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Matter: Tales of African-American History Found in DNA

Geneticists have studied clues in the DNA of African-Americans about the history of slavery and the Great Migration.

From the NYTimes News-2016-5-27:20:6:1

DNA 'tape recorder' to trace cell history

Researchers invent a DNA "tape recorder" that can trace the family history of every cell in a body.

From the BBC News-2016-5-27:8:5:1

Trilobites: Frogs That Escaped Extinction

Robin Moore takes photos he hopes will highlight the plight of amphibian species worldwide, 40 percent of which are threatened.

From the NYTimes News-2016-5-26:20:6:1

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Theory-Based Ecology: A Darwinian approach by L.Pasztor from Oxford Univ Press (May 25).

Quantitative Ecology and Evolutionary Biology by O. Ovaskainen from Oxford Univ Press (May 25).

The Inner Workings of Life: Vignettes in Systems Biology by E.Voit from Cambridge Univ Press (May 24).

Summer Internships for undergrads at Dupont, Wilmington DE. (May 6).

Genomics Scientist job at Monsanto with a focus on quantitative genetics. (May 6).

Evolutionary Bioinformatics (3rd Ed) by D.Forsdyke is available from Springer. (May 3).

Job opening at Monsanto, California for Vegetable Genomics. (Apr 25).

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May 25 20:00Networks of highly branched stigmarian rootlets developed on the first giant trees - Alexander J. Hetherington, Christopher M. Berry, Liam Dolan (PNAS)

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