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Professor John Covach shares three things he's learned from teaching #MOOCs and two things he is concerned about going forward.http://bit.ly/1Rn3tV7 
Professor John Covach shares three things he's learned from teaching MOOCs and two things he is concerned about going forward.
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To celebrate, we're providing a free sample chapter on neural systems from #Neurobiology of Social Behavior. ‪#‎proseawards‬ 
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At UC San Diego, Retired Professors Are Mentoring First-Generation College Students http://bit.ly/1UVBU4g
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Author of Relationship Interference with Familias and R provide the statistical tools to tell just how you are related to your family. http://bit.ly/1UQvp2I 
Author of Relationship Interference with Familias and R provide the statistical tools to tell just how you are related to your family.
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The #Zika virus was discovered almost 70 years ago, but wasn't associated with outbreaks until 2007. So how did this formerly obscure virus wind up causing so much trouble in South America? http://bit.ly/1R1Wyk9 
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How Changing Behavior Saves Lives. http://bit.ly/1QYQkBs
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In a new study, we explain how the patterns we found in the chaos of genetic alterations inside a cancer reveal how that cancer grew.
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In a new study, we explain how the patterns we found in the chaos of genetic alterations inside a cancer reveal how that cancer grew.
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Advances in gene editing technology have spurred considerable progress towards a treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). http://bit.ly/1RfWuxm #CRISPR
Advances in gene editing technology have spurred considerable progress towards a treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
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Dr. Mark Hom discusses pulse oximetry and new technology and tools to help you monitor your oxygen uptake for health and sports performance. 
Dr. Mark Hom discusses pulse oximetry and new technology and tools to help you monitor your oxygen uptake for health and sports performance.
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If Being Too Clean Makes Us Sick, Why Isn't Getting Dirty the Solution? http://bit.ly/1UKIb2L
Getting dirty doesn’t help our immune system and generally makes inflammation worse. Much worse. That means there is something very wrong with the hygiene hypothesis.
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Zika: A Rarer Benign Virus Suddenly Turns Nasty, and Heads for the US
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Virologists have been expressing concern recently about the Zika virus' frenetic progress throughout Central America, stoking concerns about the damage the mutated virus may do in the US.
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The disciplines of Biochemistry & Biomedical Research impact the lives of millions of people every day. Research in these areas has led to practical applications in cardiology, cancer treatment, respiratory medicine, drug development, and more. Interdisciplinary fields of study, including neuroscience, chemical engineering, nanotechnology, and psychology come together in this research to yield significant new discoveries. Elsevier’s Biochemistry & Biomedical Research content spans a wide range of subject matter in various forms, including journals, books, eBooks, and online information services, enabling students, researchers, and clinicians to advance these fields.