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Friday mystery object #246

Last weekend I had a fantastic visit to Paris and my wonderful wife gave me the best Valentines Day gift in the world, by taking me to the spectacular  86 more words

Friday Mystery Object

The tangential treasure trove hidden in one peer-reviewed research article

I mentioned in my last post that I am only working 20 hours/week. So, what am I *doing* for those 20 fabulous hours? Reading research articles! 1,004 more words


Sir Richard Owen: The man who wasn't there

  Yesterday, upon the stair,
I met a man who wasn’t there.
He wasn’t there again today,
I wish, I wish he’d go away…

- from Antigonish by Hugh Mearns… 1,554 more words

The Science of Paris

My fiancé and I have been in France since August 30th, enjoying a combination of early honeymoon and a Brain Disorders conference. This post, rather than offering anything innovative and particularly wordy, is a bit of a photographic walk through some of Parisian science, especially that of post-revolutionary Paris. 802 more words

The Age of Luck

This afternoon in my Comparative Anatomy class, my lab partner and I were struggling in dissecting and locating the muscles of our cat.

The other day, we were successful in identifying superficial chest muscles, like the Pectoralis Major, the Pectoralis Minor and all the other muscles in the shoulder and chest area. 911 more words


Seven years ago

I am halfway done with my Comparative Anatomy class and aside from having a couple of sleepless nights, my first exams are done and I have 5 days to prepare for the second one. 430 more words


Game of Tetrapods

We have a group report tomorrow and I had this idea of having a Game of Thrones format because the topic is Tetrapods (meaning four limbed creatures) and man do these guys have a long line of lineage. 127 more words

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