Cellulose Doesn’t Just Happen
The most abundant biopolymer on Earth requires a host of machines, genes, proteins, and accessories.
Hello, Professor Dave: James Tour’s Criticisms of OOL Research Echo Those of Other Experts
Today, I will address one of the few honest questions that Professor Dave and other critics have asked of Dr. Tour.
Uracil Discovered on Asteroid Ryugu — What Does It Mean for the Origin of Life?
These Ryugu samples appear to be our first chance to examine which organic compounds may be produced in a prebiotic setting in our solar system.
All Living Systems Must Process Energy, Store and Utilize Information, and Replicate
Louis Pasteur showed that what appeared to be life springing forth from nonliving matter was actually life emerging from exceedingly small living organisms.
High Energy: Long Story Short Addresses “Energy Harnessing” and Life’s Origin
Everyone knows that maintaining life requires energy, but most do not appreciate the intricate steps required to harness it.