Monthly Archives: October 2010

If you can’t march, write

I’m afraid I am not going to make it to the “Science is Vital” march on Saturday, so as a penance I have done two things today – spammed all my work colleagues (again) with an email exhorting them to … Continue reading

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DNA – letters, stories, and narratives 60 years on

One of the great “behind the scenes” histories / stories / arguments / legends of 20th century science is back in the news again this week, with the publication in Nature of an article about the re-discovery of a large … Continue reading

Posted in History, The Life Scientific | 12 Comments