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A discussion on how the coronavirus infiltrates our cells to establish infections
Read More Knock-Knock, it’s CoV-2
Philosophical digressions aside, bandying off-handed statements as an excuse to overlook safety concerns with reckless abandon is something I’ve found troublingly commonplace across many student communities.
Read More One day all men must die
“But in calling Moriarty a criminal you are uttering libel in the eyes of the law—and there lie the glory and the wonder of it! The greatest schemer of all time, the organizer of every devilry, the controlling brain of the underworld, a brain which might have made or marred the destiny of nations—that’s the […]
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What happens when irrepressible curiosity meets intractable limitations?
Read More Labs On Palms: The Story Of Microfluidics
As per the history of science, innovations.
Ever felt the power of knowing that a hundred thousand lives depended on your mere whim? That you could condemn literal masses to their death by one act of appalling stupidity? Or that you could get to play a pretty helpless version of God day in day out?
Read More Mini-Me: Snippets From Cell Culture
Imagine this – you’re a researcher looking desperately for a protein within a cell. Your job is to track it, see how it moves around within the cell, observe its interactions, or more importantly, figure out whether the cell you’re looking at even has it!
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