Tag: University of Minnesota
Is the End of Science Near?
A study in the premier science journal notes the long term falling off of truly original findings, as opposed to endless citations of others’ findings.
Ralph Seelke: Remembering a Treasured Colleague
I first met you at a conference where you presented a paper on your experiment in long-term-evolution, or LTE.
Lateral Line: A “Sixth Sense” for Fish (And Other Cool Tricks)
What’s remarkable is that this organ constitutes an analog-to-digital converter, as pressure waves (analog) are converted to electrical signals.
Do Invertebrates Have Feelings?
Just as vertebrates differ greatly in intelligence and sentience, invertebrates may differ greatly too.
On the “Sisyphean Evolution of Darwin’s Finches”
Scientific data are followed by the myth: “Finch beak morphology observed on the Galápagos Islands was used by Darwin to formulate his theory of evolution.”