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August 01, 2014

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1:45 PM | Tweet for Science!
We have written thousands of tweets about animal research since we opened our accounts a little over five years ago. Now we want you to help us spread our Twitter messages. We have created a list of short, tweet-able, facts … Continue reading →
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8:44 AM | Prepare the Best Answers to Tough Interview Questions
In today’s competitive job market, a stellar interview lends you an edge over the competition, which can make or break your chances at a new career. Business psychologist and interview expert Rob Yeung provides you with proven strategies to making your honest answers sound great and your best answer sound honest. Responding to Questions for […] The post Prepare the Best Answers to Tough Interview Questions appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.

July 31, 2014

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7:16 AM | Livestock and Food Security: How to Feed 10.6 Billion People in 2050?
We have kind of heard or read somewhere that total population on earth is expected to hit 10.6 billion by 2050? But did you know that we need to increase food production by 70% to cater to a population of 9 billion people? While animal products account for about one-third of our protein consumption globally, […] The post Livestock and Food Security: How to Feed 10.6 Billion People in 2050? appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
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6:25 AM | Sugar mimics guide embryonic stem cells toward neural fate
Kamil GodulaCreditEmbryonic stem cells can develop into virtually all kinds of cells. However, researchers still don't understand how to guide their development into the specific types of mature cells that make up the organs and other structures of living organisms. Now, researchers say that one key to guiding the differentiation process are long chains of sugars that dangle from proteins on surfaces of cells. Kamil Godula's group at the University of California, San Diego, has created […]
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