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World Wide a t e r makes waves everywhere lubricates the web of life in googleplex numbers yet ubiquitous to our widest eyes so that water is just granted we wash away our waste waste away our window on this … Continue reading

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D is for Dinosaurs, who weren’t terrible lizards     but reptilian, back on our ancient planet     and scared to death, rightly so, of a comet. Endearing to children, both young and old,     pushed by palaeontologists and curio hunters digging,     their popularity … Continue reading

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Living Synthetic Genome

Rooting around in Google news netted me with an amazing news item from The Guardian that astounded me. J. Craig Venter, Hamilton Smith and Clyde Hutchison along with others at the J. Craig Venter Institute have created a genetic sequence … Continue reading

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Making Cellular Biology real with BioVision

Found mention of an incredible site last night while cruising the web. It was through a Ted.com video on David Bolinsky (which I recommend). You will, I think, get more of it if you can watch the ABC news cast … Continue reading

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Biotype Interview, Dec. 1990

Interview with Professor Kraft von Maltzahn Isobel Pearsall, the world renowned investigative reporter of The London and Tokyo Times, provided us with this interview on December 10, 1990. IP Where were you brought up? KvM I was born and raised … Continue reading

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Biotype Editorial, Dec. 1990

Soapbox Warning! Raving Editorial Warning! Stay Clear! Have you heard the latest? African elephants are being culled in Zimbabwe Nature Reserves by Park Wardens because of their population increases. Elephants are just too numerous for their own good. Or so … Continue reading

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