NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available in the Nascone-Yoder laboratory at North Carolina State University (NCSU) to study left-right asymmetric organ morphogenesis. The successful applicant will utilize both Xenopus and the emerging amphibian model, Lepidobatrachus (Budgett’s frog), to elucidate the cellular and molecular basis of gut and/or heart looping. We are seeking a self-motivated individual with […]
Science week geology sonnet number three! See previous posts for background.
A pox on all those proxies non-unique
Which make interpretation hard to do.
Magnesium to calcium we seek
Sea Temp'rature, and not pCO2.
So lithium, uranium are used
To disambiguate the Mg curve.
O. umbonatus' data's not recused,
Antarctice ice growth isotopes observe.
But whence the melting in the Miocene?
I've just returned to Fayetteville after a week spent in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Museum of Natural Sciences Research Lab. I was there working with Rowland Shelley, one of the world experts on millipedes. I made a similar trip last fall--a whirlwind of looking at as many millipede specimens as I could to get acquainted with the North American diversity. This trip was more focused, but still as intense as last fall.Despite sitting in front of a microscope for what was easily over 30 hours,
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