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  1. Postdoctoral Position in Auditory NeuroscienceRead the original story

    23 min ago | Nature Neuroscience

    is immediately available in the Department of Cell Biology at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Our lab focuses on the molecular programs that control the development and function of the auditory sensory epithelium, a specialized region ...


  2. Biologists conclude second year of IDNR Osprey Recovery ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News

    Illinois Department of Natural Resources biologists are wrapping up the second summer of a long-term project to re-establish the osprey as a nesting species in the state.


  3. Destiny: How A Game Could Predict 'Peak Beard'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    I'm an award-winning science journalist with a PhD in evolutionary biology. I spent several years at Focus, the BBC's popular science magazine, running the features section and writing about everything from gay genes and internet memes to the science of death and origin of life.


  4. Reducing causes of allergies in the homeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

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  5. Now, a comic on romantic microorganismsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago |

    An unusual manga comic based on the amorous experiences of some microorganisms, created by a former scientist who specialised in microbiology and fermentation, has become a hit among Japanese readers. The comic, which already is in its second volume, narrates the story of a euglena-type unicellular algae that has the characteristics of both plants and animals, and with a length less than 0.1 mm - living in a laboratory takes on the appearance of a young human male.


  6. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Genetics of the ZebrafishRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Nature Neuroscience

    The Institute is composed of 10 institutions from Brazil and abroad and hosted by the University of Campinas.The Zebrafish Laboratory is part of the Institute and seeks a posdoctoral fellow with experience in reverse genetic techniques in zebrafish model. Requirements: practical experience in knockdown and site-specific mutagenesis as well as experience with basic molecular biology and morphological approaches.


  7. Stress, Inflammation, and Cellular Vulnerability during Early Stages...Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | CiteULike

    The mood disorder prodrome is conceptualized as a symptomatic, but not yet clinically diagnosable stage of an affective disorder. Although a growing area, more focused research is needed in the pediatric population to better characterize psychopathological symptoms and biological markers that can reliably identify this very early stage in the evolution of mood disorder pathology.


  8. Scientists discover an on/off switch for aging cellsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai, have published today, in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, a first of its kind atomic level look at the ... (Medical Xpress)-Yale School of Medicine and Yale Cancer Center researchers have ...


  9. Identifying Breakthrough Life Science Research TechnologiesRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    ... than 200 entries from 30 countries were submitted. The ideas submitted covered agriculture, molecular and cellular biology, diagnostics, instrumentation development, information and computational sciences, neuroscience, imaging, immunology, and ...


  10. Project Launched to Study Evolutionary History of FungiRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    The University of California, Riverside is one of 11 collaborating institutions that have been funded a total of $2.5 million by the National Science Foundation for a project focused on studying zygomycetes - ancient lineages of fungi that include plant symbionts, animal and human pathogens and decomposers of a wide variety of organic compounds. Zygomycetes, used in numerous industrial processes and fermentation of foods, are thought to be among the first terrestrial fungi.


  11. Postdoctoral AssociateRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Nature Neuroscience

    The laboratories of Drs. Kimberley Tolias and Andreas Tolias in the Department of Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine are seeking applicants for a postdoctoral research position.


  12. 'Besom ling and teasel burrs': John Clare and botanisingRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | University of Cambridge

    A symposium taking place next week at Cambridge University Botanic Garden will unite artists, writers, scientists and literary scholars to look at the poet John Clare's close engagement with the natural environment as a botanist as well as poet. Clare's mingling of Latin names with common English names, of Linnaean systems with 'natural' ones, is related to his self-positioning as a natural poet - a poet related to his place - combined with his desire to become an establishment writer.


  13. CDC: Ebola could infect 500,000 in West AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Day

    People listen from their homes Friday as volunteers make announcements about Ebola in Freetown, Sierra Leone. One of the most stringent anti-Ebola measures to date began in Freetown Friday as Sierra Leone imposed a three-day national lockdown, ordering people off the streets and into their homes in an effort to stamp out the deadly disease.


  14. Misericordia nursing camp participants tour LifeFlight helicopterRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

    ... visit The camp is limited to 20 students. The university offers academic camps in biology, chemistry-biochemistry sciences, communications and media, literature, nursing, occupational therapy, and speech-language ...


  15. Major Pipette Distributor Announces Promotions on...Read the original story

    9 hrs ago |

    ... of pipettes. Micropipettes are ideal for working with volumes of 100 uL or less and are a great tool for molecular biology, pharmaceutical, oncology, and forensic applications. The micropipette promotions were designed to offer a range of high ...


  16. Breezy Science, Plant Studies and More Head to Space Station on SpaceX-4Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    will deliver, and later return, new technology, biology and biotechnology and Earth and space science research to the orbiting outpost. One of the new Earth science investigations heading into orbit is the ISS-Rapid Scatterometer ( ISS-RapidScat ). ...


  17. Integrated genomic study of quadruple-WT Gist (Kit/Pdgfra/SDH/Ras...Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | BioMed Central

    About 10-15% of adult gastrointestinal stromal tumors and the vast majority of pediatric GIST do not harbour KIT or platelet-derived growth factor receptor alpha mutations [1,2]. The molecular biology of these GIST, originally defined as KIT/PDGFRA wild-type , is complex due to the existence of different subgroups with distinct molecular hallmarks, including defects in the succinate dehydrogenase complex and mutations of neurofibromatosis type 1 , BRAF, or KRAS genes .


  18. Batu Biologics Names Dr. Hong Ma as Chief Scientific OfficerRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    According to a release from the company, Ma - who has business development and scientific consulting experience in domestic and international markets in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries - will provide oversight for R&D and business strategy for Batu Biologics. Batu Biologics noted that Ma has multi-cultural experience in , and brings successful scientific expertise to Batu Biologics in pharmacology; cell and molecular biology; animal models ; and research in cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases.


  19. ASU Awarded Patent for Scientific Discovery to Treat RSVRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    This is the first patent ASU has received for a discovery that was conceptualized, tested and completed in its CNBR lab. The invention involves gold nanoparticles, which are attached to a specific protein from the RSV.


  20. Using genetic screening to improve Korean white wheatRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... techniques he learned at South Dakota State University. He is working with molecular biologist Jai Rohila of the biology and microbiology department through a two-year project sponsored by the National Institute of Crop Science in Suwaon, South ...