Viruses have long been an enigma to microbiologists.
His position is that physicians must abandon their own moral sensibilities once they don the doctor’s coat.
Some people keep pretending that we don’t know when human life begins.
A reader’s metaphor may clarify attitudes that underlie a range of views touching on human dignity and human exceptionalism.
A recent study investigated microRNAs in Saccharina japonica and compared them to previously investigated microRNAs, including in a different brown algae species.
There’s a lot more going on in those sequences of nucleotides than we could have imagined.
Dr. Nelson will ask why a bacterial cell subjected to sterilizing sonication — or death by sound — will never come back to life. Ever.
In Zombie Science, coming in April, biologist Jonathan Wells updates his 2000 book Icons of Evolution by documenting and deconstructing six all-new icons.
Futuristic medicine is here. A paralyzed man was able to move his own arm using electrodes implanted in his brain and arm.
Darwinian theory attributes the most wonderful creativity to the power of random mutations (sifted by natural selection).