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Highlights from Menswear day at London Fashion Week 2010, featuring exclusive interviews, backstage coverage and catwalk shows from MAN, E. Tautz, James Long and an interview with Martine Rose, Designer with MAN. For more on London Fashion Week visit *******voicesoffashion******/
3 Dec 2010
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Exclusive highlights from menswear day at London Fashion Week from Mercedes-Benz featuring designs from E. Tautz and an interview with Patrick Grant. For more on London Fashion Week A/W 11 visit *******www.facebook****/mercedesfashion
24 Feb 2011
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READ DESCRIPTION: Please watch the video in its entirety- I know it starts off slow and technical. I discuss the actual, oft unmentioned reason every scientist accepts evolution. Ignorance is no longer an excuse. Special thanks to Greenman3610 for providing the audio track in the background. If you're remotely interested in global warming, subscribing to him is not an option, its a requirement. -The C14 tree/etc example is just to show the strengths of independent methods. Embryology video: ***********/watch?v=LnTGYdasDu0 Transitional Fossils: ***********/watch?v=XUcB_HiCKnM Sources: Gilbert, S. F. (1997) Developmental Biology. Fifth edition. Sinauer Associates. Carroll, R. L. (1988) Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution. New York, W. H. Freeman and Co. Futuyma, D. (1998) Evolutionary Biology. Third edition. Sunderland, Mass., Sinauer Associates. Gould, S. J. (1990) "An earful of jaw." Natural History 3: 12-23. Kardong, K. V. (2002) Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Function, Evolution. Third ed. New York: McGraw Hill. Rubin, G. M. et al. (2000) "Comparative Genomics of the Eukaryotes." Science 287: 2204-2218. [PubMed] Schmid, K. J., and Tautz, D. (1997) "A screen for fast evolving genes from Drosophila." Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 94: 9746-9750. *******www.pnas****/cgi/content/full/94/18/9746 Sereno, P. C. (1999) "The Evolution of Dinosaurs." Science 284: 2137-2147. [PubMed] Smit, A. F. A. (1996) "The origin of interspersed repeats in the human genome." Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 6: 743-748. [PubMed] Thornhill, R. H., and Ussery, D. W. (2000) "A classification of possible routes of Darwinian evolution." Journal of Theoretical Biology 203: 111-116. [PubMed] Voet, D., and Voet, J. (1995) Biochemistry. New York, John Wiley and Sons. Williams, G. C. (1992) Natural Selection: Domains, Levels, and Challenges. New York, Oxford University Press. Scarpulla, R. C., and Nye, S. H. (1986) "Functional expression of rat cytochrome c in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae." Proc Natl Acad Sci 83: 6352-6. [PubMed] Shimamura, M., et al. (1997) "Molecular evidence from retroposons that whales form a clade within even-toed ungulates." Nature 388: 666. [PubMed] Smit, A. F. A. (1996) "The origin of interspersed repeats in the human genome." Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 6: 743-748. [PubMed] Stewart, C. B. and Disotell, T. R. (1998) "Primate evolution - in and out of Africa." Current Biology 8: R582-588. [PubMed] Svensson, A. C., N. Setterblad, et al. (1995) "Primate DRB genes from the DR3 and DR8 haplotypes contain ERV9 LTR elements at identical positions." Immunogenetics 41: 74. [PubMed] Sverdlov, E. D. (2000) "Retroviruses and primate evolution." BioEssays 22: 161-171. [PubMed]
26 Feb 2010
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*******www.gievesandhawkes****/shop/ A small selection of UK and International press and buyers were invited to join Gieves & Hawkes for a catwalk show previewing our Autumn Winter 2010 menswear collection for the very first time. The show was part of London Fashion Week ‘Mensday’, which is only in it’s second year, and was an opportunity for Gieves & Hawkes to join up with two other great brands on Savile Row; E.Tautz and Hardy Amies to show the world exactly why Savile Row it is the best place in the world for men’s tailoring.
18 Mar 2010
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