DNA meets DNS. Informatics and Synthetic biology. Excellent talk TEDxEdmonton - @andrewhessel
Creationist Senator wants to know how to turn E. Coli into Humans.
Would you vote a person that can’t add, or read? This kind of ignorance in a politician, should be punished.
At least, it would be fun.
A seven-year-old girl has become the first child leukaemia patient to be successfully treated by doctors using a disabled form of the virus that causes Aids to reprogramme the immune system.
Scientist of the world, stop working for evil companies. Embrace open source science.
Ellen ‘t Hoen: Pool medical patents, save lives.
Very interesting talk.
Everybody should learn modern physics in highschool.
Researchers at Harvard University have made an artificial jellyfish using a sheet of silicone and rat heart cells. Read more at: http://www.nature.com/news/artificial-jellyfish-built-from-rat-cells-1.11046
Perrin Ireland likes to tell science stories, but instead of using words she uses her gift for art. Here’s some frames from her recent look at the Human Microbiome Project. The full collection is great.
Some of her previous visual science stories: James Cameron’s trip to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, and the ultrasonic courtship of mice.
Reblogged from jtotheizzoe