Monthly Archives: November 2016

Is cell mitosis composed of smaller cell mitoses?

Ok, this is a really weird title, even for me. However, this whole blog is about how our cells and DNA were stitched together using smaller endosymbiotic cells and their DNA. If these smaller cells also had mitotic spindles, they may … Continue reading

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Here we go again, reinventing nature!

It has been known for years that bacterial flagella are propelled by electric motors. Now it seems an insect uses gears to synchronize its jumping legs. Man has been scooped again! http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/functioning-mechanical-gears-seen-in-nature-for-the-first-time  

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