A new hypothesis explores how potassium came to be the dominant biological cation.
The cost of chaos: If we can’t control quantity, we’d better control quality
Freeness of scientific literature is undeniably a highly desirable concept, but it is accompanied by a responsibility that we have not yet structurally realized.
A radical view of organelle evolution
What were the driving factors behind organelle evolution?
That “junk” DNA … is full of information!
Understanding the nature and origin of the non-coding genome.
Getting Messages Across to Policy Makers
Strength of logic doesn’t substitute for strength in numbers, and an emotional message!
Extending Knowledge of Life on Earth and Helping Us Find it Elsewhere
Minute fossils from the depths: Deep life on Earth thrives, is fossilized, and may help us identify life elsewhere.
The “Space Bear” is Weird, but Not That Weird…
Together with many eukaryotes in which relatively large percentages of lateral gene transfer had been claimed, Tardigrades are now downgraded to normality, and here’s why…
Light Kills! But Not if You Know How to Use It…
Phototoxicity is a serious challenge for fluorescence microscopy of living cells…
Collecting Electrons from Photovoltaic Cells
Perovskite solar cells made on flexible plastic substrates are a crucial development, but how to deposit the electron collecting layer?
Transmissible Cancers – Quo Vaditis?
Cancers that kill are the paradigm that most people know, but there’s more to cancer than just that…