Ralph Seelke: Remembering a Treasured Colleague
I first met you at a conference where you presented a paper on your experiment in long-term-evolution, or LTE.
Manipulating Molecules: Combining Info + Nano for Better Medicine
“Oscar Wilde said nature imitates art,” Meyer said. And today we’re going to see that “technology is able to imitate and even in some ways, improve on nature.”
Junk No Longer: ERVs Are “Integral” and “Important Components” of Immune Responses
It’s another example of a paper that sounds like it could have been written by a proponent of intelligent design.
Cells Use Loop Extrusion to Keep DNA Optimized
A paper illustrates the action of DNA loop extrusion processes, which serve multiple functions to maintain the genome, with an interesting graphic: gears.
Can’t Anybody Here Make Distinctions?
Professor Lenski revisits a series of experiments on the bacteriophage lambda begun by his lab around 2012.