G.E. Brings Life to Good Things
Suppose we said that by studying a Rembrandt painting’s microstructure, we could learn ways to improve surgery or firefighting. Would you believe it?
Peering into the Chrysalis: An Interview with Dr. Richard Stringer
The transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis has been a profound mystery of nature. Using MRI for the first time on a chrysalis, however, Dr. Richard Stringer has begun to reveal the “inside story” of metamorphosis.
The Butterfly Effect, Strange Attractors and Scientific Predictability
Can the flapping of a butterfly’s wings really cause a tornado in Texas?
Animation Reveals Engineering Elegance of RNA Interference
RNA interference essentially involves a four-step pathway.
Monarch Butterfly Genome Begins to Open the Black Box
“Input caterpillar — black box — output butterfly. What happened?”