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Scientists have developed a new method of imaging the building blocks of life. It involves an electron microscope and a bed of nails.
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The mission of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's DNA Learning Center is to prepare students and families to thrive in the genomic age.
A team of scientists has discovered that adenine an guanine and other DNA building blocks can form in outer space and have been deposited on Earth's surface by meteorites
Picture this: You've brought your sick child to the doctor's office. After checking her pulse and blood pressure, he takes a nasal or throat swab and inserts it into a mysterious black box.
Because of the molecular complexity of the ribosome and protein synthesis, it is a challenge to imagine how translation could have evolved from a primitive RNA World.