Category Archives: Stem Cells

Dark DNA, Part II

If you are just now reading this post I suggest skipping back to the preceding one to get a better understanding of “dark DNA”. This is a very busy picture, I know, but let’s take it one step at a time, … Continue reading

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“Dark DNA”?

https://sciencr.com/introducing-dark-dna-the-phenomenon-that-could-change-how-we-think-about-evolution/ I found this article on Facebook and responded directly to the author about it. Here is my post: “Dark, hard to find GC rich DNA? Could this be due to a technology issue because of the way DNA is … Continue reading

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How Scientific Culture Discourages New Ideas

How Scientific Culture Discourages New Ideas Would you like to be part of new and exciting biological research effort that could break DNA research wide open?  You can, with only a minimal effort on your part. You can do this … Continue reading

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Would You Like to Help With This Research?

I have decided to set up a Patreon account to help fund this research at a university yet to be named.  Here is the first goal I wrote down at the Patreon site: This money will be used like a … Continue reading

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Growing Human Tissue on Demand is Now Possible.

Ohio State University researchers at the Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio have collaborated with 26 other researchers from such fields as engineering, science, and medicine to create a fingernail sized chip that can be placed on the skin to … Continue reading

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Would you like to learn more?

Howdy, folks! I have been receiving a number of comments from people who say they are struggling with the blog concepts. As a teacher, I find this a little frustrating because I have no idea what concepts are causing issues … Continue reading

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Salk Scientists See 3D Structure of DNA

When I was a very young man (pre-college I believe) I wrote a letter to Jonas Salk about a way to combat cancer using immunotherapy. He actually wrote me back and asked if I was working in the field! Amazing, … Continue reading

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