A nice - if not entirely groundbreaking - method to detect enhancers acting in specific sub-tissues.
That’s one case where small size and fast development of the zebrafish embryos is not much of an advantage...
The headline on CNN made me wonder- maybe that bone had some sort of informative wear-and-tear? A peculiar shape?
Nope. It had DNA.
Low and behold, Nature did a much better job keeping the language scientific - but even they could not resist using the word “trysts”…
A rather brilliant piece on “networking”, with a good bit of irony intended.
Can’t think of anything to add to it.
A question every undergrad should be asking: what are my tuition dollars paying for?
Prestige? “Network”? A beautiful campus, a dorm with a view and an fancy gym? A shot at a Med School (realistic or remote)? What if the answer was “education”- would you then see as many adjunct faculty teaching you?
Guys: when somebody calls you “lame” they really mean “evolutionarily advanced”
They’re just not smart enough to know it. And please be kind when you watch your favorite “football" team. Remember, these are the fellas who could not grasp the meaning of the compound word foot-ball - so they grasped the ball instead.
Have a good weekend everyone.