A colleague (thanks Emily) just sent me this video of the master of French Cooking demonstrating, well the chemical soup that started life? It is classic Julia Child. Who'd a thunk, getting a chef to do science.
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The elusive malaria vaccine : miracle or mirage? / Irwin W.
Passions for nature : nineteenth-century America's aesthetics of alienation / Rochelle L.
Moths of Western North America / Jerry A. Powell, Paul A.
Seasons of life : the biological rhythms that enable living things to thrive and survive / Russell G.
SciFinder is a research discovery tool that allows college students and faculty to access a wide diversity of research from many scientific disciplines, including biomedical sciences, chemistry, engineering, materials science, agricultural science, and more!
Follow along and explore the Nutrition of Plant Compounds in SciFinder:
Applied statistical genetics with R : for population-based association studies / Andrea S.
The encyclopedia of global warming science and technology / Bruce E.
I blogged on these more than a year ago, but thought it time to revisit these outstanding resources.
|Encyclopedia of Life is a wiki-styled web site, where individuals can add content and images to the information, with the goal to have every species on Earth listed. The site has grown and is a useful site for information and images.||
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