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Old 01-01-2012, 12:43 AM
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Hi guys I'm Paolo and I'm here to discuss issues about genetics
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Old 01-07-2012, 12:29 PM
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Hello All, I am from India and it's great to be a part of this community! Hoping to learn a lot over here...
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Hi i am anand trying to learn,,,, how to get a research idea in biology and methodology
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Old 01-15-2012, 09:17 PM
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Hi everyone! Welcome to the best science forum on the internet!!! Its been a while since I have posted but I took some time off research. Happy to see all my friends on here! Hope to help anyone with any problems!!
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Hey everyone,

My names Aaron and I'm from the UK. I'm currently working towards an MRes and my interests more generally are in evolutionary biology, and I work with African cichlid fish as a model organism.

My MRes involves a lot of genetics including bioinformatics, areas which I am completely new to - so any general help in this sort of area would be great.
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i am ibrahim, doing liver cancer pathology research in Dalian medical University, China
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:50 AM
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i am abdelrahman iam new here igraduated from facuality of science cairo university i have pre master in microbiology i am intersted in bacteriology i will make my master in biofuel
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hi,I'm hongmao
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Hi i am a pathologist new to molecular lab.
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This is my first entry. Does anyone else believe the current 'Electron Transport Chain' explanation is nonsense? Energy is created in mitochondria by porphyrin based molecules absorbing radiant (5J/cm/cm) light energy in mitochondrial lamellae thus creating the 'electrical excitation' (current flow) referred to by Peter Mitchell (Chemistry Nobel Winner). Western science hasn't found a logical explanation simply because they can't wrap their heads around the fact that humans and animals DO have 'auras'. Many biomedical devices (spectrophotometry, MRI, Computerised Axial Tomography, etc) CLEARLY show energy fields AND 'flashes' of quanta throughout our bodies. Our 3D spectral matrix catalyses ALL of the sub-cellular activity our researchers simply call 'unexplained phenomena'. Until the East and West MEET, the most basic of all biological questions (Where does the power for metabolism come from?) will remain unanswered and Western research remain 'restricted' and impotent.
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