The A﹠P Professor Science & Education Updates - Issue #217





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Kevin Patton
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Life Science
Unravelling the mystery of autobrewery syndrome - BBC Future
Here’s How the Brain Works When We Choose to Help Someone in Danger - Neuroscience News
Bubonic plague left lingering scars on the human genome
Some People Who Appear to Be in a Coma May Actually Be Conscious - Scientific American
Nose Picking Could Increase Risk for Alzheimer’s and Dementia - Neuroscience News
Disinfecting the air with far-ultraviolet light
Preparing the world for the next pandemic
Teaching & Learning
Forgetting is natural, but learning how to learn can slow it down -- ScienceDaily
Students say microcredentials help them stand out in the workforce - eCampus News
TAPP News & Notes
Micro-Credentials & Gamification in the A&P Course | Brown & Black Skin | Refresher Tests | TAPP 87
Education for A&P Professors | Professional Development in Higher Ed
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