I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
Somehow, G. sulfurreducens “know” how to assemble molecules in their pili in an exact sequential and functional order.
UVA, as one of America’s top public universities, can help set the trend for free speech.
Due to the tradition of professional scientific writing, major developments in scientific literature often arrive muffled in language so bland or technical as to be totally missed by a general reader.
Perhaps confidence in science can, at times, undermine science itself. How much real history has evolutionary storytelling obscured?