By: Craig Hawkins
It is a favorite argument of Young Earth Creationists in attacking the Theory ofEvolution to pronounce - "Charles Darwin renounced his theory on his death bed"...Even if it were true that Darwin renounced his theory (there is no evidence thathe did), what of it...
By: Dr. Bryan Katz
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, henceforth abbreviated PAGE, is an essentialtool in protein separation, esp. for a technique known as Western Blot, whichwill be discussed shortly. Similar to agarose gel electrophoresis, the basis ofprotein separation in PAGE is size - larger proteins move through a gel...
By: Carmen Lucia
Hope For the Future:Amid Concerns Over Security, Biobanks Are Valuable Resources In the Search For Cures With the advancement of research on the human genome in recent years, it isn't surprising that people would like to use the newfound gene sequence to help others by...
By: Alwin Templar
The development of the microscope, along with myriad other inventions, was a direct consequence of mankind's innate curiosity. We humans have always been fascinated by the world around us. First we looked up and set our gaze upon the sun, moon and stars. We then...
By: Dai Bannen
Evolution of H2O Conservation Methods in "Equisetum"Introduction: From as far back as the Devonian, fossil predecessors of Equisetum have shown progressive methods of water conservation. Presumed to have originated during a fairly wet period of Earth's history, the repetitive cycling of moist and dry conditions...
By: Darian Peters
The ability to extend our natural visual range to include observation of the very small was quite a late arrival as fundamental inventions go. It was not until around 1595 in Middelberg, Holland, that the first compound microscope, which made use of two lenses, was...
By: Craig Hawkins
The question is too simplistic. A better question would be... To what degree are human beings part of nature?What does appear to be true, is that human beings are more and more being disconnecting from nature, ever since they first made fire and every...
By: J. D. Mahieu
In Greek mythology the Chimera was a creature composed of three animals, head of a goat, body of a lion, and the tail of a serpent. The beast was supposedly slain by the warrior Bellerophon. Many of us may already be familiar with this story...
By: Nouri Arif
Agent Smith was a representative of the Architect and as such he had a very poor take on the human beings, which is to be expected. However, Agent Smith clearly did spend some time working out his theory that humans are a virus all...
By: Swetha B
"Microbiology" is the study of microorganisms. "Micro" means very small and "Biology" means study of living things. It is one of the fastest growing areas of science which deals with the study of these small organisms which cannot be viewed by the naked eye and...

 

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