Monthly Archives: November 2019
Appearing on many movie scenes, news headlines, and mass media platforms, cloning technology has been a relevant subject to the society ever since it was introduced to mankind in 1938. Cloning brought different perspectives regarding science and inaugurated revolutionary conceptions … Keep Reading
As you are lying in bed with a high fever and body aches from the flu just imagine that a simple change in diet could have prevented you from getting sick in the first place. This diet is called the … Keep Reading
Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)Image from Wikimedia Commons Read more about the life and times of the turkey here.
In the past century, many psychedelic compounds have been prohibited & more strongly monitored by major world powers. In the latter half of the twentieth in the United States, for example, the war on drugs began culminating with the Controlled … Keep Reading
What lies at the crossroads of Biology and Psychology? Definitely more than a 4-way stop. Let’s explore the broad field of brain sciences through a choose-your-own-adventure carnival of fascinating information. https://crusadernews.com/15753/lifestyles/sc-life/introverts-is-it-environmental-or-biological/ Introversion is biological according to psychology professor Katy Redd. … Keep Reading
Drawing of Callobatrachus (Callobatrachus sanyanensis)Image from Wikimedia Commons This extinct species is important because, according to the scientists who discovered this fossil specimen, Callobatrachus “is a linkage between aquatic and terrestrial life forms, representing a great success in evolution.”
A study, originally published in the journal Nature and led by the University of Sheffield and discussed in the article linked below, reports the discovery of the intricate structure of cytochrome b6f. Cytochrome b6f is the protein complex that greatly … Keep Reading
There are many different ways to measure age among organisms, the most common of which are birthdays, which measure chronological age. However, another type of age, called biological age, is much more important to study within the scientific community because … Keep Reading
Chicken (Gallus gallus)Image from Wikimedia Commons Read more about this question here.