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Links 1 through 10 of 79 by Charlie Schick tagged molecularist

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"Look outside of your window. Imagine taking away three-quarters of the living things you see and ask yourself if you want to live in that world."

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"Astronomy, the oldest science, is one of the few that still has ample room for citizen scientists. We can't all build particle accelerators or experiment with gene splicing, but anyone can participate here."

About Galaxy Zoo.

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"Your baby's language skills may surprise you. Before they speak—before they even crawl—infants can distinguish between two languages they've never heard before just by looking at the face of a speaker."

Interesting.

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Culturing yeast off of raisins, using the raisins as sugar source. Indeed, sima, a lightly fermented spring drink from Finland, is inoculated with packet yeast, but I think originally was inoculated with the raisins that are part of the recipe.

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Excellent overview of all the ways we use microbes (useful bugs!) in the production of food. I learned that cacao is fermented and a new term SCOBY, "symbiotic colonies of bacteria and yeast". A bit cooler than "cooperatives" (my use) or "consortia" (science term).

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"The researchers found 14 that did the trick, but one molecule—named RNPA1000—was especially effective against S. aureus. RNPA1000 killed cells from all 12 major strains of methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA)."

Biochemistry and molecular biology informing anti-bacterial targets. Quite cool.

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Cool. I'm starting to find these databases of enzymatic pathways - pick a molecule, find a pathway. Yet, all of these could use a better UI. Networks of stuff always seem better in multi-dimensional graphical interfaces you can manipulate. Just saying.

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"A row has broken out in France over whether 15- and 16-year-olds should be allowed to create transgenic Escherichia coli bacteria in the classroom."

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