October 2009
M T W T F S S
 12
Posts published on this day
3
Posts published on this day
4
56
Posts published on this day
7
Posts published on this day
8
Posts published on this day
9
Posts published on this day
1011
Posts published on this day
12
Posts published on this day
13
Posts published on this day
1415
Posts published on this day
16
Posts published on this day
1718
Posts published on this day
19
Posts published on this day
20
Posts published on this day
2122
Posts published on this day
23
Posts published on this day
2425
Posts published on this day
26
Posts published on this day
27
Posts published on this day
282930
Posts published on this day
31
Posts published on this day
 

Archive: BioBlog October 2009

Crossing the great (prokaryote-eukaryote) divide

Alison Campbell Sep 01, 2015

I’ve always enjoyed Nick Lane’s writing1, so naturally an article he wrote for the ABC Science website caught my eye. Titled “Evolution of complex life on Earth, take 2?”, it discusses an organism that appears to be neither prokaryote nor eukaryote, but something in-between. There’s a great divide between the cells that fit the description of ‘prokaryote’ and those … Read More

‘a worm just crawled across my eye!’

Alison Campbell May 08, 2015

Saw the webpage headline.  First thought: ewwwwww. Second thought: ooooh, I wonder what that's all about? Answer: a little filiarid worm. FIliarid worms are roundworms (nematodes). I knew about the one that causes the disfiguring disease known as elephantiasis,... Read More

how do we assess teacher quality?

Alison Campbell Apr 25, 2015

This is a post originally writing for Talking Teaching. It's a difficult question for universities, but an important one at a time when they are increasingly under scrutiny for the quality of their educational outcomes (read: student completion &... Read More

Site Meter