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Tennessee High School Students Publish in Top Science Journal


August 27, 2013

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Two Tennessee high school students have now done what many scientists strive for: publishing their research in a top science journal.  Their research sheds new light on how mate choice is influenced by "sexual imprinting," a process whereby individuals express preference for mates with traits similar to their mothers, to their fathers, or to other adult members in their population. Full Story

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National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis

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