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It’s hard not to think of viruses as our enemies in some fashion. Whether it’s fictional pathogens like the one in Contagion or real ones like ebola, most of us only encounter or think about viruses when they are making us sick. And viruses do make lots of people sick, sometimes fatally, so that impression is […]
Genome Shuffle. Andy Walsh wants to know how you respond to examples of life’s boundless diversity (e.g., Oxytricha trifallax).