The tail’s odd shape offers a rare combination of control and flexibility that could prove useful in robotics, defense systems, or biomedicine.
The findings suggest that the direction of the mental number line may have deep biological roots.
Schaal is known for her innovative research in plant sciences, in addition to her contributions to Washington University in St. Louis, the National Academy of Sciences, and PCAST.
The beetling brows and forward thrusting faces of the classical Neandertal may have evolved before other characteristic features of their skulls, according to a new report.
Dr. Ivo Dinov, Associate Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, Director of the Statistics Online Computational Resource, and a core member of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center shares his knowledge of developments in the field of Big Data and the potential implications of Big Data and analytics to national and international biological security.