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A Life In Health: in conversation with Dame Sally...

A Life In Health: in conversation with Dame Sally Davies 

Professor Dame Sally Davies FRS talked to Vivienne Parry about her career-long commitment to improving health, healthcare and medical research.

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Biology: Cookie Group Week of May 2, 2016

Quiz on Transcription and Translation this Thursday, May 5.  We will be practicing this week during class.

7-12th Grade

Nursing program update: will I continue?

I know it’s been a while since I have posted anything, but I have been very busy with my schoolwork and lack of social life. In case anybody was wondering (which they probably weren’t) I still haven’t made any new friends but that sob story is better saved for a different post. 508 more words

In Between - Wilderness Sessions  In a remote corner of the...

In Between – Wilderness Sessions 

In a remote corner of the world a living relic from a prehistoric age still exists. A magnificent creature that once roamed northern plains alongside mammoths and sabertooth cats, enduring where others vanished.

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Book Review: The Confidence Game by Maria Konnikova

In 2008, my then husband and I went to New York for a holiday. On our second day there, we were conned. It was a simple ruse: a guy came up to us on the street, offering to sell us a copy of… 522 more words

Biology

Bad News for European Vultures

Vultures are very important members of many ecosystems in the world as members of a waste-management team, but their role as carrion-feeders is putting them at risk, and has been since the California Condor was endangered in the US (though… 549 more words

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Are Cyborg Rats the Key to ‘Curing’ Paralysis?  Contrary...

Are Cyborg Rats the Key to ‘Curing’ Paralysis? 

Contrary to popular belief, rats are not responsible for the spread of the black plague. Maybe… rats are cool.

By: Animalogic.