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Fish diet to avoid fights

...r Geoff Jones decided to try to fatten up some of the subordinate gobies to see what happened. To their surprise, the gobies simply refused the extra tidbits they were offered, apparently preferring to remain small and avoid fights, over having a feast. The discovery challenges the traditional scientific...

Is Your Dog a Canine-stein or a Bonehead?

...ines are honored with 'valedogtorian.' After completion of the Canine Aptitude Test, each pet owner is provided not only their pet's ranking, but also tidbits about their dog's preoccupied thoughts, human career option and famous personality equivalent. "Our Canine Aptitude Test is one of countless example...
Tidbits in Biological News

Caltech researchers get first look at how groups of cells coordinate their movements

...ore complex and powerful way. Before, you could say, 'It's broken.' Now, we can say how it is broken." The findings turned up some other surprising tidbits about fruit-fly embryology, as well. For instance, while scientists had known that the cells in the mesoderm tended to divide twice during gastrulatio...
Tidbits in Biological Technology

Onfolio unlocks web research

...a recent convert to Microsoft OneNote, I questioned the need for another program, no matter how well integrated or elegantly designed, to organize the tidbits of information that flow through a typical workday. After using both over a few days, I recognize distinct differences. OneNote is great for collectin...

Tech Digest: what's moving in the Midwest

... Premiering this week, WTN's Tech Digest compiles new acquisitions, product announcements, purchases and other tidbits you might be interested to know about. Online careers site moves into Montana Merge eFilm provides imaging solutions to 32 new medical custom...

Security concerns grow with mobile tech devices

...g a cell phone may not be a big deal, but losing a smart phone, some of which might contain sensitive documents, can be a very big deal. A few more tidbits to consider: The United States Commerce Department has reported that it lost 1,138 laptops since 2001, and 249 contained personal information. ...
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