From back when I was a sophomore taking biochemistry, one particular event stands out in my memory, perhaps because it was such an odd thing.
Leading lights in origin-of-life research share their work and thoughts in a series of open-access articles about chemical evolution.
About the movement of organelles: There are molecular motor proteins that haul them around!
Previously relegated to servant tasks under the master DNA molecules, ribonucleic acids continue to surprise scientists.
Orphan genes — genes that are present in only one species, or a group of closely related species — are of particular interest to advocates of intelligent design.