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Teenage Boys More Vulnerable And Emotionally Engaged In Romantic Relationships

...riences have been a relatively neglected subject of study, according to the bgsu researchers. That's due to assumptions that such relationships are short-li...on belief that men routinely exert more power and influence than women, the bgsu sociologists pointed out. ‘If, in marriages, men are more powerful, t...
BGSU in Biological News

BGSU undergraduates to pilot groundbreaking genome project

...mportant skill for young scientists to learn, said bgsu project director Dr. Zhaohui Xu, an assistant prof...s an important step for science in general and for bgsu in particular, according to Dr. Paul Morris, a pro...ysis program. As one of the first participants, bgsu will help develop new models to be disseminated na...

BGSU biologist trying to crack microscopic code

...he 'words' mean, and we are starting by asking what happens when we mix the 'dialects.' "It's genetic tinker toys," and an area, he adds, in which bgsu doctoral student Kerry Brinkman is "breaking new ground." Larsen and his graduate assistants do their work with E. coli bacteria, which he calls "...

RNA project to create language for scientists worldwide

...ocus of the project will be to integrate the databases of RNA sequences and 3D structure. Leontis has experience in both areas. An affiliate of the bgsu Center for Biomolecular Sciences and the Northwest Ohio Bioinformatics Consortium, he is known internationally for his work on RNA structural bioinfor...
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