Tag: protein folding
Can New Proteins Evolve?
What enables a long chain of linked amino acids to perform highly specific molecular functions with machine-like precision?
Jordan Peterson Discovers the God Hypothesis
It’s refreshing to see such intellectual humility from a figure with Peterson’s status. But not all his followers were thrilled.
A Tweet Representing the Core Challenge We Face
Christian Landry is the Principal Investigator of a lab at Laval University in Quebec, doing really interesting work on cellular networks.
Marcos Eberlin: Unguided Origin of Life “Sold to Us,” but Its Assumptions Are “Insane”
It’s time now to “surrender to the data,” which as he argues, points to the works of foresight and planning in the origin of the first life.
Biophysicist Ken Dill: Protein Machines Are “Real Machines. That’s Not a Metaphor”
The implication of design, while no doubt unintended, is so powerful it almost doesn’t need to be spelled out.