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Monthly Archives: July 2011
I find myself googling on ‘target of rapamycin’ every so often, when I get bored. This is one of the likely areas we will see anti-aging drugs in the next few years. (if you want credentials I have an MS … Continue reading
We live in an age where scientists are on the cusp of human life extension (we can do it in animals today), and we have space flight, and almost anything you want to know is available on your cell phone. … Continue reading
http://www.bt.cdc.gov/socialmedia/zombies_blog.asp Useful ideas too, like for flu outbreak, so funny but also useful. Since when did the government develop a sense of humor?
Now the genome is mapped, a friend asked me, “so now we can do a lot of experiments in silica, instead of in vitro or invivo, right?”. The answer is no, because a lot of real bio chemistry is 3D … Continue reading