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Lance Winslow

Would a Human Brain Grow In a Square If It Were Grown in a Box - I

Can we grow add on brains, or configure a human brain in a different space? I believe so. I'd like to discuss this with you for moment, from a philosophical and...

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Cesar Martin

Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy

What are some of the Most Common Operations that Gynecologists Perform? There are several types of procedures and surgeries that a gynecologist can perform to...

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Lance Winslow

It seems that we have been able to decipher the DNA of a woolly mammoth which has been extinct for over 25,000 years or some say 12,000, while others 40,000. Whatever the time frame, that's pretty

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012
Lance Winslow

Well, the human brain is an incredible organic device. It is amazing what it can do on very little energy. Your laptop at home may use as much as 9 Amps, and if you were to convert that to calories

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012
Lance Winslow

The other day, there was a very interesting medical video about how the human brain grows and forms, how the cells divide, and how it becomes what it is, capable of doing the miraculous things it

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 06, 2012
Cesar Martin

What are some of the Most Common Operations that Gynecologists Perform? There are several types of procedures and surgeries that a gynecologist can perform to correct and treat disorders pertaining

By: Cesar Martin l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 05, 2012
Clariss A.

Sea hares are marine species which greatly resembles with that of a sea slug. This species usually crawls and swims across a coral reef. When attacked or disturbed, they squirt a copious protective

By: Clariss A. l Reference & Education > Biology l May 27, 2012

Read this article if you want to learn techniques to find study resources that "click" best with you. The premise is that not all study resources are created equal and by finding ones that resonate

By: Michael Anatomy l Reference & Education > Biology l May 23, 2012
Lance Winslow

There are all sorts of theories as to why the dinosaurs died out, or evolved into smaller life-forms, some like myself believe the remnants of those species can be seen today in our birds, rodents,

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l May 14, 2012
Bryan Fischer

Want to get your hands on some owl pellets for dissecting? There are over a dozen companies who sell them fairly cheap over the Internet, but if you live in or around the right areas, you might be

By: Bryan Fischer l Reference & Education > Biology l May 05, 2012

The article goes over the different DNA recombination methods in which bacteria can survive and express genetic variety in a population. It also covers general information on bacteria.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l May 02, 2012

ANEMIA: Anemia is defined as a below normal plasma hemoglobin concentration resulting from a decreased number of circulating red blood cells or an abnormally low total hemoglobin content per unit of

By: Naila Farooq l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 30, 2012
Dhiman Gain

Dolphins are like mammals. They respire through their nostrils. They give birth to new babies and rear them until grownup. Their food items include small fishes, crustaceans, water insects etc. A

By: Dhiman Gain l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 27, 2012
Tibor Rozsahegyi

One of the earliest examples of sophisticated sculpture in sub-Saharan Africa came from the Nok culture, an Iron Age civilization. The culture appeared around 1000 B.C. and mysteriously vanished

By: Tibor Rozsahegyi l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 15, 2012

The article addresses what mutations are, how they come about, and their purpose. It also mentions different types of mutations and their effects.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 11, 2012
Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee

The newly formed state Jharkhand is rich in biodiversity because of its diverse physiographic and climatic conditions. The state conform tropical dry deciduous, moist deciduous, dry peninsular and

By: Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 06, 2012
Lance Winslow

Can we grow add on brains, or configure a human brain in a different space? I believe so. I'd like to discuss this with you for moment, from a philosophical and theoretical biology stand point.

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 29, 2012
Owen Frost

A full-time job within dermatology may give the opportunities that help make for a highly desirable and profitable opportunity. The standards of a dermatologist on a day by day basis have proven to

By: Owen Frost l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 29, 2012
Drew Briney

We tend to admire butterfly wings for their captivating beauty. Our negligence in overlooking other fascinating facts about these wings is therefore quite excusable...but wouldn't you like to know

By: Drew Briney l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 19, 2012
Lance Winslow

As someone who runs a think tank which happens to operate online, I put a lot of thought into the category of thinking itself. What is it for instance which allows some people to be more creative

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 13, 2012

Proteins are the molecules behind every dynamic process of life and are extremely complex. This is a brief overview of proteins and their most important role as enzymes in chemical reactions.

By: Luke T Liu l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 12, 2012

This article is about the process of gene expression. It would be particularly helpful for high school AP Biology students who want to brush up on this very important concept.

By: Luke T Liu l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 11, 2012
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Lance Winslow

It seems that we have been able to decipher the DNA of a woolly mammoth which has been extinct for over 25,000 years or some say 12,000, while others 40,000. Whatever the time frame, that's pretty

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 97 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Well, the human brain is an incredible organic device. It is amazing what it can do on very little energy. Your laptop at home may use as much as 9 Amps, and if you were to convert that to calories

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 90 lComments: 0
Cesar Martin

What are some of the Most Common Operations that Gynecologists Perform? There are several types of procedures and surgeries that a gynecologist can perform to correct and treat disorders pertaining

By: Cesar Martin l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee

The newly formed state Jharkhand is rich in biodiversity because of its diverse physiographic and climatic conditions. The state conform tropical dry deciduous, moist deciduous, dry peninsular and

By: Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 06, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

There are all sorts of theories as to why the dinosaurs died out, or evolved into smaller life-forms, some like myself believe the remnants of those species can be seen today in our birds, rodents,

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l May 14, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

Read this article if you want to learn techniques to find study resources that "click" best with you. The premise is that not all study resources are created equal and by finding ones that resonate

By: Michael Anatomy l Reference & Education > Biology l May 23, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

Proteins are the molecules behind every dynamic process of life and are extremely complex. This is a brief overview of proteins and their most important role as enzymes in chemical reactions.

By: Luke T Liu l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 12, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The other day, there was a very interesting medical video about how the human brain grows and forms, how the cells divide, and how it becomes what it is, capable of doing the miraculous things it

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Dhiman Gain

Dolphins are like mammals. They respire through their nostrils. They give birth to new babies and rear them until grownup. Their food items include small fishes, crustaceans, water insects etc. A

By: Dhiman Gain l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 27, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

  All around us is a little molecule that is found in the air, makes up all the rivers, lakes, and streams, and is more important to life than any other. This little guy is a simple combination of

By: Paul Claybrook l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Clariss A.

Sea hares are marine species which greatly resembles with that of a sea slug. This species usually crawls and swims across a coral reef. When attacked or disturbed, they squirt a copious protective

By: Clariss A. l Reference & Education > Biology l May 27, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Bryan Fischer

Want to get your hands on some owl pellets for dissecting? There are over a dozen companies who sell them fairly cheap over the Internet, but if you live in or around the right areas, you might be

By: Bryan Fischer l Reference & Education > Biology l May 05, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

As someone who runs a think tank which happens to operate online, I put a lot of thought into the category of thinking itself. What is it for instance which allows some people to be more creative

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 13, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The other day, I was talking to a fellow intellectual thinker on the topic of biology. Whereas they were busy in school studying from their textbook all the required reading, which is all well and

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Is it possible that long-term exposure to electromagnetic fields could eventually change your brain waves, therefore changing the way you think, how you process information, and what sort of chemical

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Drew Briney

We tend to admire butterfly wings for their captivating beauty. Our negligence in overlooking other fascinating facts about these wings is therefore quite excusable...but wouldn't you like to know

By: Drew Briney l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 19, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

ANEMIA: Anemia is defined as a below normal plasma hemoglobin concentration resulting from a decreased number of circulating red blood cells or an abnormally low total hemoglobin content per unit of

By: Naila Farooq l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 30, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

The article goes over the different DNA recombination methods in which bacteria can survive and express genetic variety in a population. It also covers general information on bacteria.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l May 02, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

This article goes over mitosis and meiosis in depth and hopes to clear some of the confusion that is commonly associated with both processes. All of the processes and products are also elaborated on.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 03, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Tibor Rozsahegyi

One of the earliest examples of sophisticated sculpture in sub-Saharan Africa came from the Nok culture, an Iron Age civilization. The culture appeared around 1000 B.C. and mysteriously vanished

By: Tibor Rozsahegyi l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 15, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
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Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee

The newly formed state Jharkhand is rich in biodiversity because of its diverse physiographic and climatic conditions. The state conform tropical dry deciduous, moist deciduous, dry peninsular and

By: Ranjeeta Bhattacharjee l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 06, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Can we grow add on brains, or configure a human brain in a different space? I believe so. I'd like to discuss this with you for moment, from a philosophical and theoretical biology stand point.

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 29, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

As someone who runs a think tank which happens to operate online, I put a lot of thought into the category of thinking itself. What is it for instance which allows some people to be more creative

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 13, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The other day, there was a very interesting medical video about how the human brain grows and forms, how the cells divide, and how it becomes what it is, capable of doing the miraculous things it

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

There are all sorts of theories as to why the dinosaurs died out, or evolved into smaller life-forms, some like myself believe the remnants of those species can be seen today in our birds, rodents,

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l May 14, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

You may not know this, but human blood causes degradation of carbon structures. You shouldn't be too surprised about this because the human body is partly made of carbon, so obviously the species has

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 09, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It seems that we have been able to decipher the DNA of a woolly mammoth which has been extinct for over 25,000 years or some say 12,000, while others 40,000. Whatever the time frame, that's pretty

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 97 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Well, the human brain is an incredible organic device. It is amazing what it can do on very little energy. Your laptop at home may use as much as 9 Amps, and if you were to convert that to calories

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 90 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Is it possible that long-term exposure to electromagnetic fields could eventually change your brain waves, therefore changing the way you think, how you process information, and what sort of chemical

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

If I were to say to you that one day the hackers will hack your mind, you would probably think I was crazy, or some sort of a science fiction nut. Well, I do write a little bit of science fiction,

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

A few months ago, someone told me that we knew less about the human brain than the dark side of the moon. In fact, he was quoting an intellectual psychologist of a past period. However true that was

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Sometimes natural disasters remind us of just how fragile human beings really are, and then afterwards we realize how resilient humans can be, as we find inspiration to rebuild and not give up - it's

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The other day, I was talking to a fellow intellectual thinker on the topic of biology. Whereas they were busy in school studying from their textbook all the required reading, which is all well and

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Biology l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

  All around us is a little molecule that is found in the air, makes up all the rivers, lakes, and streams, and is more important to life than any other. This little guy is a simple combination of

By: Paul Claybrook l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Proteins are the molecules behind every dynamic process of life and are extremely complex. This is a brief overview of proteins and their most important role as enzymes in chemical reactions.

By: Luke T Liu l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 12, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

This article is about the process of gene expression. It would be particularly helpful for high school AP Biology students who want to brush up on this very important concept.

By: Luke T Liu l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 11, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Tibor Rozsahegyi

One of the earliest examples of sophisticated sculpture in sub-Saharan Africa came from the Nok culture, an Iron Age civilization. The culture appeared around 1000 B.C. and mysteriously vanished

By: Tibor Rozsahegyi l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 15, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

The article addresses what mutations are, how they come about, and their purpose. It also mentions different types of mutations and their effects.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

The article goes over the different DNA recombination methods in which bacteria can survive and express genetic variety in a population. It also covers general information on bacteria.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l May 02, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

This article goes over mitosis and meiosis in depth and hopes to clear some of the confusion that is commonly associated with both processes. All of the processes and products are also elaborated on.

By: Salvador Barajas l Reference & Education > Biology l Mar 03, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
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