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The coronavirus is here to stay — here’s what that means

February 21, 2021


Legos, text blocks, TFs+motifs, & animations

February 14, 2021

DNA replication (addition of a single nucleotide):

Dna Replication:

Another for DNA replication:

multigif of lac repressor binding to DNA:

gif of double-helix:

multigif of Lysine 18 sits in the major groove of DNA, recognizing the DNA sequence CGG:

SK found this during our call — How to make your own DNA model using LEGO:

50-second video on organization of the genome & base pairing (by NHGRI):

6-minute video on the structure of DNA:

Misc sources:

Dismay greets end of U.S. effort to curb spread of tree-killing beetle | Science | AAAS

January 31, 2021

Freelance journalist Gabriel Popkin and host Sarah Crespi discuss what will happen to ash trees in the United States as federal regulators announce dropping quarantine measures meant to control the emerald ash borer—a devastating pest that has killed tens of millions of trees since 2002. Instead of quarantines, the government will use tiny wasps known to kill the invasive beetles in hopes of saving the ash. “}}

How COVID unlocked the power of RNA vaccines

January 21, 2021

.@ElieDolgin’s great feature on the development of new mRNA vaccines highlights how important breakthroughs in lipid nanoparticles were. Interesting that a lot of the key research appears to be funded by @Darpa.

2020 trends

December 30, 2020

The ethical questions that haunt facial-recognition research

December 3, 2020
Thought a lot of the issues discussed in this article were potentially applicable to genomics

Is facial recognition too biased to be let loose?

November 22, 2020

The ethical questions that haunt facial-recognition research

November 22, 2020

Resisting the rise of facial recognition

November 22, 2020

Why do COVID death rates seem to be falling?

November 22, 2020