Purported examples of poor design usually represent opinions resulting from armchair critics’ limited understanding of the technical literature.
Hemoglobin is well known as the molecule that transfers oxygen in blood, but its precursor, heme, is lesser known.
In this workshop-like setting, a group of 60 biologists, engineers, medical practitioners, and researchers from related disciplines assembled for three days.
There’s no better tribute to the power of ideas than a changed mind. Erik Strandness is a physician in Spokane, WA, practicing neonatal medicine.
Biologist Ray Bohlin and physician Howard Glicksman discuss the body’s wondrous control systems for using water.