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Acontece sempre. Seja na sala de aula, ensinando racismo e desigualdade, seja nos textos sobre feminismo e privilégio. Depois de uma longa exposição de um problema complexo, alguém sempre pergunta: "Tá, ok. Entendi. Mas e agora? O que fazemos? Qual é a solução?" Muitas pessoas sentem a me...

oh-soufflegirl's notes on Genes (it includes Mitosis, Meiosis, and the Cell Life Cycle).

The toppling of our top thinkers and a projection of the future

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How to Heal from Feeling Rejected By a Loved One

Reader Question:  How do I deal with rejection?  I have a daughter who no longer wants to have any connection with me.  Was it my fault? I’m so sorry this happened to you. I don’t have a child, but I can only imagine how the hurt feels multiplied when there’s both a biological and emotional link.  Even so, I’m not a stranger to rejection. I’ve faced major rejection several times in my life and each time, I felt like my world was torn apart. So let’s begin by acknowledging that rejection…

As always, Vsauce3 answers this burning question in a very entertaining and yet, scientifically accurate manner.

Not that I often find classes boring, but still.

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College Major Stereotypes:

Why are the biology students always portrayed as strange? | College major stereotypes (click for the rest)

See No Color, by Shannon Gibney (released Nov 1, 2015). Alex has always identified herself as a baseball player, the daughter of a winning coach, but when she realizes that is not enough she begins to come to terms with her adoption and her race.

A cold night's silent majesty hides a BITTER secret… Though she is deeply loved by her parents, the fact that Lydia Brand is adopted has always made her different from her close-knit Amish community. But as Christmas approaches and she begins to search for answers about her biological parents, more questions surface.

I am a complete and total science nerd, no questions asked. I am currently a biology pre-med major. My favorite science is chemistry and I am always telling chemistry jokes.