Posts tagged with "Developmental Biology"
In today’s world of alternative facts and attenuating funding of research, scientists need to communicate with the public as we never have before. Joining the ranks of a burgeoning number of professional scientists turned professional writers, Liam Drew, a practicing neuroscientist for 12 years, has put down his microfuge tubes and taken up the charge.
On 21 August, North America will experience its first total solar eclipse in decades. Precise maps and times for the event are readily available, detailed down to the second and meter. The nationwide anticipation of this phenomenon is testament to our precise understanding of the necessary celestial mechanics to so perfectly predict this event. More…