acceptance - Nature World News
Engineered T cells promote long-term organ transplant acceptance  Nature World News

Organ transplant rejection is a major problem in transplantation medicine. Suppressing the immune system to prevent organ rejection, however, opens the door ...


New university drama in Denmark: Professor baffled over student gender demands - The Copenhagen Post - Danish news in english
New university drama in Denmark: Professor baffled over student gender demands  The Copenhagen Post - Danish news in english

A win for human rights or walking on eggshells?. New university drama in Denmark: Professor baffled over student gender demands.


Global Bio-based Itaconic Acid Market 2018 – DSM Netherlands, Chengdu Lucky Biology, Itaconix, Lucite International Group, Nanjing Huajin Biologicals – Reports Herald - reportsherald.com
Global Bio-based Itaconic Acid Market 2018 – DSM Netherlands, Chengdu Lucky Biology, Itaconix, Lucite International Group, Nanjing Huajin Biologicals – Reports Herald  reportsherald.com

The Global Bio-based Itaconic Acid Market report provides in-depth overview of the competitive scenario and regulatory framework of the market. This will ...


Biological engineering graduate student uses nanoparticles in traumatic brain injury research - Daily Nebraskan
Biological engineering graduate student uses nanoparticles in traumatic brain injury research  Daily Nebraskan

When Aria Tarudji was a kid, one of his favorite activities was to experiment with beans he grew on little pieces of cotton. Of course, he was still young, and.


Unraveling threads of bizarre hagfish's explosive slime - Science Daily
Unraveling threads of bizarre hagfish's explosive slime  Science Daily

As long as a free end gets stuck on something, and some force from moving water or struggling fish pulls in the opposite direction, tiny skeins of thread produced ...


Most Funded Synthetic Biology Companies in 2018 - Nanalyze
Most Funded Synthetic Biology Companies in 2018  Nanalyze

It was a big year for synthetic biology companies, with a record $3.8 billion raised from various channels. A look at some of the top-funded synbio cos.


'PBB Otso': Marie reunites with biological mother after 23 years - ABS-CBN News
'PBB Otso': Marie reunites with biological mother after 23 years  ABS-CBN News

Growing up, Marie Songalia always felt incomplete.


Biologists identify promising drug for ALS treatment - EurekAlert
Biologists identify promising drug for ALS treatment  EurekAlert

A new drug could significantly slow the progression of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, according to new research by University of Alberta biologists.


Biologist talks on dragonfly population in Vermont - Mountaintimes
Biologist talks on dragonfly population in Vermont  Mountaintimes

Rutland County Audubon presents an interesting program about dragonflies on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. Did you know,


Biologist in Saanich eco-bylaw fight cited for violations - Times Colonist
Biologist in Saanich eco-bylaw fight cited for violations  Times Colonist

A registered biologist who was instrumental in Saanich council's decision to overturn a controversial environmental protection bylaw has been cited for ethical ...


Transhumanist technology will free women from reproductive stress - Quartz
Transhumanist technology will free women from reproductive stress  Quartz

Genetic editing combined with stem-cell technology will likely make it safer for a 50-year-old woman to have a baby in 2028 than for a 25-year-old woman in ...


Evolution: biologist George Price’s life and death - Vox.com
Evolution: biologist George Price’s life and death  Vox.com

What the late biologist George Price can teach us about the price of altruism.


Insect biological control shields tropical forests - Science Daily
Insect biological control shields tropical forests  Science Daily

An international team of scientists, involving entomologists, conservation biologists, agro-ecologists and geographers, has just revealed how on-farm biological ...


Better security achieved with randomly generating biological encryption keys - Phys.org
Better security achieved with randomly generating biological encryption keys  Phys.org

Data breaches, hacked systems and hostage malware are frequently topics of evening news casts—including stories of department store, hospital, government ...


Quantum 2.0: At the beating heart of biology - Pursuit
Quantum 2.0: At the beating heart of biology  Pursuit

Quantum mechanics is one of the most profound theories in science. It describes the strange reality of the atomic and sub-atomic world which is governed by ...


James Cook University reviews ex-student's 'fishy' findings - The Australian
James Cook University reviews ex-student's 'fishy' findings  The Australian

A collage of 50 lionfish was supposed to dampen questions over concerns around the academic rigour of former star James Cook University research student ...


Novartis CEO Who Wanted To Bring Tech Into Pharma Now Explains Why It's So Hard - Forbes
Novartis CEO Who Wanted To Bring Tech Into Pharma Now Explains Why It's So Hard  Forbes

We need to bring our best technology – biological and digital – and our most creative people together to work on this monumental challenge. One clear ...


Jellyfish map could be the future to protecting UK waters and fish - EurekAlert
Jellyfish map could be the future to protecting UK waters and fish  EurekAlert

A University of Southampton research team has developed a map of chemicals found in Jellyfish caught across 1 million square-kilometres of UK waters.


How Trump's Wall Would Alter Our Biological Identity Forever - Scientific American
How Trump's Wall Would Alter Our Biological Identity Forever  Scientific American

It's no secret that the Trump administration is attacking science. From scrubbing the words “climate change” from federal agency websites to cutting public health ...


3 years, a 2-burner stove and 1 dog: How this biologist found her best friend in the Andes - FIU News
3 years, a 2-burner stove and 1 dog: How this biologist found her best friend in the Andes  FIU News

Kelsey Reider went into the high Andes Mountains looking for frogs. She came back down with a dog. Reider's research on temperature extremes, climate ...


Former Head of NIMH, Lewis Judd, Dies - The Scientist
Former Head of NIMH, Lewis Judd, Dies  The Scientist

Lewis Judd, the former director of the National Institute of Mental Health and chair of the University of California, San Diego's psychiatry department for 36 years, ...


Colorado mom shocked to discover adopted children are biological siblings - Global News
Colorado mom shocked to discover adopted children are biological siblings  Global News

Katie Page said she was "shocked" when she found her adopted daughter was biologically related to her adopted son.


New study shows smoking accelerates aging - EurekAlert
New study shows smoking accelerates aging  EurekAlert

Smoking has long been proven to negatively affect people's overall health in multiple ways. The study shows that the smokers demonstrated a higher aging ratio ...


EMEA Cancer Biological Therapy Market to Fight Odds and Attain a Robust Growth to Attain $29,776.3 Million By 2021 - Press Release - Digital Journal
EMEA Cancer Biological Therapy Market to Fight Odds and Attain a Robust Growth to Attain $29,776.3 Million By 2021 - Press Release  Digital Journal

MRFR is the Leading Brand in The Research Company who Recently Published EMEA Cancer Biological Therapy Market Research Reports which includes ...


Isle Royale: A Wildlife Biologist’s Dream - The Yale Politic
Isle Royale: A Wildlife Biologist’s Dream  The Yale Politic

Isle Royale is a wildlife biologist's dream. A remote, federally-protected island located in Lake Superior, it is almost completely undisturbed by humans.


When Your Daughter Defies Biology - The Wall Street Journal
When Your Daughter Defies Biology  The Wall Street Journal

The burden of mothers whose children suffer from 'rapid onset gender dysphoria.'


Crowdsourced drug discovery pits half-forgotten compounds against neglected diseases - Chemistry World
Crowdsourced drug discovery pits half-forgotten compounds against neglected diseases  Chemistry World

A project that is the first of its kind has got researchers delving into their freezers to dig out their half-forgotten contents – compounds previously made or isolated ...


Synthetic Biology Market 2016-2026 | Key Players are Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Agilent Technologies, GEN9, Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC., Amyris Biotechnologies, Epoch Life Science Inc. - openPR
Synthetic Biology Market 2016-2026 | Key Players are Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Agilent Technologies, GEN9, Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC., Amyris Biotechnologies, Epoch Life Science Inc.  openPR

Synthetic Biology is one of the breakthrough technologies developed by mankind from chemistry, biology, computer science and engineering which ultimately ...


LOOK: Jennylyn Mercado meets up with biological mom - INQUIRER.net
LOOK: Jennylyn Mercado meets up with biological mom  INQUIRER.net

Jennylyn Mercado is rarely seen with her biological mom, Jinkee Pineda, and now followers got to see them together side by side. The Kapuso actress and ...


National A chance DNA test reunited a daughter with her biological mother after 52 years apart - ABC Action News
National A chance DNA test reunited a daughter with her biological mother after 52 years apart  ABC Action News

SAN DIEGO — It's one of Karen Leslie's most painful memories, putting her daughter up for adoption 52 years ago. Leslie was young and unmarried at the time, ...


How Beauty Is Making Scientists Rethink Evolution - The New York Times
How Beauty Is Making Scientists Rethink Evolution  The New York Times

The extravagant splendor of the animal kingdom can't be explained by natural selection alone — so how did it come to be?


Teacher of Mathematics, Biology and Physics - Chisholm Catholic College, CORNUBIA - EducationHQ Australia
Teacher of Mathematics, Biology and Physics - Chisholm Catholic College, CORNUBIA  EducationHQ Australia

Permanent full-time job at Chisholm Catholic College (Cornubia Queensland, Australia) recruited via Brisbane Catholic Education Office (Dutton Park, ...


New synthetic biology initiative to boost bio-economy - UQ News
New synthetic biology initiative to boost bio-economy  UQ News

A $4.5 million initiative to boost Australia's synthetic biology capabilities will be built by The University of Queensland and CSIRO, helping drive advances in ...


How the Government Shutdown is Impacting Public Lands: Rangers, Biologists, and National Parks Staff Members Stay Home - Outdoor Life
How the Government Shutdown is Impacting Public Lands: Rangers, Biologists, and National Parks Staff Members Stay Home  Outdoor Life

In some places, our public lands are literally being trashed as the folks paid to oversee them are left in limbo. In other places, the damage is more gradual.


January 2019: Motsinger-Reif takes biostats and computational biology lead - Environmental Factor Newsletter
January 2019: Motsinger-Reif takes biostats and computational biology lead  Environmental Factor Newsletter

Alison Motsinger-Reif, Ph.D., stepped up as the new Biostatistics and Computational Biology Branch (BCBB) chief Dec. 10. The native North Carolinian came ...


The synthetic biology revolution is now – here's what that means - The Conversation AU
The synthetic biology revolution is now – here's what that means  The Conversation AU

Right now, you're living in a kind of industrial revolution – where biotechnology, information technology, manufacturing and automation all come together to form ...


South Dakota Considering Bill Barring Transgender Students From Competing Against Opposite Biological Sex - The Daily Wire
South Dakota Considering Bill Barring Transgender Students From Competing Against Opposite Biological Sex  The Daily Wire

On Monday, two Republican legislators in South Dakota introduced a bill that would throw out the South Dakota High School Activities Association's 2015 policy ...


#Showbiz: Better to cut ties with Qayyum's biological mum, says Aliff Syukri - New Straits Times
#Showbiz: Better to cut ties with Qayyum's biological mum, says Aliff Syukri  New Straits Times

KUALA LUMPUR: Cosmetics entrepreneur Datuk Seri Aliff Syukri Kamarzaman has had enough with the biological mother of his adopted son Qayyum, who ...


Biological markers that could guide treatment for prostate cancer - Science Daily
Biological markers that could guide treatment for prostate cancer  Science Daily

Genetic alterations in low-risk prostate cancer diagnosed by needle biopsy can identify men that harbor higher-risk cancer in their prostate glands, researchers ...


Chart of the day: How many Australian biology students believe God has a role in evolution? - ABC News
Chart of the day: How many Australian biology students believe God has a role in evolution?  ABC News

A long-term study of Australian biology students reveals how attitudes towards creationism and evolution have shifted.


How to Engineer Biology - Scientific American
How to Engineer Biology  Scientific American

Because biology is the result of evolution and not human development, bringing engineering principles to it is guaranteed to fail. Or so goes the argument ...


Bottom-up biology - Nature.com
Bottom-up biology  Nature.com

Researchers are tearing up the biology rule books by trying to construct cells from scratch. A special issue explores the lessons being learnt about life.


The dad who found out he wasn't his kids' biological father - BBC News
The dad who found out he wasn't his kids' biological father  BBC News

Richard Mason was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, meaning he had been infertile since birth.


Biology blurring the boundaries - The Australian
Biology blurring the boundaries  The Australian

Artificial intelligence is taking off. Virtual assistants, computer chips, cameras and software packages are increasingly taking advantage of machine learning to ...


Engineering Biology, For Real? - Science Magazine
Engineering Biology, For Real?  Science Magazine

Any article titled “How to Engineer Biology” is going to get a look from me – and when I'm referenced in the opening paragraphs, especially so. This is a piece by ...