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Erin Kelly talks about her Dad on ESPN - she's great, emotional interview to watch.

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Conditional deletion of Dicer using TAM/CreERT2 in adult mice to study metabolic disease and obesity. Pretty cool.
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Thanks +Laura Beth  I have been trying to learn about RNA interference....the field has advanced so much since my days in biochem classes--very interesting!

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I can't quite wrap my head (wink) around this
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Lol! Maybe...seems unbelievable but somewhat legit based in the anatomical description of the situation this headless dude found himself in.

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Well said " you can lose everything in life, but good moments,you take them with you.
(Actually that's all you take) 

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Unhealthy Glow: Fluorescent Tadpoles Expose Chemical Contamination - "To turn this science into a toxicology test, Demeneix combined a marker—a gene for a jellyfish protein that fluoresces green—with a #DNA sequence that turns on the green fluorescent protein in the presence of thyroid hormones."
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This gene (EphB2) regulates intestinal cell homeostasis and has tumor suppressive function in colon cancer.  What's it doing regulating plumage in pigeons? I have some ideas...
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have got to keep the science fans wanting more! haha
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This happened today. My Uncle saw this snake eating a toad on my Mom's front porch. My husband sat out there taking photos and video. We knew the snake had bitten off more than he could chew ;). The toad was breathing and moving his feet every now and then. Eventually the snake tired and the toad must've gave a big kick and he jumped out of the snake. He was ok and hopped away!! ...and everyone said the toad was a goner when I said let's get him out!!! Pretty damn cool and gross. Happy Mother's Day Mom. Haha +Joe P
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Thx 4 following me too, +Laura Beth ...!
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Some of the most interesting research findings involve cross-disciplinary collaborations. In this case, research on human embryonic stem cells meets materials science and nanotechnology ... Nano Patterns in Plastic Help Stem Cells Become Bone Cells | #Science #Business http://sciencebusiness.technewslit.com/?p=12883 #ScienceBusiness
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A Milky Way Shadow at Loch Ard Gorge

Have you ever seen the Milky Way's glow create shadows? To do so, conditions need to be just right. First and foremost, the sky must be relatively clear of clouds so that the long band of the Milky Way's central disk can be seen. The surroundings must be very near to completely dark, with no bright artificial lights visible anywhere. Next, the +Moon cannot be anywhere above the horizon, or its glow will dominate the landscape. Last, the shadows can best be caught on long camera exposures. In this picture taken in Port Campbell National Park, Victoria, Australia, seven 15-second images of the ground and de-rotated sky were digitally added to bring up the needed light and detail. In the foreground lies Loch Ard Gorge, named after a ship that tragically ran aground in 1878. The two rocks pictured are the remnants of a collapsed arch and are named Tom and Eva after the only two people who survived that Loch Ard ship wreck. A close inspection of the water just before the rocks will show reflections and shadows in light thrown by our +Milky Way Galaxy.

Source: http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2013/01/a-milky-way-shadow-at-loch-ard-gorge.html
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o my god. that is beatiful 
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