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Shoo fly…no wait, come back!
May 13, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

I recently had the good fortune to find myself chatting with our Curator of Anthropology, Dirk Van Tuerenhout, about everything from the baby woolly mammoth mummy to why flies are used in genetic research. The latter of these two really got me off on an overly-excited tangent as genetics is the subject in which I hold […]

Science Doesn’t Sleep (6.25.08)
June 25, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Mmmmm…anti-inflammatories. photo credit: jslander So here’s what went down after you logged off. Sprained ankle? Eat two slices and call me in the morning. Researchers at the University of Bonn claim that the spice oregano – commonly found in pizza – can reduce inflammation. Siberian mummies are revealing fascinting insights into a culture that warred […]



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