Nightwork: A Novel by Nora Roberts

Nightwork A Novel by Nora Roberts

When he was nine, and his mother had her first deadly dance with cancer, he became a thief. At the time, he didn’t see it as a choice, an adventure, a thrill—though he would consider his career all of those things in later years. Young Harry Booth equated stealing with surviving. They had to eat […]

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The Office BFFs: Tales of The Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There

The Office BFFs Tales of The Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There

In 2003, a group of strangers had one very big thing in common: We had all just been cast on a new TV comedy pilot called The Office. After years of living as struggling artists, we were all very happy to be employed and doing what we loved. We could never have predicted the impact […]

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Don’t Let Me Fall by Kelsie Rae

Dont Let Me Fall

ASHLYN My head bobs up and down to the music on the radio while I wait for the red light to turn green and fiddle with my car’s heater. Even though it’s late in the afternoon, the temperature is dropping, and I know as soon as the sun slips beneath the horizon, it’ll get cold […]

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Essentials of Stem Cell Biology 3rd Edition

Essentials of Stem Cell Biology 3rd Edition

It is with great pleasure that I pen this foreword to the third edition of the Essentials of Stem Cell Biology. The field of stem cell biology is moving extremely rapidly as the concept and potential practical applications have entered the mainstream. Despite this worldwide intensity and diversity of endeavor, there remain a smaller number […]

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The Secret Language of Cells

The Secret Language of Cells

THE GREATEST SECRET of modern biological science, hiding in plain sight, is that all of life’s activity occurs because of conversations among cells. During infections, immune T cells tell brain cells that we should “feel sick” and lie down. Long-distance signals direct white blood cells at every step of their long journey to an infection. […]

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A Computer Scientist’s Guide to Cell Biology

A Computer Scientists Guide to Cell Biology

For the past few months, I have been spending most of my time learning about biology. This is a major departure for me, as for the previous 25 years, I’ve spent most of my time learning about programming, computer science, text processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Surprisingly, many of my long-time colleagues are doing […]

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Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology 5th Edition

Histology and Cell Biology An Introduction to Pathology 5th Edition

The fifth edition of Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology contains substantial revisions and additions. They strengthen the visual approach to learning histology within the context of cell biology and pathology introduced in the previous editions. New in the fifth edition are a number of Primers included in most chapters. Each Primer transmits […]

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Cell Biology by the Numbers

Cell Biology by the Numbers

Though Lord Kelvin was unaware of the great strides that one can make by looking at bands on gels without any recourse to numbers, his exaggerated quantitative philosophy focuses attention on the possible benefits of biological numeracy. One of the great traditions in biology’s more quantitative partner sciences, such as chemistry and physics, is the […]

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The Lives of a Cell: Notes of a Biology Watcher

The Lives of a Cell We are told that the trouble with Modern Man is that he has been trying to detach himself from nature. He sits in the topmost tiers of polymer, glass, and steel, dangling his pulsing legs, surveying at a distance the writhing life of the planet. In this scenario, Man comes […]

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Principles of Cell Biology 3rd Edition

Principles of Cell Biology 3rd Edition

As the rate of discovering facts in the sciences continues to escalate, both students and instructors must confront the age-old problem of deciding what material matters most,especially at the introductory level. In our experience, even the most enthusiastic students have great difficulty distinguishing essential facts in cell biology from more technical details. Given the heavy […]

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Molecular & Cell Biology For Dummies, 2nd Edition

Molecular Cell Biology For Dummies 2nd Edition

Molecular and cell biology isn’t just something that happens in a lab; it reaches out and touches your life in many ways, seen and unseen. Genetically modified organisms, designer cancer drugs, forensic science, and even home pregnancy tests are all applications of the science and techniques of molecular and cell biology. Gaining an understanding of […]

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Bechamp or Pasteur?: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology

ABOUT THIS BOOK Although this title is old, the two component texts having been first published in 1923 and 1942, this book has not been created by just copying the text and prettying it up for publication as an ebook and a printed book. This, and other books from dminoz.com, have been carefully edited, with […]

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