MadSci Search Results for Christopher Ward

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1. Cell Biology: Re: can the ingredients in deoderant cause breast cancer?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Tue Sep 26 05:32:09 2000
2. Genetics: Re: Is tongue-rolling a genetic or learned trait?, Christopher Carlson, Grad student Genetics Wed May 13 17:48:03 1998
3. Physics: Can a argon lasar and a parabolic dish propell a ship through space?, Christopher Meredith, nonaligned Thu Oct 5 20:43:55 2000
4. Physics: Re: What is the difference of boyancy between air and vacuum filled containers?, Chris Seaman, Staff, Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Alcoa Technical Center Wed Jan 2 13:06:08 2002
5. Evolution : RE: How did we get our big brains?, Brad Keele, Grad student Neuroscience Graduate Program Tue Jun 25 08:50:29 1996
6. Genetics: Re: What causes Llamas to be born with one blue eye?, Christopher Carlson, Grad student Genetics Fri May 28 17:14:53 1999
7. Genetics: Re: On average,how many mutations take place every minute?, Christopher Carlson, Senior Fellow, Dept. of Molecular Biotechnology Mon Jan 22 14:42:17 2001
8. Cell Biology: Re: What are embrionic stem cells?and whats bad about them?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Tue Oct 30 14:59:14 2001
9. Cell Biology: Re: Can stem cells harvested from primates work in humans?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Wed Dec 18 07:57:12 2002
10. Medicine: Re: What is it about female breast tissue that makes it so prone to cancer?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Thu Nov 4 18:00:03 1999
11. Zoology: Re: What are the antenna on caterpillar for?, Robert Houska, Faculty, Natural Sciences, Fullerton College Wed Jun 17 03:03:21 1998
12. Molecular Biology: Re: Can the plasmid influence itself the function of a gene?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Mon Aug 25 08:08:47 2003
13. Genetics: Re: do some people's hair(on head) grow faster than others? if so, why ?, Christopher Carlson, Grad student Genetics Thu Jun 15 01:27:33 2000
14. Physics: A very simple way to describe time travel?, Christopher, undergrad Tue Mar 27 05:23:01 2001
15. Cell Biology: Re: How are stem cells harvested and grown? How are stem cells use in the lab? , Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Fri Feb 21 11:57:42 2003
16. Chemistry: What is the function of the acid in the polymerisation of kevlar?, Christopher Edwards, undergrad Fri Sep 1 16:14:18 2000
17. Other: Re: is there a connection between the fibonacci series and the mobius strip?, John Christie, Faculty, School of Chemistry, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia Sun Mar 16 17:12:36 2003
18. Physics: Re: How did Newton discover the value of the universal gravitational constant?, Raymond Nelson, Grad student, Physics, University of New Mexico Wed Nov 11 11:08:16 1998
19. General Biology: Re: Why don't humans have spotted or striped skin color?, Christopher Carlson, Senior Fellow, Dept. of Molecular Biotechnology Thu Oct 25 13:05:46 2001
20. Genetics: Re: How common is it to have blond hair as a child and is it a dominant trait?, Christopher Carlson, Senior Fellow, Dept. of Molecular Biotechnology Wed May 21 13:26:28 2003
21. Genetics: Re: can one single individual have more than two alleles at the one time?, Christopher Carlson, Senior Fellow, Dept. of Molecular Biotechnology Thu Jan 11 23:28:01 2001
22. Genetics: Re: Can hazel and green eyes produce a child with brown eyes?, Christopher Carlson, Ph.D. Wed Sep 6 15:54:38 2000
23. Science History : Re: Where was sugar first discovered, what was its first form . , Michael Onken, WashU Thu Jun 5 13:28:09 1997
24. Cell Biology: Re: How are Embryonic stem cells harvested?, Christopher Ward, Post-doc/Fellow, Cancer Studies/gene therapy, University of Birmingham Tue May 14 06:18:34 2002
25. Computer Science: Re: Are there any risks to health associated with wireless networks?, John Moulder, Faculty, Radiation Biology, Medical College of Wisconsin Wed Sep 24 11:35:09 2003


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