This Sunday, February 12, is Darwin Day—an occasion to recognize the scientific contributions of 19th-century naturalist Charles Darwin. In this video (originally posted on Darwin Day 2016), our own evolutionary geneticist, Dan Janes, answers questions about Darwin and the role of evolution in health and biomedicine.
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3 Replies to “On this Darwin Day, Evolutionary Geneticist Dr. Dan Janes Discusses the Scientific Contributions of Charles Darwin”
Evolutionary fact of human existence is still treated as a basics of Darwin’s theory,with the time discoveries in life explain the future of universe and portrait the human figure more civic and advance.
Beautiful display of ER and microtubules. I have always been fascinated to learn the role of ER in multiple cellular functions. BUT after seeing these pictures, I feel that “Sky is the limit”! Wonderful
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