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CRISPR scissors, Cas12a, enables cutting-edge diagnostics - Science Daily


Science Daily
"We continue to be fascinated by the functions of bacterial CRISPR systems and how mechanistic understanding leads to opportunities for new technologies," said Doudna, a professor of molecular and cell biology and of chemistry and a Howard Hughes ...
Science Magazine
Tech Explorist (press release)
Phys.Org

Meet the maker: EPM talks to Professor Amin Rostami - EPM Magazine


EPM Magazine
I am also very proud of having been recognised by ISI as one of the world's most highly-cited researchers in pharmacology and toxicology. It shows that I'm working in an area that matters to people. I'm also working in an environment where I am ...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Roger Arliner Young - University News


University News
Dr. Roger Arliner Young fought hard to become the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. in Zoology. She was born in Clifton Forge, Pennsylvania in 1899, but little is known about her childhood. In 1916, Young enrolled in music at Howard University. Five ...

Howard Florey - Maker of the Miracle Mould

United States

Article by Simon Torok on Florey and his life work which transformed penicillin from an interesting discovery into a life saver.

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Sir Howard Walter Florey
Sweden

Biography presented by The Nobel Foundation.

United States

Transcript of Radio National programme exploring how penicillin found its way from mould to miracle drug.

United States

Transcript of Radio National programme looking at Florey the man and his broad ranging achievements.

Australian Nobel Laureates - Howard Walter Florey
Australia

Brief biography.

United States

Nonprofit national animal organization whose mission is to advocate for the protection of domestic and wild animals from cruelty and neglect.

Miracle Trees: Moringa oleifera
Netherlands

Provides information on this common tree that thrives in both the desert and the house and produces useful leaves, pods, seeds and flowers.

Snow Mould
Canada

Photograph of the basidiocarps of a Typhula species

Slime Mould
United States

Information on slime moulds which were originally considered to be fungi by mycologists and amoebae by zoologists, respectively classified as Myxomycota (slime fungi) or Mycetozoa (fungus animals).

United States

Plain text file at Project Gutenberg.

United States

Ph.D. program is offered with specialties in many areas of physiology. Links to program information are included.