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A new synthetic molecule may solve a paradox about life's origin - New Scientist


New Scientist
... made lots of progress towards creating self-replicating molecules in the lab. However, their efforts have been thwarted by an apparent paradox. Now Philipp Holliger and his colleagues at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK say ...

The 'Jane Goodall of Botany' visits The AM Show. - Newshub


Newshub
She's often referred to as the "Jane Goodall of botany". Hope Jahren is an American Geochemist and Geobiologist best known for her book Lab Girl. She's in the country for the Auckland Writers' Festival, but on Thursday she joined Duncan Garner on The ...

Aetna accuses Bay Area Regional Medical Center of taking kickbacks - KPRC Click2Houston


KPRC Click2Houston
No, Aetna did not name BARMC as a defendant in its lawsuit. But the insurance giant claims the Webster hospital agreed to kickbacks for letting a Houston based lab, ESA Toxicology, use its name in billing. Aetna is suing ESA Toxicology, along with ...

Chisholm Lab

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Overview of research on myosin and actin, the role of calmodulin, the dynein-dynactin interaction. Includes PDF downloads of publications, and details of Cytoskeleton Journal Club, at the Northwestern University Medical School Chicago, IL.

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