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Can biology explain the “winter blues” mood disorder?

December 5, 2013
With the recent decrease in temperatures, waning daylight, and growing snow banks it’s becoming apparent that winter is coming to Minnesota. While many people look forward to the change in seasons, a portion of the population also experiences...

Science education wins, Christian creationists lose in Texas

November 23, 2013
In Texas, advocates for science education have defeated efforts by Christian creationists to smuggle into the Texas science curriculum materials that call into question the overwhelming evidence supporting biological evolution.On Friday the Texas State Board of Education voted to...

Neuroscientists discover active role of brain dendrites

October 28, 2013
On Oct. 27, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced that they have discovered that neuronal dendrites, which are branch-like projections of neurons, are not merely passive relays that send information between neurons, but are...

Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded for cell transport discovery

October 7, 2013
In Stockholm, Sweden the Nobel Prize Committee announced on Monday that three research scientists, James Rothman, Randy Schekman and Thomas Südhof, have been awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their roles in unmasking the method...

GCG Slams Business Insider Anti-Vegan Article

October 2, 2013
On National "Hug A Vegetarian Day", Business Insider published an article titled "7 Reasons Why I Refuse To Stop Eating Meat"which was filled with blatantly misleading and fabricated material. The Global Conservation Group (GCG...