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October 19, 2020

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Amphibians: Snakes and Toads’ Evolution and Spread

Name: Rick Shine Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): 6 Location: Macquarie University, Sydney Graduation Date: Ph.D. 1975 H index: 122. I’ve published well over a thousand peer-reviewed papers. In 2016 I won the two biggest science prizes in Australia – New South Wales Scientist of the Year, and Prime minister’s Prize for Science. Grants: around $20 million or so. Success of your lab’s

Nucleic Acid Quantification Protocols
Laboratory Techniques

The -radiation and its effects on chromosomes

Introduction and Historical perspectives Radiations have been extensively used in medical devices to look into the inner workings of the human body. Wilhelm Roentgen brought a revolution in the medical field by first developing an X-ray machine in 1895 after which, the first radiology department was set up. After the discovery of X-ray, various scientists such as Henri Becquerel, Marie,