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Jill “MelanieHaber” Schneider
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"There is one thing I would like to stress: When I began this research there was no assurance whatsoever that this would lead to some connection with cancer or human longevity. That's not why I started. Such is the nature of how fundamental research unfolds, and I stress the importance of the fundamentals of science." Yoshinori Ohsumi, Nobel laureate
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My department has made us have cookie cutter websites...http://www.lehigh.edu/bio/Faculty/Schneider.html
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new post on the elegant work of the Donna Maney laboratory!
Donna Maney and colleagues report that the evolution of monogamy-associated traits are linked to changes in the gene for the estrogen receptor. That in itself is remarkable, but there is another tw...
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My grandson, Max, looking like a model for the Abercrombie Kids catalog!
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point for the good guys
Group warns that such mutilation, practiced largely in Africa and Middle East, is punishable by 14 years' prison in UK
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even when studying diseases more prevalent in women, anxiety, depression, thyroid disease & m.s., they use males
As more drugs are found to be problematic for women, the National Institutes of Health is seeking inclusion of female lab animals from the earliest stages of research.
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Good for you. Your research continues to be excellent! 
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enjoy the late show getting funked up and go to sweetrelief.org 
The legendary Parliament-Funkadelic performs their 1978 hit "Flash Light." Help keyboardist Bernie Worrell with some sweet relief at http://sweetrelief.org/program/bernie-worrell-fund/.
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this new discovery could be a game changer: lymph vessels that carry immune cells to and remove debris from the brain!
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This can't be right; I had 4 publications this year, and I am just one of the worker bees.
Only a handful of researchers manage to publish one or more papers per year
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I think it's a function of what field the scientist is in: some experiments take longer than others to yield sufficient data. In the case of theorists, it may take years of tweaking numbers &/or code to get their models to resemble known values before they can consider running them for making projections.
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My last scientific conference was also an inspiring retirement party,  huge birthday blast, Belgian beer tasting (in actual Belgium!) for a great scientist and good friend, so I blogged  it!
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A clear simple explanation about why some people are always hungry by my friend and science inspiration, Mark Friedman! A MUST READ!!
Are we fat because we overeat, or do we overeat because we’re fat?
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Incredible story! This guy and the reporter who wrote the story are my new heroes!
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Everyone knew her as Nancy
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Do you realize we're floating in space?
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Susan Underhill, Betty Jo Bealowski
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Mad ninja
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