Life Sciences

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Life Sciences

Insights from the 2016 American Association of Immunologists

This year, the Immunology 2016 conference was hosted in the beautiful city of Seattle, Washington.  The science presented... Read more

Life Sciences

How People Can Live Next to Lions Without Killing Them – New Study

There is a sense of haunting to the roar of a lion veiled in darkness. The emphatic “ooooaa!”... Read more

Life Sciences

Natural Selection Sculpts Genetic Information to Limit Diversity

A study of butterflies suggests that when a species adapts, other parts of its genetic make-up  can be... Read more

Life Sciences

Will the End of Breeding Orcas at SeaWorld Change Much for Animals in Captivity?

When SeaWorld announced it would stop breeding orcas and begin to phase out “theatrical performances” using the animals,... Read more

Life Sciences

Ahead of Its Time: Doctor Who’s 56 Inspiring Female Scientists

The issue of gender equity in science has received a lot of attention recently. Governments are throwing money... Read more

Life Sciences

Dr. Frederick Kibenge Publishes First Book: Aquaculture Virology

Dr. Frederick Kibenge, Chair of the Department of Pathology and Microbiology at AVC, has published his first book,... Read more

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Novel Borrelia Species Shed New Light on Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne illness in the world. It is a tick-borne illness that afflicts... Read more

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Does Social Media Help the Goverment-Citizen Relationship? Depends Who You Ask

Depending where you live, maybe you follow your local transportation department on Twitter for construction updates. Or maybe... Read more

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