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  • *An happy #towelday to all readers!* ------------------------------ If you has ready and appreciate also one book by *Douglas Adams*, I think that you could...
    54 minutes ago from Doc Madhattan
  • A month ago I wrote a post about a planned experiment using the antibiotic bicyclomycin, to see if it induces *H. influenzae* cells to develop competence...
    14 hours ago from RRResearch
  • Field work is underway doing vegetational analyses of an old field as part of our research into the biology of a hemiparasitic plant that appears to have a...
    17 hours ago from The Phytophactor
  • *Rhapydionina deserta*, from Loeblich & Tappan (1964). *Belongs within:* Soritidae. The Rhapydionininae are a group of more or less conical Foraminifera k...
    1 day ago from Variety of Life
  • Does the hero die a hero, or does she survive? In our worship of the mortal champion for good, is it imperative that the hero dies in the at, or do we need...
    1 day ago from Pleiotropy
  • Spring allergy season is upon us, and plants are bursting into leaf and bloom, spreading pollen everywhere. For some of us, this otherwise beautiful season...
    3 days ago from Genomics, Medicine, and Pseudoscience
  • Nature has an opinion piece on Mendel's legacy by Gregory Radick who is a professor at the University of Leeds. The focus of Radick's article which is tit...
    3 days ago from The Curious Wavefunction
  • *To be continued...* A big thank you to Paul Selden, who just became my first Patreon supporter! Remember, if you want to support *Catalogue of Organisms*...
    6 days ago from Catalogue of Organisms
  • Topi Barr's *Antithiotimoline* is in this vintage AnalogSeven years ago, Andy Mitchinson, an editor at *Nature*, wrote at The Sceptical Chymist (Episodes ...
    2 weeks ago from The Culture of Chemistry
  • Hanging out with botanists in the field is a great way to learn more about plants and their identification. I recently spent a few days with some awesome b...
    2 weeks ago from Moss Plants and More
  • Paolo Gorini (1813-1881) was an Italian mathematician and naturalist, interested in medicine and geology, trying to combine in a quite unusual way his two...
    3 weeks ago from History of Geology
  • Earlier this month, we presented the results of the pilot phase of VerbCorner -- our citizen science project probing the nature of linguistic structure -- ...
    2 months ago from Games with Words
  • Over at Patheos, Ed Brayton as a child of the 80s posted his:The Best Albums of the 1980s As a child of the 80s myself, entering high school in 1983, and a ...
    2 months ago from Angry by Choice
  • My new paper in PeerJ features a new phylogenetic analysis of the Aetosauria (Archosauria: Pseudosuchia). I've added many new characters and feature all kn...
    4 months ago from Chinleana
  • There arose a need for a new tree for a parasitology meeting, so after almost five years, I finally updated the tree of eukaryotes. There are still things ...
    1 year ago from Skeptic Wonder
  • Hi guys, I've set-up a new science/education blog called* Science Bitez *so I'll be blogging from there from now on! Here's my first Science Bitez post: On ...
    1 year ago from The View from a Microbiologist
  • Eight years ago, I had finished my first year of graduate school in math, and I was at a loss as to what to research. My original focus, differential geom...
    1 year ago from PLEKTIX
  • Moving house again… Well almost, moving addresses anyway. It wasn’t that long ago I moved from Disease of the Week to here at Disease Prone to take advanta...
    4 years ago from Disease Prone

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