So-called “fairy circles” yielded to a natural explanation, according to a research team: they are abandoned termite mounds. Now, however, another natural theory is rising.
We are nearing a half-century since Eigen wrote about this paradox, and it “still challenges theoretical biologists.”
A paper likens the proteome to a language with a “quasi-universal grammar” possessing the minimum complexity necessary to function as a cell.
Peter Clarke claims that I was “clearly fearmongering,” but then admits, “this depiction is fairly accurate.” Okay, then.
The anatomy, embryology, and evolution of the recurrent laryngeal nerve are fascinating.