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Pauling, Rath, Lipoprotein(a) Paperblog Pick in Science

Pauling, Rath, and Lipoprotein(a)

[An examination of Pauling’s research on vitamin C and heart disease. Part 2 of 4.]In 1989, a young medical doctor by the name of Matthias Rath began working at the Linus Pauling... Read more

NEET Online Coaching: Clear Distance Between Your Medical Aspirations Paperblog Pick in Science

NEET Online Coaching: Clear the Distance Between You and Your Medical Aspirations

So, you have opted for the medical stream and are all gung-ho about becoming a doctor. Clearing National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the goal you are eyeing and you... Read more


  • What You Should Know About Design When Buying a Theme

    What Should Know About Design When Buying Theme

    Getting a new design for your website is both time consuming and expensive. There are many great options for free themes but too often these themes do not... Read more

    The 24 March 2017 by   Gaurav Tiwari
  • Continuing Objections to the Persian Gulf War

    Continuing Objections Persian Gulf

    Linus Pauling with the Dalai Lama at a meeting of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Santa Barbara, California, April 6, 1991.[Part 2 of 2]By spring 1991, Linus... Read more

    The 22 March 2017 by   Scarc
  • Step Acuity

    Step Acuity

    Please help me with a little science experiment. Measure your Step Acuity (SA) and report it here. Your SA is the number of steps before you hit a mark that... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Bjornostman
  • Special Feature: Lajuma Life as a Research Assistant

    Special Feature: Lajuma Life Research Assistant

    "I am a university student who went to work at PPP for a university placement. Although most students do these placements for a year, I decided to go for 5... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Iratemonkey
  • The First Gulf War: Pauling Speaks Out

    First Gulf War: Pauling Speaks

    [Part 1 of 2]Sparked by Iraqi president Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait in August 1990, and his subsequent refusal to comply with a U.S. Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Scarc
  • Productivity, Marginal Cost, and Monopoly

    Productivity, Marginal Cost, Monopoly

    In any introductory economics class, one is introduced to the concept of supply and demand. The price of a product is expressed as a function of the number of... Read more

    The 10 March 2017 by   Ccc1685
  • The Pauling Blog Turns Nine

    Pauling Blog Turns Nine

    This week marks the ninth anniversary of the founding of the Pauling Blog, a project that, as we’re fond of pointing out, was created to help publicize the... Read more

    The 08 March 2017 by   Scarc
  • Lajumas’ Super-sleuth’s First CSI

    Lajumas’ Super-sleuth’s First

    On a recent hike to service some of PPPs camera traps, two of Lajumas' assistants turned detective, when they stumbled upon what appeared to be a recently... Read more

    The 07 March 2017 by   Iratemonkey
  • Evolutionary Forecasting and the Tape Metaphor

    You may not think so (well, not you!), but evolutionary biology does make predictions. Particularly about the past, for example about the existence of moths wit... Read more

    The 05 March 2017 by   Bjornostman
  • Theory of Cortical Function

    Theory Cortical Function

    Heeger presents a simple and lucid framework for a unified theory of cortical function that he suggests should be useful for guiding both neuroscience and... Read more

    The 01 March 2017 by   Deric Bownds


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