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July 2016
18: TAGC Automated Tracking for Quantitative Phenotyping Workshop: Summary and Themes (1) by Andre
March 2016
23: Initial results: new egg-laying mutants? (0) by Andre
November 2014
20: Perspectives on the interface of physics and biology (2) by Andre
13: First OpenWorm article published (0) by Andre
September 2014
30: Worm Art (1) by Andre
29: Bill Bialek on theory in the age of Big Data (1) by Andre
June 2014
25: Mapping the mind of a worm, one synapse at a time (3) by Andre
22: At the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College London (2) by Andre
February 2010
11: Does the D stand for debt? (4) by PhilipJ
January 2010
07: Molecule of the Month: 70S Ribosomes (1) by PhilipJ
02: Science resolutions for 2010 (0) by PhilipJ
December 2009
22: Analyze this (5) by PhilipJ
November 2009
06: Molecule of the Month: Designed DNA crystals (2) by PhilipJ
02: The Machinery of Life (3) by PhilipJ
October 2009
20: Molecule of the Month: Na-K Pump (1) by PhilipJ
19: Don't mind the mess (1) by PhilipJ
September 2009
28: Cell Biophysics in Current Biology (0) by Andre
26: Across the Sea in England (0) by Andre
07: David Griffiths Educates us on Physics Education (0) by Andre
05: How Blood Clots Stretch (0) by Andre
July 2009
22: Thesis Defended (9) by Andre
02: Dead tree scrolls (2) by PhilipJ
June 2009
29: Status Update (0) by Andre
06: Molecule of the Month: Vaults (0) by PhilipJ
06: Baby spider nests (5) by PhilipJ
May 2009
13: Molecule of the Month: Influenza Neuraminidase (1) by PhilipJ
April 2009
28: Obama to National Academy of Sciences: Long Term Investment in Basic Science Will Help Meet Generational Challenges (1) by Andre
15: Molecule of the Month: Oct and Sox Transcription Factors (0) by PhilipJ
14: Landau and Lifshitz (3) by Andre
02: Overheard on campus: Bad advisors? (5) by PhilipJ
01: Cargo motion through the cell--all shook up!? (0) by Andre
March 2009
27: Get to know Jorge Cham of Piled Higher and Deeper (1) by Andre
24: MIT & Lund are open (0) by PhilipJ
20: APS 2009: The Expanding Potential of Physics and Television (0) by Andre
18: Biological physics at APS 2009: How ants find food, cells lag, and bundles twist (0) by Andre
17: APS March Meeting 2009 (2) by Andre
13: Chimps plan for the future, but do people? (0) by Andre
10: Nano Nano Naaaano (1) by Andre
06: Molecule of the Month: Hydrogenase (0) by PhilipJ
02: BSM 2009, New Frontiers in Biophysics (0) by Andre
01: Biophysical Society 2009, Motility (4) by Andre
February 2009
12: Defining Science (5) by Andre
11: Molecule of the Month: Auxin and TIR1 Ubiquitin Ligase (0) by PhilipJ
10: Impact factors and Physical Review Letters (7) by PhilipJ
05: Drew Endy on group meetings (0) by PhilipJ
January 2009
23: Nature Network Pub Night: January 26th (0) by PhilipJ
21: Hot off the Press: Fluorescent timers (0) by PhilipJ
18: Semi-digital lab notebooks (0) by PhilipJ
16: Sometimes it's just beautiful (0) by Andre
12: Lou Dobbs on "Cheap Science" (10) by Andre
08: Molecule of the Month: Tobacco Mosaic Virus (0) by PhilipJ
07: Biophysical Journal moves to Cell Press (9) by PhilipJ
03: Traditional lectures don't work (3) by PhilipJ
01: Edge World Question 2009: What will change everything? (0) by PhilipJ
December 2008
19: The Most Exciting Future Biophysics Tool (3) by Andre
04: Molecule of the Month: Hsp90 (1) by PhilipJ
November 2008
27: University libraries, budgets, and open access (7) by PhilipJ
23: PZ Myers: "Science is not Important" (10) by Andre
09: Micropipettes and the shakes (8) by PhilipJ
07: Molecule of the Month: Mechanosensitive Channels (0) by PhilipJ
October 2008
10: Molecule of the Month: Poly(A) Polymerase (0) by PhilipJ
02: Cosmic Variance Donors Choose Challenge (3) by Andre
September 2008
25: One hundred words of science (4) by PhilipJ
03: Molecule of the Month: Ribonuclease A (1) by PhilipJ
August 2008
18: Ideas are in the air (1) by PhilipJ
09: Molecule of the Month: Selenocysteine Synthase (1) by PhilipJ
01: Face Recognition (0) by Andre
July 2008
01: Molecule of the Month: Dengue Virus (0) by PhilipJ
June 2008
17: Richard Dawkins was hacked [updated] (5) by PhilipJ
10: New Open Access Biophysics Journal (4) by Andre
04: Origin of Life, Now in Video Form (4) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Lactate Dehydrogenase (0) by PhilipJ
May 2008
28: The real Feynman algorithm (12) by PhilipJ
21: Homme Hellinga's Designer Enzymes (9) by Andre
11: Pangea Day! (0) by Andre
09: Science Rendezvous 2008 (0) by PhilipJ
04: We need to stop pigeon-holing science (10) by PhilipJ
04: Molecule of the Month: Prions (2) by PhilipJ
April 2008
25: New Perspective on Blood Clot Mechanics (1) by Andre
17: Identity crisis (0) by PhilipJ
06: Philosophical Saturday: George Wald (0) by PhilipJ
04: Molecule of the Month: Adrenergic receptors (0) by PhilipJ
02: Fluorescence Nanoscopy Just Keeps Getting Better (5) by Andre
March 2008
27: Hot off the Press: Single-ribosome translation (7) by PhilipJ
26: Trippy translation (0) by PhilipJ
24: Robotic Beast of Burden (0) by Andre
20: Loading issues (0) by PhilipJ
16: SciBarCamp report: Digital lab notebooks (16) by PhilipJ
16: DNA Conductivity, Finally? (0) by Andre
09: Required readings (5) by PhilipJ
01: Molecule of the Month: Cadherin (1) by PhilipJ
February 2008
24: Drew Endy on Engineering Biology (1) by Andre
21: Things that biophysicists often do that real biologists never do? (9) by PhilipJ
18: (Frequency) Double or nothing? (5) by PhilipJ
11: iMechanica Journal Club on Mechanics of Protein Structures and Materials (0) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: siRNA (3) by PhilipJ
01: Going to Biophysical Society Meeting? (2) by Andre
January 2008
28: Airplanes, conveyor belts, mythbusters (16) by PhilipJ
23: Anatomy of a seminar (2) by PhilipJ
22: André on science and blogs (2) by PhilipJ
07: Does AAP/PSP represent its member publishers? (1) by Andre
05: A New Kind of Conduction in DNA? (7) by Andre
03: Biology is harder than physics? (9) by PhilipJ
02: Edge World Question 2008: Things you have changed your mind about? (0) by PhilipJ
02: Molecule of the Month: Circadian Clock Proteins (0) by PhilipJ
December 2007
23: Happy holidays! (0) by PhilipJ
20: Hot off the Press: Omnidirectional sensing of prey in weak electric fields by fish (1) by PhilipJ
17: Use DNA Origami to cast Longwinded Spells (0) by Andre
13: Duelity (0) by PhilipJ
06: Nature to use Creative Commons License on Select Genome Papers (0) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Oxidosqualene Cyclase (0) by PhilipJ
November 2007
28: Cosmic Zoom (3) by PhilipJ
23: Philosophical Friday: Svante Arrhenius (0) by PhilipJ
21: Protein calms the waters (2) by Andre
19: Crayon Physics Deluxe (1) by Andre
14: It's like powering gym lights with treadmills... (0) by Andre
12: Scientists still can't write good (10) by PhilipJ
07: STIX Fonts (4) by PhilipJ
06: Too Simple for Chemotaxis? (2) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Multidrug Resistance Transporters (0) by PhilipJ
October 2007
25: Fanciful structures, part II (0) by PhilipJ
25: We're #1 meme (1) by PhilipJ
22: Fanciful structures (7) by PhilipJ
21: Joyent Shared Accelerated (5) by PhilipJ
20: Repoll: Windows in your office? (5) by PhilipJ
18: Avoid Boring People (2) by PhilipJ
13: Brain in a jar (0) by PhilipJ
02: Space Station Science: Play time! (2) by Andre
02: Covering cover letters (2) by PhilipJ
01: Molecule of the Month: Superoxide Dismutase (2) by PhilipJ
September 2007
27: Michaelis-Menten enzyme kinetics (3) by PhilipJ
26: MacArthur Genius Awards 2007 (2) by PhilipJ
18: Consistency (1) by PhilipJ
11: Molecule of the Month: Citrate Synthase (0) by PhilipJ
11: Life: How well do we know ourselves? (0) by PhilipJ
10: Life: What, when, how? (3) by Andre
09: Carbon makes how many bonds? (2) by PhilipJ
05: PDF organisation (19) by PhilipJ
August 2007
24: Live blogging the ACS meeting (1) by PhilipJ
23: Publication quality molecules (2) by PhilipJ
20: Aquatic animals intuit deep physics, but can they write equations? (4) by Andre
02: Molecule of the Month: Anabolic Steroids (2) by PhilipJ
01: PLoS ONE is 1 (0) by PhilipJ
01: Hot off the Press: Single-Molecule Chemistry and Biology Special Feature in PNAS (0) by PhilipJ
July 2007
20: A good reason not to be blogging (3) by PhilipJ
09: Biocurious: year two in review (1) by PhilipJ
04: Life-Science Fiction (4) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Thymine Dimers (1) by PhilipJ
June 2007
15: Ultimate Scientific Distillations: Deep insight, simple representations (7) by Andre
11: How do you make and share scientific figures? (20) by Andre
06: A breathtaking way to interact with large sets of images (0) by Andre
04: Will you ever be able to buy fitness in a bottle? (1) by Andre
04: Elsevier to leave the defence business (0) by PhilipJ
02: Veeco Bioscope II Application Note (0) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Fatty Acid Synthase (3) by PhilipJ
May 2007
31: More fundamental questions in biology (0) by PhilipJ
25: A busy week for biophysics (3) by PhilipJ
24: Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 1932-2007 (0) by PhilipJ
20: Give PLoS a Chance (2) by Andre
19: Your research isn't interesting (0) by PhilipJ
18: More on blue skies (0) by PhilipJ
18: Why isn't the sky purple? (5) by PhilipJ
15: Nature PDF oddities (4) by PhilipJ
15: Open access unnecessary for physicists? (3) by PhilipJ
13: Piled higher. and Deeper. (2) by PhilipJ
04: Two roads to open access (7) by PhilipJ
02: Molecule of the Month: Aconitase and Iron Regulatory Protein 1 (0) by PhilipJ
April 2007
27: You can call me... (10) by PhilipJ
26: Local open access talk (0) by PhilipJ
21: Can fundamental principles of biology be uncovered by nanotechnology? (2) by PhilipJ
15: Blood Clotting Explained (2) by Andre
13: Comment spam! (3) by PhilipJ
12: Are there too many scientists? (6) by PhilipJ
04: Briefly Consider the Universe (3) by Andre
04: Molecule of the Month: Clathrin (0) by PhilipJ
March 2007
25: It's (Almost) Alive! (0) by Andre
18: Inner Life of a Cell, Now with Commentary! [updated] (0) by Andre
14: Happy pi day! (0) by PhilipJ
05: SEED <3's Threadless (0) by PhilipJ
02: Molecule of the Month: Zinc fingers (1) by PhilipJ
February 2007
19: Journal publishers are pioneers of Web 2.0? (5) by PhilipJ
15: nanoNewton podcast (0) by PhilipJ
12: Open access cat (2) by PhilipJ
10: Choosing Histogram Bin Widths (9) by Andre
01: Molecule of the Month: Exosomes (1) by PhilipJ
January 2007
31: New Sites of Note (4) by Andre
30: Trying to keep closed access (0) by PhilipJ
26: Reciprocal space-cadets in Science (1) by PhilipJ
19: Fifth author, twice removed (0) by PhilipJ
18: Blood Clot Mechanics at the Molecular Level (4) by Andre
17: A bad comparison (3) by Andre
07: Boulder School Indulges its Biocuriosity [Funding Update!] (0) by Andre
04: National Geographic Top 10 Videos (0) by Andre
02: Molecule of the Month: Importins (0) by PhilipJ
December 2006
21: "I'm prepared to bet a bottle of champagne..." (0) by PhilipJ
20: PLoS ONE and FREE TO READ (1) by PhilipJ
20: Nature 2006 Gallery: A siphonophore (1) by PhilipJ
19: Richard Dawkins on Santa Claus (1) by PhilipJ
15: Double PLoS good (0) by PhilipJ
12: Biophysical Discussions 2006, Molecular Motors: Point Counterpoint (2) by Andre
10: Units are important (4) by PhilipJ
07: Philosophical Friday: Ludwig Boltzmann (1) by PhilipJ
03: Ten simple rules for selecting a [lab] (10) by PhilipJ
01: Molecule of the Month: Transposase (2) by PhilipJ
November 2006
29: Snow mounds on the wood (2) by PhilipJ
22: Bottom 10 science books (0) by PhilipJ
21: The next 50 years (0) by PhilipJ
20: Top 25 science books (6) by PhilipJ
08: V for Veritas (3) by Igor Kulic
08: Tiktaalik Roseae Pictures (0) by Andre
04: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Farms Discovery (1) by Andre
02: Molecule of the Month: Fibrin (0) by PhilipJ
01: Site Redesign (3) by Andre
October 2006
31: Quantum Hallowe'en (0) by PhilipJ
29: Frontiers in Biophysics recap (1) by PhilipJ
27: Hybrid TIRF/AFM Imaging (1) by Andre
20: The perils of research (5) by PhilipJ
15: Retro biophysics (3) by PhilipJ
12: Evidence for Supersymmetry (4) by Andre
05: Nobels '06 recap (1) by PhilipJ
03: Molecule of the Month: Cytochrome p450 (1) by PhilipJ
02: Cell Visualizations (3) by Andre
September 2006
27: Fundamental Questions in Biology: Cooperation among Microorganisms (2) by PhilipJ
21: Help save New Scientist (5) by PhilipJ
19: Science is like the real number line (15) by PhilipJ
11: Too smart to use muscles (4) by Igor Kulic
08: New BioCurious Contributor (6) by Andre
06: Summer research summary (1) by PhilipJ
03: A Unified Theory of Biology? (7) by Andre
02: Molecule of the Month: Elongation factors (0) by PhilipJ
02: A Note to Conference Organizers (1) by Andre
August 2006
26: Name that contamination! (5) by PhilipJ
22: Protein unfolding as a wormlike chain? (7) by PhilipJ
22: Networking in the Academic Job Search (4) by Andre
18: Penguin Power (2) by Andre
18: Elsevier: scientific publisher and arms trader (3) by PhilipJ
12: Hot off the Press: Single molecule DNA sequencing (2) by PhilipJ
10: EnzymeX Apple Design Award (0) by PhilipJ
09: Weston Favell, England (1) by PhilipJ
03: Hot off the Press: Lots (0) by PhilipJ
02: Molecule of the Month: AAA+ Protease (0) by PhilipJ
July 2006
30: Amateur Entomology: Insect Wing Nanostructure (31) by Andre
28: Invert vigorously, handle gently (6) by PhilipJ
27: Experimental replication (0) by PhilipJ
25: PLoS ONE too many (4) by PhilipJ
24: Let's get rid of universities... maybe (4) by PhilipJ
15: Persistence length (2) by PhilipJ
13: Visualizing The Cytoskeleton (1) by Andre
04: Wormlike chains (4) by PhilipJ
03: Molecule of the Month: Amyloid-beta precursor protein (2) by PhilipJ
June 2006
30: PLoS Genetics interviews David Botstein (1) by PhilipJ
29: Economics of Open Access Publishing (2) by Andre
26: The Brain and the Fancy (3) by PhilipJ
24: Poll: Windows in your office? (15) by PhilipJ
20: The Day I See a Leaf is a Marvel of a Day* (9) by Andre
17: BioCurious: year one in review (1) by PhilipJ
14: PLoS on the impact factor (0) by PhilipJ
12: Powers of ten (0) by PhilipJ
11: Open Peer Review at Nature (0) by Andre
09: The Ramen effect (1) by PhilipJ
05: A real pain in the USS (6) by PhilipJ
01: Molecule of the Month: Luciferase (0) by PhilipJ
01: Biology is unmathematical? (7) by PhilipJ
May 2006
31: The character of science (1) by PhilipJ
30: Gone fishin' (2) by PhilipJ
27: BioCurious as a graph [updated] (0) by PhilipJ
18: A Protein Aggregation Puzzle (3) by Andre
18: 2006 Aventis Prize winner (0) by PhilipJ
14: More Biology in Physics Today (2) by Andre
13: The problem is the ISS (0) by PhilipJ
12: Breaking lab equipment (7) by PhilipJ
10: Mac software for molecular biology (1) by PhilipJ
07: Journal headaches (3) by PhilipJ
05: Open Access Update (2) by Andre
05: ScienceBlogs: Beware the tornados (4) by PhilipJ
03: Molecule of the Month: Glucose Oxidase (8) by PhilipJ
02: OIST workshop recap: Cryo-electron imaging (2) by PhilipJ
02: Artificial Microlense Array (0) by Andre
April 2006
29: Interdiscipline [updated] (2) by Andre
27: Grad school: the t-shirt (0) by PhilipJ
25: Facts you should know (0) by PhilipJ
24: Pain In the USS (0) by PhilipJ
24: OIST workshop recap: Fluorescence and tweezers (2) by PhilipJ
17: Studying Bacteria with Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) (1) by Andre
17: Konichiwa from Okinawa (1) by PhilipJ
14: "You're not really a scientist. You're a biologist." (1) by PhilipJ
11: Literary Darwinism Redux (4) by PhilipJ
10: Googling Tiktaalik (0) by PhilipJ
10: How Science Actually Works (1) by Andre
07: The helix with 3.7 residues per turn and the pleated sheet (3) by PhilipJ
07: Tiktaalik roseae legitimizes creation science [Updated] (6) by Andre
04: Warm off the Press: How will computing change science? (1) by Andre
03: The comedy of biophysics (6) by PhilipJ
02: Molecule of the Month: Hemagglutinin (0) by PhilipJ
March 2006
29: DNA nebulae (3) by PhilipJ
28: Sodium Disposal (1) by Andre
25: Single Molecule Gene Expression Movie Update (3) by Andre
23: Peer review is not to blame (2) by PhilipJ
23: Like Molasses on an Inclined Plane (3) by Andre
19: The Butterfly (0) by PhilipJ
19: What's wrong with academic jobs? (2) by PhilipJ
18: What's New soundbites (0) by PhilipJ
17: Hot off the Press: Single molecule gene expression, twice! (0) by PhilipJ
17: Hot off the Press: More on DNA nanostructures (0) by Andre
15: Peer Review and Scientific Publishing (0) by Andre
14: AFM Imaging News (0) by Andre
13: Hot off the Press: Physical Nature of Bacterial Cytoplasms (2) by PhilipJ
13: 2006 Aventis Prize longlist (0) by PhilipJ
08: It didn't make me vomit. (1) by PhilipJ
06: Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published (0) by PhilipJ
05: Richard P. Feynman and intragenic suppression (2) by PhilipJ
03: And you thought gross anatomy was a dead science (1) by Andre
03: Molecule of the Month: Tissue Factor (0) by PhilipJ
03: Fractal bacteria (2) by PhilipJ
02: Flu season? (0) by PhilipJ
February 2006
28: Support the Public Library of Science (1) by Andre
27: Seeing little things by attaching bigger things to them (0) by Andre
26: Trash science: Lindomar replies (0) by PhilipJ
22: Protein Glimpse (0) by PhilipJ
21: DNA Lego (2) by Andre
21: Biophysical Society Meeting 2006 (2) by Andre
20: The Chrysalis (0) by PhilipJ
17: What's in a name? (1) by PhilipJ
16: Is a fraudulent paper worse than a worthless paper? (1) by PhilipJ
14: Visually displaying quantitative information [updated] (1) by PhilipJ
13: Textpattern update (1) by PhilipJ
10: Mirror mirror on the wall (2) by PhilipJ
09: The case of the plane and the conveyor belt (17) by PhilipJ
06: Call 4 Proper English (4) by PhilipJ
02: The Incredible Ribosomes (1) by Andre
02: Molecule of the Month: alpha-Amylase (1) by PhilipJ
01: How a Jelly Fish Shows us the World of the Cell (2) by Andre
January 2006
30: Quite an improvement (0) by PhilipJ
29: Literary Darwinism (2) by PhilipJ
27: Darwin's own country not convinced (0) by PhilipJ
26: Another Perspective on Effective Research (2) by Andre
25: "Just think of the blogging potential!" (6) by PhilipJ
23: Why You No Understand? (1) by Andre
20: The three-cylinders problem (9) by PhilipJ
19: Parasites and Personality (0) by Andre
18: Selections from a Local Probes Meeting (0) by Andre
17: DNA Pyramids (5) by Andre
14: Labeling lambda DNA (22) by PhilipJ
14: How do you design biology intelligently? (0) by Andre
12: A late night thought. (4) by Andre
12: The Slimmer List of Edge Dangerous Ideas (3) by Andre
11: PhD Comics Imitates Life Imitates PhD Comics (0) by Andre
10: Doing High Impact Research (4) by Andre
06: Molecules of the Press: Topoisomerases (2) by PhilipJ
06: Darwin Awards (6) by Andre
05: A Monsoon is a French Gentleman (0) by Andre
December 2005
30: Symmetry is not just for particle physicists (3) by Andre
28: He's playing [Sudoku]. (0) by PhilipJ
26: Merry Christmas! (1) by Andre
25: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star... (1) by Andre
21: Force-extension curves! (0) by PhilipJ
18: Some reasons I chose biophysics (1) by Andre
14: Micro-efficiency making micro-pipettes (2) by PhilipJ
11: I Explain Electric Eels (IEEE) (0) by Andre
10: What's New? Getting beaten up. (0) by PhilipJ
08: Molecule of the Month: ATP Synthase (0) by PhilipJ
04: David Goodsell's Paintings (0) by PhilipJ
02: Is George Dyson a Prophet or a Fool? (0) by Andre
November 2005
27: Hot off the Press: Basepair resolution of RNAp transcription (0) by PhilipJ
21: Book Meme (3) by PhilipJ
20: Hot off the Press: Fearless as a Mouse (0) by Andre
19: Numinocity (2) by Andre
18: Body Art (0) by Andre
16: Hot off the Press: Best Publication Ever (0) by Andre
15: Hot off the Press: Jump-Starting a Cellular World (0) by PhilipJ
15: Site News: Comments were broken (0) by PhilipJ
14: Leaves on the Ground (1) by Andre
10: Hot off the Press: Quantum Dot DNA Sensors (0) by PhilipJ
09: sasnaK (0) by PhilipJ
08: Molecule of the Month: Acetylcholine Receptor (0) by PhilipJ
03: The Textbook Industry (0) by PhilipJ
02: Biophysical Journal's BioFAST (0) by PhilipJ
October 2005
30: Website News: Updating Textpattern [update x4] (0) by PhilipJ
29: SciAm Observations (0) by PhilipJ
22: What's New: Judge of the jungle (1) by PhilipJ
21: Single Molecule a-Holes (0) by Andre
18: Microreview: Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (0) by Andre
17: Bioimage Talks Online (1) by Andre
11: The Onion: Intelligent Design Trial (2) by PhilipJ
11: How Science Works (0) by PhilipJ
11: The world is not magic (via Cosmic Variance) (0) by PhilipJ
10: Molecule of the Month: Designer Proteins (0) by PhilipJ
06: Hot off the Press: Bacterial cannons (0) by PhilipJ
04: I'm not a molecular biologist, but I play one on TV (0) by PhilipJ
01: Oops! (0) by PhilipJ
September 2005
22: Lurker Day: Who are our readers? (9) by PhilipJ
18: Molecule of the Month: Cholera Toxin (0) by PhilipJ
08: Stir a cup of coffee with a small enough spoon, and the coffee might just stir you!* (0) by PhilipJ
01: American Scientists (0) by PhilipJ
August 2005
31: Most science papers are probably wrong (0) by PhilipJ
26: Site News: TextDrive is moving! [updated] (0) by PhilipJ
22: Molecule of the Month: Neurotrophins (0) by PhilipJ
22: Tozier is Way out of the Mainstream [update] (2) by Andre
19: Good news, bad news, and god news what else. (5) by Andre
17: Urine Batteries! (2) by Andre
16: Is Common Sense too Uncommon in Science? (no) (0) by Andre
15: A Challenging Challenge! (0) by Andre
14: Hot off the Press: Allosteric Control through Mechanical Tension (1) by PhilipJ
12: Biocomputation at Edge (2) by Andre
08: Building an optical tweezers apparatus (0) by PhilipJ
05: Intelligent Design Update (0) by Andre
03: Intelligent Design Creationism (1) by Andre
01: What has Impact? (2) by Andre
July 2005
30: I Heart Bob Park (0) by Andre
29: Dystrophin data (0) by Andre
28: Waiting in Deutschland (4) by Andre
27: From science writing to religion and back again (0) by Andre
25: BioImage Highlights (0) by Andre
22: Hot off the Press: Optoelectronic Tweezers (2) by PhilipJ
20: Paris is a (controlled) Blast! (0) by Andre
16: Hot off the Press: Mitochondrial DNA mutations and aging in mice (0) by PhilipJ
09: Life's Chiral (2) by Andre
07: Molecule of the Month: TATA-Binding Protein (0) by PhilipJ
07: Quantum Evolution? (0) by PhilipJ
02: Science: 125 Questions (2) by PhilipJ
June 2005
30: Flashy biology (0) by PhilipJ
28: Hot off the Press: Bacterial tubulin (0) by PhilipJ
28: What's New? A new domain! (0) by PhilipJ
27: Life's Devices (via Crooked Timber) (0) by Andre
25: Hot off the Press: Chickadees Cry Fowl (0) by Andre
24: Questions for the Future (4) by Andre
23: Hot off the Press: The Birds and the Bees [updated] (0) by PhilipJ
22: Claytronics - Synthetic Publicity? (1) by Andre
21: Microreview: Single Molecule AFM - Focus on Spectrin (0) by Andre
17: Molecule of the Month: Carotenoid Oxygenase (3) by PhilipJ
14: BioCurious Random Walks: Bionanotechnology (0) by Andre
April 2005
07: BioStein II (0) by Andre
01: Biology Needs an Einstein (0) by Andre
March 2005
11: Teaching Biological Physics (as opposed to biophysics) (0) by Andre
09: Why can't scientists write good? (1) by Andre
06: BioCurious Random Walks: Past, Present, and Future of Biophysics (0) by Andre
04: The Poor Misunderstood Electric Eel (3) by Andre
02: Geomagnetism and Birds' Migration (0) by Andre
February 2005
28: What is Systems Biology? (0) by Andre