It’s about the people, not the technology.
Parallels Desktop for Mac delivers.
Ten years after Ian Wilmut announced that he had cloned the first mammal ever, where are the clones of me, you, and my dog, Brownie?
This blog is about what’s real, and what’s not, in the life sciences. It’s also about what happens when the science actually works.
I pay a visit to the program that’s asking a half-million Brits to reveal all to their government–genetically, that is.
Get it before the hackers do.
My blog about science illiteracy two days ago has fomented a mini-tempest–and some thoughts.
A widely used Web development framework is said to be riddled with security holes.
A small region of the brain called the insula may be a master regulator of actions, cravings, and emotional experiences.
The good news: America’s science literacy rate is up from a pathetic 10 percent in 1988. The bad news: it’s still only 28 percent.