The theory of evolution by natural selection was unveiled to a poorly attended and generally inattentive audience at a Linnean Society meeting.
Scientists have experimented extensively on the classic lab animal, the fruit fly, mutating its genes in every way they can.
Cells are equipped with sensors that recognize touch and respond accordingly. They can even reach out to other cells with nanoscopic tunnels and share parts.
Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?