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11:02, 25 January 2018
Bench to Bedside: Ciliopathies and Retinal Degeneration, Part 2 – Jacque Duncan

Bench to Bedside: Ciliopathies and Retinal Degeneration, Part 2 – Jacque Duncan

http://www.ibiology.org/ibioeducation/taking-courses/bench-to-bedside/ciliopathies-retinal-degeneration.html In Part 1, Dr. Marshall began with an overview of the complex internal structure of cilia and flagella and the machinery, called intraflagellar transport (IFT), required to build and maintain these structures. Mutations in motile cilia were known to cause several human diseases but it...

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11:00, 25 January 2018

To Combat Loneliness, Promote Social Health

Mounting evidence shows that relationships should be a public health priority — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Source: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/to-combat-loneliness-promote-social-health1/

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11:03, 24 January 2018

Using Pop Culture to Practice Productive Disagreement

From supervillains to Sunday book club, books and movies provide low-stakes chances to build the constructive conversational skills we need for more important debates later on. — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Source: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/budding-scientist/using-pop-culture-to-practice-productive-disagreement/

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11:01, 24 January 2018
White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

A horrific fungal disease called White Nose Syndrome began to cause massive mortality of small brown bats in the Northeastern United States in 2006. Dr. Frick explains that she and her colleagues used historical data from bat censuses and recent mortality data to model possible outcomes for bat populations in this region. Sadly, their data indicate almost certain regional extinction for the bats...

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11:01, 23 January 2018

Squirrel Sex Is Complicated

Only 35 Mount Graham squirrels remain in the wild, but five captive squirrels could hold the key to their long-term survival—if we can get them to breed — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Source: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/extinction-countdown/squirrel-sex-is-complicated/

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11:01, 23 January 2018
White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

A horrific fungal disease called White Nose Syndrome began to cause massive mortality of small brown bats in the Northeastern United States in 2006. Dr. Frick explains that she and her colleagues used historical data from bat censuses and recent mortality data to model possible outcomes for bat populations in this region. Sadly, their data indicate almost certain regional extinction for the bats...

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11:03, 22 January 2018

2017 Ranked Among Three Hottest Years Ever

The average amount of heat absorbed and trapped in the upper ocean last year was also higher than ever seen before — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Source: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/2017-ranked-among-three-hottest-years-ever/

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11:02, 22 January 2018
White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

A horrific fungal disease called White Nose Syndrome began to cause massive mortality of small brown bats in the Northeastern United States in 2006. Dr. Frick explains that she and her colleagues used historical data from bat censuses and recent mortality data to model possible outcomes for bat populations in this region. Sadly, their data indicate almost certain regional extinction for the bats...

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11:02, 21 January 2018
The Good and Bad News about Rising Temperatures

The Good and Bad News about Rising Temperatures

Scientists believe they can better pinpoint how much future warming the world can expect — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Source: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-good-and-bad-news-about-rising-temperatures/

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11:02, 21 January 2018
White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

White Nose Syndrome – Winifred Frick (University of California, Santa Cruz)

A horrific fungal disease called White Nose Syndrome began to cause massive mortality of small brown bats in the Northeastern United States in 2006. Dr. Frick explains that she and her colleagues used historical data from bat censuses and recent mortality data to model possible outcomes for bat populations in this region. Sadly, their data indicate almost certain regional extinction for the bats...

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