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Run for your mind

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world Scientists used to think that humans were born with a lifetime supply of brain neurons. Then, in the 90s, […]

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The tales your gum will tell…

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world Humans are master storytellers. As it turns out, science can now reveal stories we didn’t realize we were telling. […]

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Believing makes us human

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world             Believing makes us human…for better or for worse. I was reminded of this fact when I read a […]

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For Data Storage, Mother Nature Knows Best

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world             We are generating data today at an alarming pace. VCloudNews estimates that worldwide we humans create 2.5 Quintillion […]

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Great jumping snow fleas!

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world             After the snowstorm is over, and the sun comes out again, take a walk in the woods to […]

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Evolution in a flask

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world             The Rocky Mountains grow taller at about the speed of a growing fingernail. Complex animals and plants (including […]

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Do you succumb to Kindchenschema?

Bio Bites By R. Gary Raham A biologist-artist’s ruminations about our roles in a science-inspired world             Of course you do. Kindchenschema is one of those clunky German words that literally means, “baby-like features” or […]