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Facts are there to be used, not regurgitated

Nice editorial at BioEssays written by Andrew Moore, about an experimental examination at a biology class (excerpt): So the scientists, knowing the kind of minds they needed to emerge from the school system, teamed up with the school teachers to … Continue reading

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Ecological Entomology Special Issue: Insect Evolution Below the Species Level

Volume 35 Issue s1 (January 2010) — Insect Evolution Below the Species Level: Ecological Specialisation and the Origin of Species. Articles derived from the Royal Entomological Society (RES) Darwin-Wallace Celebratory meeting, 22 April 2009 Preface by Hugh Loxdale, Mike Claridge … Continue reading

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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society – Feb 2010

At the Biological Sciences journal we have the Discussion Meeting Issue ‘Darwin and the evolution of flowers’, while at the Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences is the Theme Issue ‘Multi-scale biothermal and biomechanical behaviours of biological materials’: Darwin and the … Continue reading

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