Monthly Archives: July 2016

What is Killing Scientific Discovery?

Here is a link to a very interesting blog article that I think puts a lot of what I have been saying into much greater clarity and perspective: http://www.vox.com/2016/7/14/12016710/science-challeges-research-funding-peer-review-process

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If someone is going to fix your car engine, shouldn’t they know how it’s put together?

Why do I keep boring everybody by droning on incessantly about our chromosome structure? Well, if someone is going to fix your car engine, shouldn’t they first know how it’s actually put together? Would you go to a mechanic that starts … Continue reading

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How does a cell become a baby?

Ok, a little bait and switch but not too much. What I am talking about here is something a “wee bit” more abstruse so don’t go all clicky on me and leave. Give me a chance to explain. The cute kittens can wait. It’s tough … Continue reading

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