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'Friendly' bacteria could help save frogs from disease

A discovery by UK scientists could help save species such as the European common frog from extinction

From the BBC News-2019-6-22:8:5:1


DNA Microscope Sees 'Through the Eyes of the Cell'

A new imaging tool works more like Google Maps than a traditional microscope.

From the NYTimes News-2019-6-20:20:6:1


Meet the Narluga, Hybrid Son of a Narwhal Mom and a Beluga Whale Dad

Its skull sat in a museum collection for decades before new technology unlocked its genetic secrets.

From the NYTimes News-2019-6-20:14:6:1


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Darwin's Most Wonderful Plants by Ken Thompson from Profile Books (Jun 23).

Postdoc available for Biology Education Research at Auburn University. (Jun 18).

Life Finds a Way: What Evolution Teaches Us About Creativity by Andreas Wagner from Basic Books (Jun 15).

Genome Chaos: Rethinking Genetics, Evolution, and Molecular Medicine by Henry H. Heng from Academic Press (Jun 7).

The Ecology and Evolution of Heliconius Butterflies by Chris D. Jiggins from Oxford University Press (Jun 3).

Multilevel Selection and the Theory of Evolution: Historical and Conceptual Issues ed. by Ciprian Jeler from Palgrave Pivot (May 24).


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