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- Classical High biology teacher takes road less traveled
LYNN — Dave Winchester has taken a career in biology and trisected it to reveal an aquarist, a teacher and a teacher of teachers.
- Synthetic Biology Could Speed Flu Vaccine Production
Advanced genetic engineering is already changing vaccine development and could make inroads into other branches of medicine. Synthetic biology is breathing new life into the old-fashioned world of vaccine production, raising hopes that manufacturers could release vaccines much more quickly when outbreaks occur.
- UW-L biology department earns top honors
The biology department at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse will receive the state college system’s highest honor for faculty and academic staff, according to a release today from UW System.
- Biology scholars thank Birgeneau, Breslauer
More than 50 students and 30 alumni of Berkeley's Biology Scholars Program gathered recently in the Durant Hall atrium to thank Chancellor Robert Birgeneau and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost George Breslauer for their support.
- Biology majors study in Costa Rica
FOREST CITY — Several Waldorf College biology majors will take part in a trip to Costa Rica this May to do field research and explore unusual ecosystems.
- Biology student brings healing to broken places
Nathan Stefani is one of Vancouver Island University’s star students. Recently named Most Outstanding Student by VIU’s biology department, Stefani will walk across the Port Theatre stage on June 4 to obtain his bachelor of science degree (major in biology, minor in chemistry).
- 'Seeking the Unknown,' antique biology at The Historic New Orleans Collection
The flowers, fish, weeds, birds, bugs and beasts hadn't yet been completely captured and cataloged.
- Today’s Scuttlebot: Apple’s Tax Plan and Virtual Biology
The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Friday, selections include the costs and benefits of people logging into Web sites with Twitter or Facebook, Tim Cook's proposal for encouraging companies (like Apple) to bring foreign profits home to the United States and a fantasy Google Island.
- TAMIU biology professor, students to join summer research program
Assistant biology professor Dr. Keri N. Norman and two of her students at Texas A&M International University, María Martínez and Raúl Ramos, will take part of a 10-week summer research program.
- Shooter Now: Gophers athletes earn Big Ten postgrad scholarships
Gophers outfielder Troy Larson has a 3.95 grade-point average majoring in genetics-cell biology and biochemistry while hitting .293. He has been accepted into medical school and is the male recipient of a $7,500 Big Ten Conference postgraduate scholarship.