One of my sewing goals for 2016 was to use up my fabric stash AND finally create some lovely things with the boxes of vintage patterns I’ve been hoarding. 176 more words
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Nancy Peluso on Maids and other Mobile Subjects: Remaking Forests and Agrarian Environments in Indonesia
by Nancy Peluso*
Reflections on the everyday dimensions of landscape production, agrarian transformation and the movement of capital that take place through the migrations and mobilities of landless women from the mountains of East Java. 1,687 more words
How Mouse Embryos Showed Scientists Reproduction Is Possible In Space
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Chinese scientists have grown mouse embryos in space for the first time, showing that critical steps in reproduction are possible in outer space.
Come to our last meeting of the semester this Thursday, April 28th at 6 pm in Life Sciences 310. There will be pizza AND COOKIES this week to celebrate the end of the semester! 205 more words
Why Most Animals Don’t Have Periods
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Periods are a necessary part of human reproduction, but most other animals don’t have them. If they don’t need them, why do we?
The critical role played by copepods in ocean ecology and biogeochemistry warrants an understanding of how these animals may respond to ocean acidification (OA). Whilst an appreciation of the potential direct effects of OA, due to elevated pCO2, on copepods is improving, little is known about the indirect impacts acting via bottom-up (food quality) effects. 212 more words