Monthly Archives: August 2013

Rosalind Franklin and DNA

Rosalind Franklin came from an accomplished family and decided as a young girl to become a scientist. Throughout her life, either as a student or as an accomplished and talented scientist, she adhered to a strong sense of personal morals and those traits that … Continue reading

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Sequestration and Science in the U.S.

As I mentioned in  my previous post, I’d get back and discuss my research. However, that is for another post as I relay the frustrations of many American scientists, particularly those of us dependent on US government funded grants.Sequestration is the … Continue reading

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