0000-0002-8715-2896Source: Vampire Giraffe Deer Beasts: redditscience AMA On October 19, paleontologist Israel Sánchez will be taking part in a PLOS-sponsored redditscience AMA for his recent PLOS ONE paper on the ancient mammal Xenokeryx amidalae (which also
by Steven Burgess I was stunned when I entered the hospice room. A shriveled, elderly woman sat in the corner, her tiny frame emphasized by the oversize chair that held her. It was hard to
Microsoft Tools for Academics: An interview with Alex Wade Posted February 16, 2016 by Jen Laloup in Podcast post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Academics increasingly use web scale Internet searches to discover new research. In
It’s November, a month to ruminate on all of the things we are thankful for while we ruminate copious amounts of food (at least in the United States). I’ve been contemplating all of the things
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I tend to think of fish brains as fairly unremarkable. Too simple relative to mammal brains, too un-dinosaur-y relative to dinosaur brains. Shark and perch brains get a brief nod in many comparative anatomy classes, but mostly to lament how … Continue reading
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