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 articles 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
My latest article on Medium: How does the single-celled organism, Tetrahymena, manage to have 7 different sexes and tell them ...Continue reading
if you’ve ever seen a Star Trek episode, as soon as you see one of these, you’ll know that it’s ...Continue reading
Evolution is rarely straightforward and the selection for symbiotic plastids is a big part of the reason why plants and ...Continue reading
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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Rich Sobel writes about fascinating creatures and biological issues that affect our lives.
"What attracted me to Rich is that he writes so eloquently about matters I would normally struggle with. I have to be honest, my biology classes at school, dissecting frogs, put me off the subject for life. Rich has succeeded in turning me back on to the subject. He makes the unfathomable totally understandable and highly readable. Top man."
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Thanks for teaching me lots of stuff I didn't realize I didn't know about!"
I only did biology up to grade 10 in high school, and never studied it further. So I find your articles and links quite fascinating!"