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Multiple sensory cues draw mosquitoes to hosts

By Leslie Churchphys.org

 

Female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which spread yellow fever, feed on warm blood in the presence of carbon dioxide. Mutantmosquitoes engineered to be unable to detect carbon dioxide were not as attracted to the blood feeder, suggesting that mosquitoes use a combination of sensory cues — CO2, heat and odor — to detect a host. Credit: Conor McMeniman

A Big List of 875 Free Courses From Top Universities: 27,000 Hours of Audio/Video Lectures

 

In recent months, we’ve enhanced what’s now a list of 875  Free Online Courses from top universities. Here’s the lowdown: Our big list of free courses lets you download audio & video lectures from schools like Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, Harvard and UC Berkeley. Generally, the courses can be accessed via YouTube, iTunes or university web sites.

Free online university courses

Many online courses are available for free by Universities across the world.  Some of these universities are so called "red-brick universities".



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A Message From the GBS Alumni Association President - Silver Jubilee Dinner, 8 October 2010

GBS Alumni Association Silver Jubilee Dinner

7 November 2010

The above dinner held on 8th. October 2010 at the Tropicana Golf and Country Club was a resounding success.  So said many of the alumni who attended this dinner.  About 180 alumni, family members and friends who came,  had a jolly good time, rekindling old friendships or just savouring the pleasure of meeting old friends and for some,  making new ones. 

Re-birth of the Persatuan Bekas Pelajar-Pelajar Sekolah Menengah Gajah Berang Melaka

 

26 January 1985

A group of ex-students of the Sekolah Menengah Gajah Berang Melaka met on a Saturday afternoon at 2-30 pm on the 26th. January,1985 at the PJ Hilton to resurrect the school's old boys association in Melaka which had been de-registered.

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