Brian Miller and Eric Anderson discuss Jeremy England’s origin-of-life ideas and the RNA World hypothesis.
Hemoglobin is well known as the molecule that transfers oxygen in blood, but its precursor, heme, is lesser known.
Here in the Pacific Northwest we are heading into a possibly historic heatwave. Water is on everyone’s mind. Nature beautifully anticipated our needs.
For my part, I think it’s better to approach the data without assumptions and to let the evidence speak for itself.
“Eat me!” cries a cell to other cells. But biochemists know it is for the greater good.