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Paleontologists Bring Back Brontosaurus, The MindHut: Brontosaurus lives again — in name, anyway, according to paleontologists from the U.K. and Portugal.
Rhino Poaching Grinds To A Halt Under Drones’ Watch, The Dodo: Rhino poaching in parts of South Africa has dropped to essentially nil, thanks to a combination of cheap drones and complex number-crunching.
Don't Think Cats Feel Affection? Think Again, The Dodo: “The simplest way to explain how cats form attachment ... is to assume that they are motivated by feelings of affection.”
Don’t Think Cats Feel Affection? Think Again, The Dodo: “The simplest way to explain how cats form attachment … is to assume that they are motivated by feelings of affection.”
Tracking The Elusive Northern Pine Snake, The Dodo: The rare pine snakes suffer from road kills, habitat loss and poachers, who sell the snakes as pets.
Tracking The Elusive Northern Pine Snake, The Dodo: The rare pine snakes suffer from road kills, habitat loss and poachers, who sell the snakes as pets.
Beyond 'Trophy Animals': Silent Victims Of The Poaching Epidemic, The Dodo: Poachers kill more than elephants.
Beyond ‘Trophy Animals’: Silent Victims Of The Poaching Epidemic, The Dodo: Poachers kill more than elephants.
No, Eating This Endangered Bird For Dinner Won’t Save It, The Dodo: Domestication isn’t the solution for saving rare wild species.
Great Apes Are Masters At Detecting Deception, The Dodo: Most great apes can tell when someone is trying to fake them out, primatologists discovered for the first time.
Great Apes Are Masters At Detecting Deception, The Dodo: Most great apes can tell when someone is trying to fake them out, primatologists discovered for the first time.
What Automaton Animals Can Teach Us About Mating, Evolution And Robots, The Dodo: For some biologists and robot engineers, mimicking animals can provide insight into everything from the evolution of animal backbones to more efficient machines.
Don’t Pedal Away: What To Do If A Grizzly Bear’s Chasing You Down, The Dodo: A fake viral video sparks a wilderness survival lesson.
Don’t Pedal Away: What To Do If A Grizzly Bear’s Chasing You Down, The Dodo: A fake viral video sparks a wilderness survival lesson.
Riding Along With Rescuers Taking A Puppy 900 Miles To Her Forever Home, The Dodo: Social media and puppy love fuel a cross-country drive for a rescue mutt.
Riding Along With Rescuers Taking A Puppy 900 Miles To Her Forever Home, The Dodo: Social media and puppy love fuel a cross-country drive for a rescue mutt.
Why Does My Dog Eat Poop? The Dodo: Tackling a tough question for pet owners to swallow.
Why Does My Dog Eat Poop? The Dodo: Tackling a tough question for pet owners to swallow.
Did Raju Really Weep? What Elephant Tears Tell Us About Animals In Mourning, The Dodo: Big elephants don’t exactly cry.
Did Raju Really Weep? What Elephant Tears Tell Us About Animals In Mourning, The Dodo: Big elephants don’t exactly cry.
As Compounding Law Passes, Split Views Persist, Pharmacy Practice News: Sen. Harry Reid called the bill a matter of life and death, but outside of Washington support is mixed.
As Compounding Law Passes, Split Views Persist, Pharmacy Practice News: Sen. Harry Reid called the bill a matter of life and death, but outside of Washington support is mixed.
Striving to bring cosmic harmony to the vineyard, Scienceline.org: Biodynamic farmers may be following instinct rather than data.
Making scents: The aromatic world of flowers, Scienceline.org: The miniscule molecules in plant fragrances have powerful effects.
Making scents: The aromatic world of flowers, Scienceline.org:
The miniscule molecules in plant fragrances have powerful effects.
The Sunday morning special, Scienceline.org: A cure for the painful and persistent hangover.
The Sunday morning special, Scienceline.org: A cure for the painful and persistent hangover.
Sauropods turning heads, Scienceline.org: What a new discovery can tell us about the necks of the largest dinosaurs.
Sauropods turning heads, Scienceline.org: What a new discovery can tell us about the necks of the largest dinosaurs.
Why butterflies’ spots change from season to season, Salon: A new study examines how the colorful insects escape their predators in different temperatures.
For The First Time, Chimpanzees Are Making A Fashion Statement, The Dodo: The ‘grass-in-ear behavior,’ as scientists have termed it, seems to be one of the first times that chimpanzees have created a tradition with no discernible purpose.

 

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Peer-reviewed journal articles

Jaumard NV, Bauman JA, Guarino BB, Gokhale AJ, Lipschutz DE, Weisshaar CL, Welch WC, Winkelstein BA. “ProDisc cervical arthroplasty does not alter facet joint contact pressure during lateral bending or axial torsion.” Spine, January 2013

Bauman JA, Jaumard NV, Guarino BB, Weisshaar CL, Lipschutz DE, Welch WC, Winkelstein BA. “Facet joint contact pressure is not significantly affected by ProDisc cervical disc arthroplasty in sagittal bending: a single-level cadaveric study.” The Spine Journal, September 2012

Nicholson KJ, Guarino BB, Winkelstein BA. “Transient nerve root compression load and duration differentially mediate behavioral sensitivity and associated spinal astrocyte activation and mGLuR5 expression.” Neuroscience,  February 2012

Weisshaar CL, Winer JP, Guarino BB, Janmey PA, Winkelstein BA. “The potential for salmon fibrin and thrombin to mitigate pain subsequent to cervical nerve root injury.” Biomaterials, September 2011

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