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Archives for October, 2006

Heat and Flow

Panta Rei #4 is up on Down To Earth

NC blogging of the week

The Tar Heel Tavern has a new host this week – Dr.R of Evolving Education has just posted the 88th edition. Go there, say Hi, and check out the best North Carolina blogging of the week.

Medical Imaging of the Week

Radiology Grand Rounds #5 are now up on Sumer’s Radiology Site.

Godlessness of the week

Carnival of the Godless #52 is up on Skeptic Rant. Check the invisible links.

SBC – NC’07

Connie Childrey is coming to the 2007 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference. Are you? Technorati Tag: sciencebloggingconference

My picks from ScienceDaily

Insights Into Honey Bee Sex Gene Could Bring Sweet Success In Breeding: What makes a bee a he or a she? Three years ago, scientists pinpointed a gene called csd that determines gender in honey bees, and now a research team led by University of Michigan evolutionary biologist Jianzhi “George” Zhang has unraveled details of…

The science of polling

Zeno has posted a nice, easy-to-understand primer on statistics and polling.

SBC – NC’07

Dave Johnson is coming to the 2007 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference. Are you? Technorati Tag: sciencebloggingconference

Kefli

Kefli was my second horse, back in Yugoslavia. I raised him from foal until he was almost 3 years old. I sold him a few days before I left for he US. I just got a picture of him, from a few years later:

Teaching Biology Lab

Tomorrow morning I am starting to teach again. Only the lab this time around, my colleague is teaching the lecture. And it is going to look pretty much the same as last couple of times I did it: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4