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The function of fingerprints: How can we grip?

Professor Gun-Sik Park, in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Seoul National University explores the function of fingerprints from a lens of understanding the mechanism of our human ability to grip.
abstact image of a brain used to promote, nonhuman primate brain research

Fostering nonhuman primate (NHP) brain research without animal sacrifice

The MacBrain Resource Center (MBRC) at Yale University School of Medicine is positioning itself at the forefront of innovative ways to provide cost-effective means for scientists to conduct de novo nonhuman primate brain research with extant materials.
A large bowl with cat food, and two curious cats looking at it, pet food

Ensuring healthier pets through improved nutrient precision in pet foods

Improved nutrient precision in pet foods is critical to pets, people & planet; Dennis E. Jewell, PhD from Kansas State University & Matthew I. Jackson, PhD from Hill’s Pet Nutrition, explain.
Flock of wintering Barnacle Goose(branta leucopsis)in wadden Sea,East Frisia,lower saxony,Germany

Tracking animal migration with stable isotopes

Keith A. Hobson from Western University and Environment and Climate Change Canada, walks us through tracking animal migration with stable isotopes, starting with some background information.
Unusual close up of a Rothschild giraffe in mid "necking" contest, a quirk of biology - Lake Nakuru national park, Kenya. Biomanufacturing is an explanation as to why Giraffes have such long necks

Driving industrial biomanufacturing with evolution

Why do giraffes have long necks? At the University of Sheffield, Prof. Tuck Seng Wong applies Darwinian intrinsic research to the realm of industrial biomanufacturing.

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