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Pumpkin DNA, biology of beer: Graduate students make science accessible - Princeton University

Princeton University

Pumpkin DNA, biology of beer: Graduate students make science accessible
Princeton University
The Graduate Molecular Biology Outreach Program is dedicated to fostering enthusiasm for scientific inquiry and increasing scientific literacy in the Greater Princeton community. The group, made up of graduate students in the Department of Molecular ...


Matthew Broderick is a bumbling biology professor helping a Hasidic widower in To Dust trailer - EW.com

EW.com

Matthew Broderick is a bumbling biology professor helping a Hasidic widower in To Dust trailer
EW.com
What happens when a Hasidic cantor and a biology professor walk into a graveyard? It's not a punchline, but rather the premise of Matthew Broderick's latest film, To Dust. The trailer, shared exclusively with EW above, follows Shmuel (Géza Röhrig), the ...


Engineering Biology, For Real? - Science Magazine (blog)

Engineering Biology, For Real?
Science Magazine (blog)
Any article titled “How to Engineer Biology” is going to get a look from me – and when I'm referenced in the opening paragraphs, especially so. This is a piece by Vijay Pande in Scientific American, and I get called out for my naming of the “Andy Grove ...


Designing the Future of Synthetic Biology - ScienceBlogs (blog)

Designing the Future of Synthetic Biology
ScienceBlogs (blog)
I'm a little late in posting about the recent work of Tuur Van Balen, a Belgian designer who uses art and design to explore the boundaries between people and technology. His work has explored synthetic biology and biotechnology for years, and I first ...


How to Engineer Biology - Scientific American (blog)

Scientific American (blog)

How to Engineer Biology
Scientific American (blog)
Because biology is the result of evolution and not human development, bringing engineering principles to it is guaranteed to fail. Or so goes the argument behind the “Grove fallacy,” first invoked by drug industry observer Derek Lowe in a critique of ...


Hacked Heating Instruments for the DIY Biology Lab - Hackaday

Hackaday

Hacked Heating Instruments for the DIY Biology Lab
Hackaday
The action at the molecular biology bench boils down to a few simple tasks: suck stuff, spit stuff, cool stuff, and heat stuff. Pipettes take care of the sucking and spitting, while ice buckets and refrigerators do the cooling. The heating, however ...


Challenges to globalizing genetic predictions of health and disease ... - BMC Blogs Network (blog)

BMC Blogs Network (blog)

Challenges to globalizing genetic predictions of health and disease ...
BMC Blogs Network (blog)
Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have given us unprecedented insight into heritable traits and diseases. However, because the vast majority of studies ...

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VSU Biology Students Explore Biodiversity at Grand Bay - ValdostaToday.com

ValdostaToday.com

VSU Biology Students Explore Biodiversity at Grand Bay
ValdostaToday.com
VALDOSTA – Who says biology has to be boring? Valdosta State University students from Biology 1010: Evolution and the Diversity of Life, taught by Dr. Leslie Jones, saw their education come to life during a trip to Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area on ...


Movie Night With the Biology Club on Nov. 15 - University of Arkansas Newswire

Movie Night With the Biology Club on Nov. 15
University of Arkansas Newswire
Students are invited to join the Biology Club in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery from 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, to watch Jurassic Park, a thriller movie with great scientific parallels to modern technology. Jurassic Park is a movie about the ...


How the constant flow of data is revolutionising biology - The Independent

The Independent

How the constant flow of data is revolutionising biology
The Independent
She is, in her own words, an “old-school biologist”, brought up on the skills of pipettes and Petri dishes and protective goggles, the science of experiments with glassware on benches – what's known as “wet lab” work. “I knew what a gene looked like on ...


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