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Bone Marrow Transplants: The Search for a Match

Bone Marrow Transplants: The Search for a Match

A friend of mine recently presented me with a question to use as a place to begin research for this paper. She had been studying blood types in one of her classes, and after asking about my family’s blood types, she inquired, “If you and your brother have different blood types, how could you give him bone marrow?”

Biodiversity - Week 9

These pages are being generated as part of a senior seminar course directed by Neal Williams at Bryn Mawr College during fall semester, 2007. This week's topic is "Extinction Debt and Extinction Cascades"

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Soldiers in the Evolutionary War

Soldiers in the Evolutionary War



...and all the people that you made in your image

see them fighting in the street

'cause they can't make opinions meet

about God...”

~ Dear God, XTC


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The Brain and the Unconscious

The Unconscious: A Neurobiologist's View

Paul Grobstein
30 October 2007
for Story Telling as Inquiry

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At what scale

Life, as we have been studying it, starts off with small single celled organisms and gradually includes more and more multicellular ones. The introduction of these larger organisms has not by any means replaced the single celled one on this planet. This impels one to consider whether there is any difference in the actual cells found in either group that could account for this. If all things are made up of the same building blocks, and we are all composed of cells, does that mean that they are all the same cells?

Biodiversity - Week 8

These pages are being generated as part of a senior seminar course directed by Neal Williams at Bryn Mawr College during fall semester, 2007. This week's topic is "Biodiversity and Stability"

Reading to be discussed:

  • Ruivjen, van J., Berendse, F. (2007) Contrasting effects of diversity on the temporal stability of plant populations. Oikos 116: 1323-1330.

Continuing Conversation: Introductory Science Education

Introductory Science Education:

The Conversation Continues ...

 

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Learning and the Brain: Workshop Introduction

Brain and Education


IMSA sponsored workshop

20 October 2007
Introduction - Paul Grobstein

 

Biodiversity - Week 6

These pages are being generated as part of a senior seminar course directed by Neal Williams at Bryn Mawr College during fall semester, 2007. This week's topic is "Biodiversity hotspots and conservation"

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