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Design of the Ancestry project. Part I

An important advancement in possessing the sequence of the human genome is the amount of valuable information we can extract from it. We now have enough knowledge to know that a single DNA base at a specific location might affect the probability of developing a disease or might help pinning down the geographical origin of our ancestors. 462 more words


Testing Post

Checking the response from this action. Also determining how to add image galleries to both posts and – more importantly – pages. I don’t intend to become a blogger, thus I’m trying to determine how to minimize the posts.

Experimental Design

Can We Save (More) Babies?

800 cities and towns have adopted a home visiting program for young mothers in an ambitious effort to reduce infant mortality in the U.S.  Although home visiting programs have been used for more than a century, their popularity increased dramatically due to the results of an ambitious program of evaluation research. 144 more words

Chapter 12

María Mallo y sus sistemas radiolarios

María Mallo es una arquitecta con mucha energía, y eso lo demuestra en todos sus proyectos de investigación.

Un día, se topó con el libro  143 more words

Experimental Design

Study Design: Part I

    How hypotheses and experimental design rely on theory

Originally, I was just going to write one post on the logic underlying studies in the sciences. By that I mean the ways in which scientists determine how to set-up experiments such that the results can actually tell them something about the phenomenon under investigation. 1,516 more words

Research Methods

Detailed Requirements concerning the DOE in the Regulatory Submission Dossier: EMA's and FDA's Recommendations

The EMA has published together with the FDA a new question & answer (Q&A) paper at the end of 2014. This document answers questions on detailed requirements in connection with the documents concerning regulatory submissions. 1,018 more words