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  • Biology 1B - Lecture 26: Human Evolution General Biology
  • Eric Edgerton Comments Presentation by Eric Edgerton. Presented during Panel Discussion 2: How can we effectively utilize data from existing health data sources and air quality monitoring networks? How can we capitalize on future health and air data sources, such as special purpose monitoring proposals? as a part of .Designing Research to Assess Air Quality and Health Outcomes From Air Pollution Regulations, a workshop hosted by Health Effects Institute, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, and EPA's Office of Research and Development on January 7, 2013 at EPA's RTP main campus in Research Triangle Park, NC
  • IAN Seminar Series: Margaret Palmer: Successful restoration through effective targeting Margaret Palmer of Chesapeake Biological Laboratory presents "Promoting successful restoration through effective targeting and monitoring". Thelecture is part of the Integration and Application Network (IAN) seminar series, held the last Thursday of each month following the Scientific Technical ***ysis and Reporting (STAR) meeting. For this and other IAN seminars, visit:
  • Cheetah sperm filmed at Dell Cheetah Centre, South Africa Short film clip of cheetah sperm sample filmed at the Dell Cheetah Centre in Parys, South Africa. Cheetahs faced a genetic bottleneck around 10000 years ago and are genetically depauperate which makes them extremely vulnerable to disease and breeding cumbersome.
  • The price of the pouch (8 Dec 2011) UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: The price of the pouch: the evolutionary ramifications of mammalian reproductive strategies Dr Anjali Goswami (UCL Genetics, Evolution and Environment) Mammals are characterized by lengthy maternal care, and this has been linked to manifold attributes of this successful and charismatic group that includes our own species. However, living mammals display remarkable diversity in reproduction, from egg-laying monotremes, to pouch-bearing marsupials, to long-gestating placentals. The obvious differences in species numbers, geographic breadth, ecological and anatomical diversity across these three groups begs the question of how much their divergent reproductive strategies are responsible for their success, or lack thereof.