Yes, science has always been portrayed by enthusiasts in various guises. Here’s is a video from the 1970’s with the evidence!
The participants are truly a joy to watch (from the perspective of someone who remembers the 70’s well) with their dance and narrative interpretation of protein synthesis in the ribosome. As one person commenting on the original release said: “I never knew there existed for a moment an intersection of biochem, dance, film, poetry, music, performance art, and education. Gotta bring it back in updated form”.
After watching – I’m sure you’ll agree (pay particular attention to the music!).
The flow cytometer that we have all grown to know and love may have only come into its own in the 1990’s, but who would have known that the first cell sorter was invented as early as the 1950’s? With the recent death of one of the key developers of fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS), […]
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