Friday, May 29, 2015

In the News: Birds and the Bees (and the Butterflies)

Fig.1. A staff member at the American Museum of Natural History’s Butterfly Conservatory can identify the animal in this picture in 139 different languages (Credit: Puparrazi via Flickr, 2009)

For this week's Follow Friday, learn about ongoing studies that highlight SciColl's four research initiatives, including protecting bee colonies, analyzing bird beaks, saving dental plaque, and more:

  • Canada’s first “plaque bank” provides a unique take on sampling microbiomes, as well as a new way to detect diseases:“Diagnosing Disease Through Dental Plaque,” Medical Design Technology (16 April 2015)


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