Tag Archive | evolutionary biology
Evolutionary biologists and physicians speak different languages, but Robert Perlman’s new book, “Evolution & Medicine” bridges the two worlds.
An interview with Professor Neil Shubin on how UChicago’s new affiliation with the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass. will benefit biological research at both institutions.
D-Rose’s knee, preening birds, neurosurgery and more in this week’s LabBook.
Primate brains, moonlighting rodents and more in this week’s LabBook.
We like to believe stories that makes sense, but evolutionary biologist Nate Upham asked whether the common belief that small rodents avoid moonlight is really true.
Genetic history lessons, a rockstar biologist and more in this week’s roundup of University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences research news.
University of Chicago evolutionary biologist, Neil Shubin, PhD, just published his new book, “The Universe Within: Discovering the Common History of Rocks, Planets, and People,” a follow up to his 2008 best-seller, “Your Inner Fish.” Where “Your Inner Fish” goes back millions of years to look at the evolutionary links between human anatomy and other […]
Welcome to LabBook, our weekly roundup of University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences research news from around campus and the world wide web. Each Friday, LabBook will recap the week on the blog, link to news stories about our faculty and studies, and briefly summarize a handful of recent publications by our researchers. THIS […]