School might (almost!) be out for the summer, but research, innovation, and discovery are always in session. So before you head out to a Memorial Day barbecue, brush up on this week’s “Science Times” synthesis and learn about video games, leeches, neural circuits, and more! (more…) Read more
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This Sunday will be devoted to celebrating mothers, and this week’s “Science Times” synthesis is your mother lode of new research on the decreasing height of women in resource poor countries, the impact of exercise, and the function of the placenta. Share your knowledge, and Mom will surely be impressed.
Week of April 26
Roar. Croak. Meow. What’s that sound? Animals! With the 2011 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Conference right around the corner, the stars have aligned. Not only was the March 15 edition of the New York Times’ “Science Times” devoted to our animal friends, the issue also mentioned the research of 2011 IACUC Conference keynoter, Hal Herzog. So read on, get the conversation started, and prepare for a roaring good time as we celebrate animal care and use in Chicago. And, not to worry human subjects researchers, there’s a little something tucked in here for you too!
Week of March 15, 2011
Wondering what’s the latest in the synthesis of silk? Curious about the healing capacity of newborn mammals’ hearts? Read to explore these and other topics in this week’s edition of the “Science Times” synthesis. We invite you to weigh in on this week's news stories by commenting.
March 1, 2011
Newborn mice’s hearts can heal [...] Read more
This week’s edition of PRIM&R’s “Science Times synthesis” brings us hope for hair loss, insight into how the brain processes words, and a glimpse at the increasing power of artificial intelligence (AI). What does it all mean? As always, we invite you to read and comment on your favorite stories.
February 22, 2011: