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Meet Dr. Barbara McClintock

On May 21, 1971 . . .  . . 
Dr. Barbara McClintock was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Nixon, becoming the first woman to do so

May The Fourth Be With You

MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU 

Whether you fight storm troopers with light sabers or viruses with antibodies, the pursuit for good is there. May the force be with you.

Happy Birthday Dr. Ramon y Cajal

On May 1, 1852 . . .  . . 
Dr. Santiago Ramon y Cajal was born in Spain. Cajal, a bit of a renaissance man, is known for his work as a histologist, pathologist, neuroscientist, Nobel laureate and artist. His life's work has ultimately earnedfalse

Dr. Robert Koch

On April 10, 1882 . . .  . . 
Dr. Robert Koch published an article entitled   Die Aetiolgie der Tuberculose
(The Etiology of Tuberculosis) in which he annouced his discovery of the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis - Mycobacteriumfalse

Experimental Biology 2017

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Happy Birthday Alexander Crum Brown!

On March 26, 1838 . . .  . . 
Alexander Crum Brown was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. 
 
Considered by his peers as somewhat of a Renaissance Man, Dr. Brown was well educated in many disciplines. However, his research and career revolvedfalse

Happy Pi Day!

Pi (π) is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Pi is a constant number, meaning that for all circles of any size, it will be the same.