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    12 Unique Reasons a Forensic Anthropologist Demands Respect

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    Forensic anthropology is a special sub-field of physical anthropology (the study of human remains) that involves applying skeletal analysis and techniques in archaeology to solving criminal cases. Forensic anthropologists are experts in their field.  They are experts is osteology which is the study of bones.  If you’ve ever watched the TV show, Bones, you have an […]

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    What do you Know about Forensic Anthropology?

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    Do you love reading crime novels by Kathy Reichs, Patricia Cornwell or Jefferson Bass?  Do you get a high from solving puzzles?  The more intricate the more you get a buzz?  If so keep reading, this quiz is right up your alley of interest.  Forensic anthropology combines the study of anthropology that involves examining archaeological […]

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    Have Scientists Created Nanobots that Kill Cancer Cells?

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    Nanobots that kill Cancer Cells—Fact or Fiction? But scientific advances often begin in the minds of creative writers and science fiction.  The cartoon, The Jetsons predicted flat screen TV’s, the roomba vacuum and tanning beds.  Characters in the novel, Fahrenheit 451, use something called Seashell radio whose description is remarkably similar to modern ear bud headphones. Typical use […]

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    Has Audi Created a High Octane E-Fuel?

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    E-fuels…society has a number of these now in use.  Many fuels in North America contain some percentage of ethanol.  Often these e-fuels are made from crops such as corn or sugar cane thus driving up the price of those crops. Global warming, high fuel prices, and degradation of the environment due to the mining of ever […]

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    Top 3 Science Achievements of 2015 According to Science Alcove Readers

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    Some of the top science achievements of 2015 are personal to me.  My grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer in the 1940’s.  After a mastectomy she miraculously, even back then, was a cancer survivor.  Tragically, she died two decades later in a house fire.  My mother has faced cancer twice in her lifetime.  The first […]

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    Will the Amazing Bionic Spine Cure Paralysis?

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    Bionic Spine — My First Impression And it is a major scientific achievement.  But like me, when you hear the phrase you are probably thinking of a true cybernetic device.  One that would do the work of the spine itself.  When I saw the title of this article, Australia scientists develop ‘bionic spine’ which could help paralysed […]

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    Is the Amazing New Mexican Tortoise Species already Endangered?

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    New Mexican Tortoise Species I woke up this morning to see this headline in my local paper.  The article was short and sweet informing us that the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto had its hand in discovering that a northern Mexican tortoise is in fact its own species.  I found this very cool as I […]

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    What Rockin’ Science Job Best fits Your Personality?

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        Did you love science as a kid?  Do you love science even now? Your love of science can offer endless career possibilities.  Life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, medicine, ecology – there is so much to choose from depending on your particular personality quirks. The main requirement for a job in science is a love […]

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    Top 10 Scientific Discoveries of 2015

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    Scientific discoveries in 2015 are a showcase of the breadth of innovation and imagination possible of human kind.  What can be imagined can be designed it seems.  Very little appears to be beyond the ability of  humans to create although what can be created and what should be created are topics which should probably be addressed. As […]

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    Crestor and High Cholesterol

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    Crestor is my Doctor’s Drug of Choice It has been three months since I received the news that my cholesterol is high (my total cholesterol was 7 at that time).  My doctor recommended Crestor and I have taken it every night since October 2.  The Pharmacist recommended an evening dose as your body apparently manufactures cholesterol at night.  An article through […]

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    Stress and Weight Gain

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    Those darn adrenal glands.  Stress and weight gain, it is those glands we have to blame and our caveman past! From an evolutionary standpoint, their secretions of adrenaline and cortisol were vital for survival in a hostile world.  When confronted by a predator bearing down on you with a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth it was vital […]

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    Science of Weight Loss

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    Science and Weight Loss Science is all about experimentation.  Find an idea to test.  Make a hypothesis.  Develop an experiment to test that hypothesis.  Weight loss for many of us is just like a science experiment.  We research some diet plans, choose a method we think will help us lose weight and give it the […]

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