- New Paper: Genomic Imprinting, Human Skeletal Muscle and Exercise Epigenetics
- Does maternal exercise during pregnancy alter the fetal epigenome?
- 17th Annual Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting
- From DNA to Social Minds, 30 June – 1 July 2014
- Stress, a way to make stem cells? Could be an evolutionary adaptation to harsh environments — Archaea Extremophiles
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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Measuring 3D facial morphometry of famous entertainers this Summer. Hopefully some nifty results will emerge with regards to reliable signalling theory.
Great book I picked up at the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meeting.
Richmond Nature Reserve Photographs
Frans de Waal tonight in London.
Hopefully we will see some red deer C. elaphus today.
Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) observations in Richmond Park today –I wonder if the products of sexually antagonistic coevolution will be observed. If not, we still have Clutton-Brock’s work to read or C. elaphus vids on YouTube. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v447/n7148/abs/nature05912.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Clutton-Brock
Below is an excerpt on “epigenetic mechanisms in drug addiction” from Bredy, Sun and Kobor’s (2010) review paper on the epigenome and psychological disorders: EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS INDRUG ADDICTION In recent years, Nestler and coworkers have led the field indescribing how the epigenome contributes … Continue reading