Audrey Dussutour is speaking about the blob: Blobs on the Mind Lots of other people are speaking about the blob, too—about the blob and intelligence. The blob is also known as “slime mold.” Intelligence is known to make people curious. Lots of this talking was inspired by the work of Toshiyuki Nakagaki and his colleagues, […]
Blob on Bladder Activity
It’s a new month. This month’s Blob of the Month is Lalita Noronha-Blob, a biotechnology and advanced placement biology teacher at St. Paul’s School for Girls, and co author of “Analogs of oxybutynin. Synthesis and antimuscarinic and bladder activity of some substituted 7-amino-1-hydroxy-5-heptyn-2-ones and related compounds,” J. Med. Chem., 1991, 34 (10), pp 3065–3074.
Blob on Vent and Snout
This month’s Blob of the Month is Professor Richard W. Blob of Clemson University, author of: “Evaluation of Vent Position from Lizard Skeletons for Estimation of Snout-Vent Length and Body Mass,” R.W. Blob, Copeia, no. 3, August 3, 1998, pp. 792-801.