Environmental scientists warn frequently that the world is drowning in plastic. Here is some unexpected good news.
Watches are everywhere on the heath. Look up, look down, look inside; biology runs on time.
The problems range from the extreme improbabilities associated with protein assembly, to what precisely has gone missing in the nanosecond when a cell dies.
Physician Howard Glicksman explains the hugely complex blood flow systems required to keep us clear-headed and alive.
Like a skilled workman, the cell maintains “An array of tools, each one finely tuned.”