Tag: UC San Diego
Long Story Short: The Origin of Replication and the Information Sequence Problem
As an undergraduate at UC San Diego, I attended a seminar taught by Stanley Miller, the famous chemist who put origin-of-life research on the map.
Keating, Krauss, Tour: Three Jewish Scientists with Remarkably Different Perspectives
Here is a fascinating and very different pair of scientific, religious, and philosophical conversations, both with UC San Diego physicist Brian Keating.
Noncoding RNA Research Gaining Ground Over “Junk” Label
Perhaps it won’t be long before everyone, critics included, looks at the “junk DNA” concept in the rear-view mirror.
Origin of the First Self-Replicating Molecules
For some theorists, the origin of life is defined as the natural origin of a self-replicating system capable of undergoing Darwinian evolution.
Yes, a “Host of Machines” Are at Work in the Cell
Here are more cellular machines to dazzle us with their moving parts and functions.