Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Other Side

Where The Grass Is Always Greener

Javan Rhinoceros

Javan Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus)Image from Wikimedia Commons The Javan rhinoceros, also known as the Lesser One-Horned Rhino, is a mammal indigenous to Ujung Kulon peninsula, Western Java, Indonesia. It is an endangered species with thirty to forty left in the … Keep Reading

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There are lots of topics in biology that I have an interest on. This is because there are lots of things in biology that are very interesting. But the most fascinating one for me would be HIV and Aids. This … Keep Reading

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Infectious Diseases

I believe that society is up for more struggles as more infectious diseases come into our world. Although many scientists and researchers believe that we have enough technology and vaccines that can help people cure or prevent diseases, there is … Keep Reading

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Humpback Whale

Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)Image from Wikimedia Commons The Humpback whale is one of the most majestic animals in the sea and the Humpback whale is one of the largest whales known to man. It came to be known as the … Keep Reading

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The topic that I am researching is about a new study shows that dogs have areas in their brains dedicated to voice recognition, just like humans. Dogs are also sensitive to “acoustic cues of emotion”, According to a study in … Keep Reading

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The tiger (also known as Panthera tigris) is the most well-known jungle cat in the world. Besides being the most famous cat around, the tiger is the largest cat species. Its body length can reach up to about 3.3 meters … Keep Reading

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The topic I have chosen for my blog is symbiosis, its intriguing how two separate organisms can become intertwined and then inseparable to give both a foreseeable pay off of each other’s needs. I found that it is odd how … Keep Reading

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Genome Editing Goes Hi-Fi

A minor change in the genome of a human being can separate the healthy to the diseased. Scientists have studied mutations for a long time, but now, scientists at Gladstone Institutes led by Bruce Conklin, MD, have found a way … Keep Reading

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Races look alike not necessarily because of one’s disability to differentiate races, but because of the way in which they influence themselves in being judgmental and seeing things in a racist perspective whether they wanted to or not. With many … Keep Reading

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