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Grieving mother refiles wrongful death lawsuit against Norfolk police

NORFOLK—More than four years after her son was killed by a speeding police officer, Carolyn McBride is trying once again to get justice with an appeal to the Virginia Supreme Court. On Monday, McBride's attorney, Carl La Mondue, filed a petition to ...

 

Study suggests how mosquitoes evolved an attraction to human scent

In 2009, Carolyn McBride, who was a postdoc in Vosshall's laboratory at the time, and her co-investigators travelled to Rabai to see if these two groups still existed. The team used turkey basters to collect larvae from tree holes in the forest and ...

 

A pregnant mare and fetus, fossilized

Carolyn McBride, an evolutionary neurobiologist at Princeton University, and her colleagues compared the two subspecies, finding that human-biting “domestics” have distinct versions of a gene called Or4 and make a lot more of this odor-sensing protein ...

 

Why Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Love Humans - Thank Genetics

The yellow fever mosquito sustains its taste for human blood thanks to a genetic tweak that makes it more sensitive to human odor, according to a paper in Nature. They have a version of an odor-detecting gene in its antennae that is highly attuned to ...

 

Developing a Taste for Human Blood

Carolyn McBride, an evolutionary biologist at Princeton who led the research, said that to study the insects' evolution, her team conducted an elaborate experiment using domestic mosquitoes and a wild species still found in sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Why Do Mosquitoes Have A Taste For Human Blood?

Ancestors of the yellow fever mosquito were more likely to target furry forest-dwelling creatures, Carolyn McBride, an assistant professor in Princeton University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute ...

 

Saint Arnold, Hay Merchant and Pastry War Collaborate on a Special Edition of ...

"This'll be the only time you see me behind a cocktail bar for the rest of my life," quips Kevin Floyd, as he sets up the cooler and taps for the event starting at the Pastry War in a few minutes: A tapping of Saint Arnold's 20th Anniversary Ale aged ...

 

Board approves 20 appointments to Princeton faculty

Carolyn McBride, in ecology and evolutionary biology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, joined the faculty this fall from Rockefeller University, where she had been a postdoc since 2008. A graduate of Williams College, she received her Ph.D ...

 

Picking up on the smell of evolution

Scaptomyza flava female on a leaf of Arabidopsis thaliana, a popular model organism in plant biology. Credit: Noah Whiteman. UA researchers have discovered some of the changes in genes, physiology and behavior that enable a species to drastically ...

 

Genetic tweak gave yellow fever mosquitoes a nose for human odor

Date: November 12, 2014; Source: Princeton University; Summary: One of the world's deadliest mosquitoes sustains its taste for human blood thanks in part to a genetic tweak that makes it more sensitive to human odor, according to new research. Share:.

 

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