In the Scientific Press

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In this page we will bring to your attention interesting and new scientific findings being discussed the scientific press. There are several research areas we will cover such as the Environment and Earth sciences, Genetics, Physiology, Evolution, Neurosciences, and other significant scientific fields. Since the volume of scientific papers published every week is overwhelming, we will periodically report on the more salient and important research data. We are mindful that some of these concepts and new trends will be discussed in class and perhaps use the primary data for curriculum writing.


News from the owlet March 3, 2016Education: Is repeated studying-testing helpful for long-term learning? Ecology & Evolution: the origin of endothermy and Medicine: A revised ...
News from the scientific press February 2, 2016Social challenges and their effect on cognition, Evolution of locomotion, Medicine and infection by Trypanosomes, Ecological importance of protist in ...
Hot from the scientific press December 23, 2015Evolution of the Eukaryotes, Cell Biology of the 3D nuclear topology, Climate change effects on Freshwater fish, Medicine and Pertussis
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press November 8, 2015Epigenetics, Metabolism, and Neurobiology and cognition
Interesting issues in the scientific press October 6, 2015Education, neurobiology and cognition, plant biology.
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press September 2, 2015Microbiology, Stem cell Biology, Ecology, Medicine
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press July 31, 2015Earth history, Cancer Microenvironmemt, Microbiome, Neurobiology
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press June 28, 2015Cancer, Evolution, Infectious Diseases, NeuroBiology
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press May 29, 2015Ecology and Behavior, Neurobiology, Evolution, and Gene Therapy
Interesting issues being discussed in the scientific press April 29, 2015Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Cognitive Development, and the Microbiome