Science Writers Need Science History …science writers need to recall some history. […] In other words, scientists already knew fifty years ago that some segments of DNA that did not encode proteins were useful.
[But be sure to check out SciPhu’s counterpoint for this specific instance.]
Marketing Science in the Public Square Just this week, the Washington Post’s Monday science “page” was reduced to a 1/2-page feature article, plus a 1/2-page ad. This science feature article will appear only every second week.
mRNA, miRNA, siRNA, tRNA, rRNA! Just what do all these RNAs do? Most biology graduates will have heard a good deal about mRNAs, tRNAs and rRNAs since these are vital players in protein synthesis. For siRNAs there has been a lot of focus within drug discovery and biomedical research over the last decade, but there […]
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