https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZcJ5phd1T4&feature=youtu.be What comes to mind when you think about molecular biology? I think about motor proteins walking along a cell’s cytoskeleton, carrying vesicles full of cargo to the places they’re needed. I was shown an animation of this during my second year at university. It’s crazy to think that there are little proteins walking along structures […]
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Sugar, spice, and everything nice- that’s what little girls are made of. Digital hearts, AI, and non-invasive sensors- that’s what digital patients are made of.
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