With only a single zebrafish citation?
I think “the awesome power of yeast genetics” has officially been officially supplanted by “the awesome power of genome sequencing”
This is almost creepy: neurostimulation after spinal cord injury makes rats walk on two legs
I recommend watching one or more supplementary movies. You will need something like a VLC player if you use a newer Mac.
A promising Ebola drug:
Those who follow the news know that Zmapp has been already successfully used on human patients, too. Do you think it expedited the publication of primate data in Nature?
A must-read for everyone thinking about grad school:
My take? 1992 was a better year to get your PhD than 1999. Anyone betting that 2020 is going to revert back to the good old days?
And here is my little bit of public/social policy:
Apparently (and contrary to some bigmouths) unemployed women have fewer babies:
Would it be OK to use the genetic term "negative selection”?
I think the worst part about the mess below is that elected public officials who try to micromanage and ridicule science feel that they have the support of their electorate.
And there are quite a few of them. Science funding is not about to improve anytime soon.
By the way, even walruses know that global warming is real:
Is too much to ask that a politician be as smart as a walrus?