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VIDEO: How to prep dinosaur remains for a 2,000 mile road trip

How to prep dinosaur remains for a 2,000 mile road trip

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How to move a T-Rex dinosaur

Moving a dinosaur skeleton across the US

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European Union Debates Initiative on Embryo Protection

A hearing was held on a petition bearing 1.8 million signatures that would ban the use of European funds for activities such as stem-cell research.

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Neanderthal Man: In search of lost genomics, by S.Paabo from Basic Books. (Mar 21).

Sex Itself: The search for male and female in the human genome, by S.Richardson from Univ Chicago Press. (Mar 21).

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Bryan Clarke FRS has passed. (Mar 10).

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Apr 14 16:00Evolutionary pathway to increased virulence and epidemic group A Streptococcus disease derived from 3,615 genome sequences - Waleed Nasser et al. (PNAS)
Apr 14 16:00Horizontal transfer of an adaptive chimeric photoreceptor from bryophytes to ferns - Fay-Wei Li et al. (PNAS)
Apr 14 16:00Enhanced evolution by stochastically variable modification of epigenetic marks in the early embryo - Sergio Branciamore, Andrei S. Rodin, Arthur D. Riggs, Sergei N. Rodin (PNAS)
Apr 14 16:00Partner choice and fidelity stabilize coevolution in a Cretaceous-age defensive symbiosis - Martin Kaltenpoth et al. (PNAS)
Apr 14 08:00Comparative genomics of flatworms (Platyhelminthes) reveals shared genomic features of ecto- and endoparastic Neodermata - Christoph Hahn, Bastian Fromm, Lutz Bachmann (GBE)
Apr 14 08:00Systematic variation in the pattern of gene paralogue retention between the teleost super-orders Ostariophysi and Acanthopterygii - D Garcia de la serrana, EA Mareco, IA Johnston (GBE)
Apr 14 08:00Comparative Genomic Analysis and Virulence Differences in Closely Related Salmonella enterica Serotype Heidelberg Isolates from Humans, Retail Meats and Animals - Maria Hoffmann et al. (GBE)
Apr 14 08:00Paralogue re-emergence: a novel, historically-contingent mechanism in the evolution of anti-microbial resistance - Nichola J Hawkins et al. (MBE)

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