Explore the fascinating world of biology with me

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I believe that everyone is curious and wants to know more about the world that surrounds and affects them.  We want to know what was that plant or animal I just saw? Why did I get sick? How come I snore? What the heck are lichens? And so much more! 

Hi, I'm Rich Sobel. In Biology4Everyone's newsletter you'll discover exotic creatures. Learn about your genes. Explore current biological issues. Nature. Conservation. Genetics. Microorganisms. Diseases. Your body. And more. 

All in simple language you can easily understand!

So come explore the magical and fascinating world of biology with me.  You'll be glad you did.


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My Latest Blog Posts

Can We Use Ancient DNA to Recover Extinct Plants and Animals?

Using DNA to recover lost traits and maybe even whole animals is not out of the question anymore. But should ...Continue reading

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My latest article in Medium. Ok, we’re talking worms here. Not the kind you think about when you hear the ...Continue reading

22 Women Geneticists Who Should be Famous!

But aren’t because they weren’t men. My latest post in Medium. In 2020, the 100th anniversary of women obtaining the ...Continue reading

When is the Last Time You Talked About Axolotls?

Learn how Axolotls got their unusual name, a bit of axolotl history and some basic axolotl biology. And how exciting ...Continue reading

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