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colleagues at the University of Toronto write in to "propose that a graduate student oath should constitute a standard requirement of life science graduate programs," and serve a purpose similar to the Hippocratic Oath recited by medical school graduates. Host -- Robert Fred...
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colleagues at the University of Toronto write in to "propose that a graduate student oath should constitute a standard requirement of life science graduate programs," and serve a purpose similar to the Hippocratic Oath recited by medical school graduates. Host -- Robert Frederick Davis and colleagues write, "The positive impact of the Hippocratic Oath has inspired other professional oaths, notably in the schools of pharmacy, dentistry, engineering, physical therapy, veterinary medicine, osteopathy, and law
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colleagues at the University <span class="highlight">of</span> Toronto write in to &quot;propose that a graduate student oath should constitute a standard requirement <span class="highlight">of</span> life science graduate programs,&quot; and serve a purpose similar to the Hippocratic Oath recited by medical school graduates. Host -- Robert Frederick Davis and colleagues write, &quot;The positive impact <span class="highlight">of</span> the Hippocratic Oath has inspired other professional oaths, notably in the schools <span class="highlight">of</span> pharmacy, dentistry, engineering, physical therapy, <span class="highlight">veterinary</span> medicine, osteopathy, and law
 Smithsonian: The Plant Press Newsletter Volume 2.1
Gaps in Education and Research”, at which she presented a lecture and contributed a poster. Visitors Lars Peter Kvist, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, Denmark; Gasteranthus (Gesneriaceae), plant extinction in Ecuador (Jan. 5-17). Greg de Nevers, Californ...
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Gaps in Education and Research”, at which she presented a lecture and contributed a poster. Visitors Lars Peter Kvist, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, Denmark; Gasteranthus (Gesneriaceae), plant extinction in Ecuador (Jan. 5-17). Greg de Nevers, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco; Flora of Mada- gascar (Feb. 2-Aug. 1). Teresa Sholars, College of the Redlands, California; Lupinus spp. (Fabaceae) (March 5-6). Sherrie McLeRoy, Historian; T. Munson collections (Vitis sp
2 0 http://botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol2no1.pdf#page=2 botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol2no1.pdf#page=2
Gaps in Education and <span class="highlight">Research</span>&rdquo;, at which she presented a lecture and contributed a poster. Visitors Lars Peter Kvist, Royal <span class="highlight">Veterinary</span> and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, Denmark; Gasteranthus (Gesneriaceae), plant extinction in Ecuador (Jan. 5-17). Greg de Nevers, California Academy <span class="highlight">of</span> Sciences, San Francisco; Flora <span class="highlight">of</span> Mada- gascar (Feb. 2-Aug. 1). Teresa Sholars, College <span class="highlight">of</span> the Redlands, California; Lupinus spp. (Fabaceae) (March 5-6). Sherrie McLeRoy, Historian; T. Munson collections (Vitis sp
 Smithsonian: The Plant Press Newsletter Volume 3.4
Page 6 By Gary A. Krupnick Current research in conservation biology within the Department is coming from an unlikely source as of lately. Paula DePriest and her graduate student Rebecca Yahr (Duke University) have been conducting research on Cladonia perforata, a federally liste...
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Page 6 By Gary A. Krupnick Current research in conservation biology within the Department is coming from an unlikely source as of lately. Paula DePriest and her graduate student Rebecca Yahr (Duke University) have been conducting research on Cladonia perforata, a federally listed endangered lichen species. Of the 962 species listed as endangered in the U.S., only two are lichens. Compared to the 565 flowering plant species, it comes as no surprise that lichens typically do not make headlines. Recently
6 0 http://botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol3no4.pdf#page=6 botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol3no4.pdf#page=6
Page 6 By Gary A. Krupnick Current <span class="highlight">research</span> in conservation biology within the Department is coming from an unlikely source as <span class="highlight">of</span> lately. Paula DePriest and her graduate student Rebecca Yahr (Duke University) have been conducting <span class="highlight">research</span> on Cladonia perforata, a federally listed endangered lichen species. <span class="highlight">Of</span> the 962 species listed as endangered in the U.S., only two are lichens. Compared to the 565 flowering plant species, it comes as no surprise that lichens typically do not make headlines. Recently