Tag: Escherichia coli
Harvard Biophysicist Howard Berg, Flagellum’s Discoverer, Lives On
More than any other scientist, he brought to light the intricate biophysics occurring at the molecular scale in living organisms.
Tricks of the Cell Trade
Cell processes are quick and efficient. They can even solve geometry problems in the dark without eyes or brains.
DNA Storage Goes Biological
DNA is already known to be an ideal storage medium. Why not use cells to do the hard work?
Missing the Point: Codes Are Not Products of Physics (Updated)
Elaborate schemes to explain the origin of the genetic code from the laws of physics and chemistry miss the whole point about codes.
Whales, Bees, and Viruses: Intelligent Design from Biggest to Smallest
What’s bigger than a blue whale? Smaller than a virus? At the extremes and everywhere in between, life shows ingenious design.