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Prompt: Epitome

This illustration of Epitome, a database of structurally inferred antigenic epitopes in proteins, i.e., known antigenic residues and the antibodies that interact with them, including a detailed description of… 234 more words

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Top New Species for 2016, and a Perching Robot!  Today,...

Top New Species for 2016, and a Perching Robot! 

Today, we’re recapping some of the International Institute for Species Exploration’s Top 10 New Species of 2016, and talking about some tiny flying robots that can stick to things using electricity!

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Opioid Addiction and Treatment  Treatment - The best way to deal...

Opioid Addiction and Treatment 

Treatment – The best way to deal with opioid addiction is to prevent it, but for a huge and growing number of Americans, it’s too late for that.

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My Life This May: In Which I Finish My First Year of College,Win a Free Book, and Climb Over Rocks in Search of Seaweed

Hello, and welcome to today’s (celebratory) “My Life This Month” post! I am going to deal with the things in the title in chronological order, so finishing my first year of college will have to wait a couple paragraphs, but that is mostly what I’m celebrating this month. 731 more words

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Egg Collection - Week 5

Wil Wegman
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Resource Management Technician
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Aurora District- 905-713-7730

May 20, 2016

Week Five Update:

Hi Everyone,

A very rainy day one began early Saturday May 14, when MNRF staff Kate, Brent and Wil checked the nets to fish the by-catch. 989 more words

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Median Nerve  Anatomy of the median nerve. This video is a...

Median Nerve 

Anatomy of the median nerve. This video is a collaboration between AnatomyZone and TeachMeAnatomy. For more information/material on this topic check out the article at…

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Don't blame Biology for ageing, instead blame Physics

Ageing has always been referred as a biology problem. However, researchers found that some of the physics phenomena contribute to ageing. In our body, protein molecules move around to metabolise food,  deal with waste material and repair DNA. 163 more words

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