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Laboratory Incubators House Genetic Variability Study
One of the anticipated (and feared) consequences of rapid anthropogenic climate change is the reduction in biodiversity. The essential problem is that the pace of climate change can outrun the rate at which species can adapt to the new environmental conditions. The first step in understanding the dynamics is learning how genetic diversity within a
Earthworms are Ideal Subjects for Introductory Neuroscience Labs
Science is observational. That doesn’t mean theory isn’t important, it simply means that the most beautiful theory in the world means nothing if it’s not supported by experimental evidence. So students in every branch of science should be comfortable with the experimental foundation of their field. That’s a problem for beginning neuroscience students, because even
First Thought for Temperature Control: The Laboratory Incubator
A group of students at the University of Michigan was tasked with evaluating the optimum conditions for anaerobic digestion of biomass for production of methane. Their requirements are quite succinct: “For this research, labs need to have the capability of mixing gases in reactor bottles containing microbial communities and running short anaerobic batch experiments in
The Personal Side of Blood Donation
At first I thought this video was a rather transparent and not very clever attempt to encourage people to help fill blood bank refrigerators: bring in a supermodel to tell people how important blood donation is. Well, there’s a lot more to this story. The supermodel in question is Niki Taylor and the people she
Improving the Standard of Environmental Testing in Egypt
The Egyptian High Institute of Public Health wants to keep an eye on the effluents flowing into Lake Mariout. It’s a lake that receives both agricultural and industrial wastes and also gets inflow from a nominally freshwater canal — a canal that’s salty and polluted by the time it enters the Lake. To get a